Let’s go around the circle and say a little something about ourselves…


I’m a content developer by day and a dark fiction writer by night (or early morning, whatever). I’ve worked various jobs and held various titles, but it’s the fiction writing I love and am likely to babble about here.

I am child-free by choice (CFBC) and of mixed race, topics that I am also likely to touch on from time to time.

The travel bug has bitten me, but like many working people on a limited budget, I don’t do it often enough. Sometimes when I travel, I write about it; sometimes I don’t.

I currently live in the greater Seattle area with my husband (Joe) and my two cats (Salem and Persephone).

I’m always looking for writing work, and opportunities to advance my career, so if you’re looking for a writer, check out my Writer for Hire page.

My short story collection, 13 Morbid Tales is available now.

10 thoughts on “About

  1. How to describe the most amazing person I know. Well here are a couple of adjectives that come to mind.Sweet, smart, caring, kind, funny, (a bit) wicked. 😉 Brilliant, lovely, talented Amazing… Okay I’ll stop there before I make you cry again. 😉

  2. Sorry to comment this here, but I couldn’t find any other contact form to easily say this.

    I found this blog post:
    while looking for pictures of incisions from salpingectomies (surprisingly hard to find?).

    I just wanted to say, that I’m in PA, and my doctors, and everyone in the network, has been really supportive of the idea of me getting one (it’s scheduled for late April, but we’ll see if that happens with covid-19). I just thought it might make you happy to hear of it maybe getting better out here too. I tried for years much like you, but I’m only 26 and I actually found my doctor, who is 100% down to do the procedure, when I was 25.

    So things seem to be better than you experienced.

    Thank you so much for sharing your experience and your photos. I really appreciate it.

    • I’m so glad I could be of help to you and really happy things seem to be changing. Thank you so much for sharing this with me. You’ve made my day.

      Best of luck on your procedure and stay safe during this COVID-19 pandemic. Hugs and love to you! ❤

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