I wrote my autobiography which is better than fiction because I was driven to get it out and tell the world. "April was here" is shocking, moving and unforgettable.
I found that my imagination and love of a good book made me need to continue writing so I wrote an action adventure novel "It doesn't get dark until midnight." A story of a young woman that must survive the Alaskan wilderness and become a heroine. This book has all of my loves in it, horses, the wild, a strong cast of characters and all things green and lush, (I hate cement.)
When done I wrote another genre I love, psychological thrillers. "ENTER (at your own risk)" is set in the Seattle area and leads the reader into the mind of a serial killer from the beginnings of his rampage to the best ending ever. I have these three books published but I have since written three more books that are awating publishing. My books grab you, hold you riveted and leave you wanting more. I also painted the pictures that grace the covers of my books.
I am embarrassed to admit that I only completed the eighth grade, so I taught myself to write as well as paint. Life leads us in many directions we have no control over, so here I am. Living in the mountains of Colorado above Denver writing stories that people love to get lost in and never forget.