In 2012 MORE Magazine published on their website an article that I wrote, ultimately finding thousands of women (and men) all over the world. It was my personal experience with my choice to go grey at the age of 42.
Shortly after, I wrote a weekly blog for the better part of three years called I Dare Say. It was a collection of articles and thoughts intended to empower and inspire women and girls to strive for authenticity and acceptance. On the heels of ending my blog, I published a fictional story that had been churning in my head for quite sometime. While lovely and simple in ways, it also delves deeper into the same themes that I discussed in my blog.
In 2017 I morphed Meredith's story into a screenplay with Dr. John McHale from Illinois State University. We were pleased to learn that Larkspur Bungalow was named a finalist in the Oregon International Film Festival in October. Stay tuned...
In 2015 I published Larkspur Bungalow! The fictional romantic thriller weaves a complex series of events from the Pacific Northwest to the magical Bay Area.
As a prior resident of Portland, Oregon and Marin County, I included my favorite local haunts with a fictional story of love and loss. Layered with the fear of international terror on American soil, our beloved main character navigates her way with the grace and drive that will inspire the reader to applaud her journey while falling in love with her strength of character.
Larkspur Bungalow is available online at Amazon, iBooks, and Barnes and Noble. Signed copies are also available directly through me. Just click over to the contact section and shoot me a note. If you buy it and like it, do a girl a favor and leave a review on the purchasing site, as well as Goodreads!
If you are interested in a book signing in your area, please send me an email. You can also inquire with your local bookstore or favorite gift shop and they can contact me directly to discuss an event.