I'm an unapologetic geek/gamer girl addicted to writing. I graduated from high school when I was sixteen, hold a college degree in nothing in particular in addition to multiple certifications in various things that captured my interest at the time, am an avid knitter and love Darth Vader. I live in Oregon with my husband and a menagerie of pets.
My latest release is titled Time Heals. It's the second book in the Stranger Things series available from Mundania Press.
From the back cover:
Some things, however, are beyond help. Something is stalking all Ethereals, great and small. Beings of every race are fleeing a terror no one will acknowledge, let alone name.
At seventeen, Mistress Healer Rebecca is still learning to manage her power. She must learn to control it before it controls her.
Unless it's already too late.
When her burgeoning ability gets away from her, that which heals turns to harm and drives her loyal man-wolf bodyguard Billy straight into the arms of the unknown horror.
Unlikely new friends are her only hope to finding out what's happened, and she must enter new – and dangerous – territory in order to do it.
Who is your literary hero?
I have so many, I can't pick just one. Jacqueline Carey, Jean Auel, Sherrilyn Kenyon, Ilona Andrews, Jim Butcher, JK Rowling, Stephen King, Lilith Saintcrow...the list goes on, and they are all heroes to me in one way or another.
What's your favorite thing to do when you're not writing?
Knit. No, I'm serious. I knit like a fiend.
Describe yourself in 3 words.
Evil Gothic Goddess
What is your favorite holiday?
Christmas. Most people think it's Halloween given my nature, but no. Sithmas –er- Christmas all the way!
What are you working on now?
I'm working on a couple projects. One has a working title of The Devil's Own and is set in the Destrati/Key to Hell world. That one is a rewrite of a pet project of mine. The other is the third book in the Stranger Things series, titled Death Knell.
What do you need to set the mood for you to write?
Alone time, a cup of tea, and darkness (I'm a night person). I prefer to write with music, but it's not a necessity. Also, I'm strange in that I need to be facing west in order to write. Don't ask me why. It's always been a "thing" with me. I don't know how it started or when I noticed it, but it's always just been that way. I don't care if it's with a pad of paper and a pen, when I write, I face west.
If you could bring one of your characters to life, who would it be? And why?
I'm really torn here. I'd want Billy because he's a phenomenal bodyguard and just a delight to be around, but at the same time I'd want my beloved, dark, enigmatic and beautiful Kyle because he's ancient, powerful and knows so, so much. I'd love to be part of his existence for just five minutes of conversation.
This or That
Knives or sword? Knives. I'm a little person and can do more damage with little stabby things.
Coffee or Tea? Blasphemy. There is only tea.
Twitter or Facebook? Twitter
Actual book or eReader? Actual book
Vampires or Werewolves? Vampires (forgive me, Billy)
- ALL WOUNDS (Stranger Things Novels, #1)
Plus an ebook copy of TIME HEALS. :)
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