Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to start writing.
I have written since I was a child, but really started writing longer stories (novels) as an adult. I always have stories running around in my head!
Tell us about your books.
To date, Solstice Publishing has published two of my novels, That One Small Omission and The Phone Call. My third novel, More Than I Can Say will be published soon by Solstice. All three of my novels are contemporary love stories.
How did you go about getting published?
My novels have been published through a traditional publisher, Solstice Publishing.
What is your writing process? Do you have a time, day or place you like to write?
I tend to write late at night at home, usually in my favorite chair. On weekends, I also tend to write in the afternoons.
What do you like to do when you’re not writing? Full-time job, pets, hobbies?
When not writing, I am a public school educator. I also have a small family farm in Vermont, where we have alpacas, bees, and chickens, and we produce much of our own food.
Any advice for authors about book covers?
Trust your instincts — if you don’t absolutely love the cover, readers probably won’t notice it.
Any marketing tips you’d like to share with other authors?
Twitter and Facebook are really important, and can be used to develop a wider audience.
What’s your favorite book?
I have too many to list, but really anything by Nelson Demille or Janet Evanovich.
What are you reading now?
300 Miles by Galspy
What’s your next book project?
Currently I am writing my fourth novel, which is a sequel to More Than I Can Say, and I also am in the process of finishing a memoir.