She writes Experimental Fiction and Non-Fiction. She is also a freelance journalist, copywriter, and public speaker.
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1. At any given time do you work on only one story at a time and maybe plot out the next one or are there many ideas racing around your head?I’m always working on about 3 books at a time. Right now I’m editing one before I send it off to my editors and writing two other books simultaneously. It’s just how my brain works. If I had to focus on one project I’d probably freeze up.
2. Is there a genre you haven't written in but would like to? Or wish you could write in?
No. If I wanted to write in a genre that isn’t my typical forte I would at least give it a try. I write for the pure enjoyment of it and because of what’s in my heart. I don’t let myself become limited by industry standards or what ‘sells’. If no one ever read my books, I would still write them. I’m just lucky in that I do have loyal and awesome readers who like my books.
3. Do you add an element of romantic suspense in your stories?
In CLUSTERS: Case of the Missing, the romantic suspense is between a man and the forest and the Sheriff and an unsolved case. It’s a dance between a known and an unknown element. I can’t think of anything more romantic than that – and like some romances, you never know if it’ll have a happy or tragic ending.
4. Say you have unlimited funds: What kind of writing office/cottage would you create for yourself?
5. If you could turn your novel into a TV show, which novel or series would you do? Where would it be set? Network TV (ABC, NBC, CBS), Cable (AMC, BBC, Lifetime) or Premium Cable (HBO, Showtime, Starz)?
6. Finally, tell us about your latest release!
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Just as Michael reached for the pot of coffee, replaying that scene in his head for the thousandth time, a noise from the back room stopped him. Claire was closest to the hallway where the sound came from and she spun around quickly, drawing her gun.
Deena shot up to her feet, her eyes bright with concern. “Who’s back there?” she whispered to the officers.
The Captain shook his head. No one was back there. Michael had checked the bedrooms just an hour before, like he had done every morning, hoping to find some missing clue as to Olivia’s sudden disappearance. Claire backed up to the north side of the hallway while Sean and Craig flanked the other side, their guns drawn as well.
The noise came again, clearer this time. “Is that a dog?” Claire whispered, her eyebrows drawn together in a deep V.
Whimpers filled the home, followed by – scratching? Claire narrowed her eyes as they made their way quickly down the hallway toward Olivia’s bedroom, with Michael leading. As they entered her room it was clear where the noise came from.
“I think that’s our dog,” Deena said, wide-eyed.
The rangers all exchanged looks. The family dog had disappeared the same morning as Olivia.
Michael approached Olivia’s closet door and motioned for Craig and Sean to flank his right. He opened the door in one quick motion just as the frightened looking dog bounced out of the closet, causing Michael to stumble back at the sight inside.
Deena’s tortured scream pierced the air as she fell to the floor, crawling over to the dead body of her little girl, curled up on the closet floor.
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