I started writing as a child, comprehensive plots with impossible characters—everyone was called Kristy with an apparent happy ending always in the wings. I didn't take myself too seriously, trying every extra curricular activity my patient parents would indulge me, finally growing up and going on to study art and graphic design at university, followed by interior design and decoration.
I enjoyed many years perfecting my craft, but something was always missing, the passion we all often seek in our lives.
It was just over three years ago that I sat down, looked at the blank laptop screen, and saw the characters from my book looking back at me.
Always being a fiend for anything supernatural, it seemed almost too easy to start writing. With influences like Richelle Mead, Jennifer Rardin, and someone a little saucier like Keri Arthur, the words just seemed to take shape on the page.
Suddenly I had a manuscript. The Hunted. A good book, or so I thought.
Turns out I was right, and now, three years later I'm published, forever more my greatest achievement. Thank God for that afternoon in front of the laptop, when I looked down at the daunting keypad in front of me and thought, 'why the hell not?'.