A Washington, DC native, L.M. Stull spends her days chained to a desk at a law firm in southern Virginia.
A Washington, DC native, L.M. Stull spends her days chained to a desk at a law firm in southern Virginia. Yes, she works for lawyers... you can go ahead and feel sorry for her.
Most of her youth was spent studying classical piano and dance. And while L.M. wrote several short stories, her primary focus was on poetry. After the death of her grandfather, the words stopped flowing, and it was not until her late 20s that she rediscovered her passion for writing.
The road to publication has been a long and winding one, and ironically, her debut novel is not the first book she has written. Originally a writer of paranormal romance, L.M. quickly realized that what she truly desired to write were stories that tell of the human spirit. Sometimes sad, sometimes not - she writes stories that most can relate to on some level or another.
A Thirty-Something Girl is her debut novel.
When she's not feverishly taking orders from attorneys, you can find her pounding the pavement thinking up her next story idea... and sometimes eating cake (okay, maybe more than sometimes).