About Me


“When people say, Did you always want to be a writer?, I have to say no! I always was a writer.”

– Ursula K. Le Guin

I “published” my first story in a library essay contest at age six, but it took another twenty years before I summoned the courage to finish writing a book. Now I’m finally pursuing my lifelong ambition as a proud independent author.

Why indie? Because it affords me creative freedom to explore whatever genres or formats strike me, flexibility to pursue my full-time career outside of writing, and control of my intellectual property. But I’m as dedicated to my craft as as any traditionally published author, and I’ve even picked up a few accolades along the way, including:

When I’m not glued to a keyboard for work or writing, I love running, sports (playing, watching, and yelling at), playing music, voracious reading, and traveling all over Planet Earth. Learn more about my world and my writing–and the quirky collisions of the two–in the interviews and journal posts below.

Interviews

JK’S Journal

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