From a very young age, I knew without a doubt I was born to write. I never had dreams of becoming a singer or actress. I sat back for years, ignoring the void I had felt for not following my passion. Conflicted, I continued down my path. I met some of the most wonderful people as well as some of the most despicable. Both had inspired a different light within me.
I do believe the good guys always win, even if it is a victory of morality. Regret is created when we act knowing there were other options. Life changes by our focused perceptions. Thus after a life very lived, I released my first book, What Murphy Didn’t Know. I wrote this as if I were speaking to those I hold dearest. What would I say to comfort, inspire, and occasionally spark laughter? Beyond all words there are meanings, some people will get it, some won’t…
After I tackled my first title, I found myself wanting to help people just like me. I went through all of the questions I had throughout the process. Once I compiled a good list, I sought after questions from others. I combined the knowledge I had with the research to find answers to all of the questions. My next title was then born, Secrets To Publishing and Marketing Your Book.