Can you tell us a little bit about yourself? Sure! I live in the burbs of Boston with my husband, daughter, and one completely white cat. In the warm months of the year (does that still happen?) we make reclaimed wood furniture, enjoy fire pits, and lots of BBQ food!
What do you do when you are not writing? If it’s not fun, I don’t believe in doing it. So we play hard, swim, bowl, hang out and just have a good time. Spending time with my daughter is my favorite way to do that.
Do you have a day job as well? Day jobs are not fun, so I don’t have one. Just writing and taking care of the family. Does watching Buffy count as a day job? Probably not.
If you had to go back and do it all over, is there any aspect of your novel or getting it published that you would change? No, I can’t imagine changing everything. I think it happens the way it is meant to and has made me who I am today.
What does your family think of your writing? My husband is very supportive and reads everything I write. He is my harshest critic, and a great beta reader. My extended family are supportive from a distance. They say good job, but don’t actively support me and that’s fine. It’d be nervous if my parents read what I wrote! My dad is not a genre fan.
What is coming out next?Most likely the next book in the 15 Minutes universe. Detached. It should wrap up the trilogy nicely and give us a peek at the future. But if that future comes to pass? Who knows. We’ll have to wait and see!
Lara Crane is stuck in her mind, in an indefinite stream of timelines where her life is perfect, just the way she wants it to be. But it’s not real. It’s all made up to give those who want to use time travel for their own personal ambitions. To give time to finish their experiments and turn Lara into a deadly time travel assassin.
If Lara wants to survive and to stop them, she needs to risk her own mind and soul to get out of a prison so perfect it completes the one dream Lara has always had.
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I could write this in the third person. I could tell you what I like, where I was born, and what my favorite things are.
But instead, I’ll say I don’t want to write like everyone else. I don’t want to craft stories you’ve read a thousand times before. I want my novels to be a cinematic experience, blending themes, genres, and situations unlike any you’ve ever read.
I want to break the rules. I want you to break out in a cold sweat as you read my books out of fear, love, and excitement. I want my books to be an experience. When you finish, I want you to feel something. Good or bad.
If you do, then I’ll have succeeded. If not, I’ll keep trying.