I’m a stay-at-home mom and bookworm – born and raised in the gorgeous province of Ontario, Canada. My passions are philosophy, psychology, and history. As C.S. Lewis said, I “drive with my back to the engine.”
Though my priority is fiction, I also blog about my various Christian musings, from a progressive point of view. After finishing A White Rose, I co-wrote a fantasy novel called The Attic (click here for an excerpt), and since then have been working on a contemporary romance novel. It takes place in Bermuda (that quaint British colony island my hubby and I went to for our honeymoon, fifteen years ago), and will be available on Amazon this summer.
I recently recorded an audio version of my ghost story Garrin, complete with music and sound effects. It was produced by my husband, Robbie Ferguson, who’s the founder and host of Category5 Technology TV. One by one, we plan to do the same for each of my short stories. So if you’re on a bus or train and would like to listen to a short story rather than read – give it a try. 🙂
I’ve recently begun a new “coming of age” short story collection called The April Sherman Series, which follows the misadventures and discombobulations of a young girl growing up in a small town, fundamentalist Christian family. Regular installments.
Thanks for stopping by! 🙂