Author has written 3 stories for Life, and Romance.
Geek, guitarist, writer.
In love with nature and the Starbucks across the street from my job. It's open at 5 am, not 6 like the others, which is inconvenient when you work at 5:30 am on the weekends and are often a zombie at that hour.
I strongly identify with being a feminist. I am finding that I identify more as a lesbian post-pulse. I mean, I've dated women exclusively for many, many years, but didn't consider that aspect of myself to be as big as it is. Then, I found myself distraught at the loss of my brothers, sisters, and everyone in between who died that evening. Besides, it's interesting to think about social justice.
I completed Crossing the Line 12 days prior to me writing this message. I started to write the sequel/finale of the trilogy and nearly have the first chapter, but I also want to make sure that I treat the story with utmost care. Because of that, I'm starting from the beginning. I'm making a master document of sorts that will keep me accountable to prevent continuity errors, hopefully bring everything full circle, give Melissa some justice (I feel that I don't do her as much justice as I do the other three), and most importantly, bring it all up to the level that my last couple of chapters have been. This project means so much to me, what with being one of my major creative outlets and a world that I have crafted over the course of the last 7 years. Unfortunately, I've been crafting it for 7 years. Hahahaha. The writing of the first chapters of Time Stopped and even Crossing the Line are missing what I've been learning while reading books about writing creatively. Because of that, I have already started editing TS and will begin posting the second version as a separate story (because I want to have both available to you guys), but don't want to do it while I'm going through and taking notes on my own bleeping stories. Hahahaha.
Anyway, thank you to everyone who reads this or my stories. I appreciate everything.