When I was a little girl, I would walk to our local library and enter a world of magic. I could be anything, do anything, go anywhere, simply by opening the pages of a book. I knew even then I wanted to be a writer. Cliché? Maybe, but you know what they say about clichés: they are overused because they are so often true.
My journey took a few turns. I worked as a journalist for almost twenty years at a daily newspaper, a job that I loved. But, with my family raised and on their own, I realized it was time to follow my dream. I’m thrilled to say I am now officially an author.
My books reflect so many things that are important to me: family, friendship. Love. At least for now, they are set in small towns very much like the one I live in. Because I am a firm believer in happily ever after, I knew I had to write romance novels, which I find empowering and uplifting. Who doesn’t love a happy ending? Loving Matt, the first book in my Sunset Bay series, is a story of healing, hope and second chances.
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