I became addicted to reading around age eight when my teacher read aloud Charlotte's Web to the class. When I was in high school I began writing my own novels.
Having lived for more than half a century, I've held many jobs. Among them: office clerk, file clerk, quarters inspector, sales clerk, benefits processor, grocery store bagger, Avon/basket/scrapbooking/jewelry lady, driver, cook, ride operator, telemarketer, publicist, teacher, web mistress, mother and Girl Scout leader. But I have to say that I am blessed --and sometimes cursed-- to have found something I love to do in writing.
Readers don't always understand that writing is something we have to do and that urge can sometimes be frustrating. In my stories I love to explore sensuality and spirituality but I never know what strange settings or characters will be involved.