I’m the author of When the Fog Cleared (Christian romance), A White Rose (Christian contemporary), and co-author of The Attic (fantasy suspense). I also write short stories in a variety of genres (fantasy, speculative, paranormal, historical, coming of age).
My latest novel, When the Fog Cleared, is available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle. It takes place in balmy Bermuda – that quaint British colony island in the North Atlantic ocean. (Hubby and I went there for our honeymoon seventeen years ago.)
As a Christian writer, I take great interest in nuance – catching it by the tail as it darts in and out between extremes. Nuance is subtle and illusive; a jewel worth finding.
“He (the devil) always sends errors into the world in pairs – pairs of opposites… He relies on your extra dislike of one to draw you gradually into the opposite one. But do not let us be fooled. We have to keep our eyes on the goal and go straight through between both errors. We have no other concern than that with either of them.” ~ C.S. Lewis
As a Christian, while I do believe in certain moral absolutes (who doesn’t?), I find nuance fascinating to explore. This means I’m too conservative to be liberal and too liberal to be conservative. Wouldn’t life be a lot more interesting if we stopped obsessing over externals and looked beneath the surface?
I’m drawn to the mysterious, speculative, legendary, and fantastical; especially in historical settings. I enjoy spooky, magical, thought-provoking stories and folklore.
Thus, I’ve made a shift in writing aspirations and am currently working on a novella (a project I’ve been daydreaming about for two years and have finally embarked upon!). 😀 While my previous novels were Christian fiction, with the exception of The Attic (low fantasy), this one is Youth Fiction and in the fantasy and historical genre.
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!).
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!