I enjoy spooky, magical, thought-provoking stories and folklore.
Thus, I’ve made a shift in writing aspirations, completely changed my genre (formerly Christian fiction), and am currently working on a fantasy novel for middle graders – a project I’ve been daydreaming about for two years and have finally embarked upon. 😀
It takes place in Ontario, Canada, late 1800s, and features British Home Children and the French-Canadian legend of the Loup-garou (a.k.a werewolf!).
I’ve also begun a mini-series called Canadian Folklore & Ghost Stories which features re-tellings of legends from across the provinces. To augment the series for non-readers, my husband and I produce YouTube video versions of these same tales.
I write other short stories as well, in a variety of genres (fantasy, speculative, paranormal, historical, sci-fi, and fables).
I’m the author of When the Fog Cleared (Christian romance), A White Rose (Christian contemporary), and co-author of The Attic (fantasy suspense).
My latest completed novel, When the Fog Cleared, is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. It’s a romance that takes place in balmy Bermuda – that quaint British colony island in the North Atlantic ocean. (Hubby and I went there for our honeymoon eighteen years ago.)
I take great interest in nuance – seeking the overlooked aspect, the subtle, interesting angle – and catching it by the tail as it darts in and out between the obvious or the extreme. In other words, I like to catch nuance. Nuance is subtle and illusive; a jewel worth finding.
Hopefully you’ll enjoy one or more of my stories, and if you do, I’d sure love to hear from you! 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!