I was born in Raleigh, NC in a little house near town and I always wore cowboy boots. My mother knew I needed to be with animals on a farm so we moved to a small farm of thiry acres in Concord, NC when I was two; shortly after we gained another family member-my pony-and named him Fabu (short for Fabulous). My next-door neighbors had a major impact on my life. Their names were Mandy an Leah. We could not be separated. Anytime we were together-which was often-we were playing cowboys and indians on our horses or swimming in the creek. I became very attatched to faries and unicorns at a young age and would tell all my friends fariy stories which they believed. My room aquired fairy painting and horses-my heart's desires. My little brother, Bowen, has been a big inspiration. He is an archer and I am writing a book in which he plays a key part. My mother is literally a "professional" clown and my father is an engineer and, as you can probably tell, they have major impact on my writing career: Mom gives me ideas and Dad edits. I am a very creative thinker and with my crazy head I would love to write as many books and stories possible for all to enjoy.
And at age sixteen I do still believe in Santa Claus!