Mystery’s Mystery

Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot, Father Brown...These are not the men I’d first approach at a cocktail party. At least that’s what I used to think. And yet, I love a story that begins with chilling horror, often the loss of human life, followed by a clue chase in the morbid, tragic, or haunting variety, ending with an accusation guilt. Why? I ask myself, does this have…


The Beginning of It All

When I first began writing, everything was about extremes. I focused on making my characters as beautiful they could be, having as much fun and excitement as possible, and the bottom line was that I kept myself entertained. I wrote because I found storytelling exciting, and all of my stories had the requirement that they continuously enthrall my imagination. My first “writing” was actually illustration with a few…


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