If you’ve read the bio in the back of my book, you probably already know that my mother was a history major and spent her entire childhood regaling my brother and me with tales from all around the world. She was the first person to teach me about the way people interpret the world around them and how stories are vital to us as human beings.
What my bio usually neglects to mention is that her love of literature propelled me on to create. I wrote my first novel when I was nine. It was an ephemeral moment before painting took over… but I titled it Ameria. It was a portal fantasy story (though I didn’t know that at the time) about a girl who was actually a princess and became the ruler of a new land. This has enabled me to
Since you are already here, and already reading this, know that I have a deep belief stories can teach us things faster than almost any other method of teaching. That’s why people we consider outstanding teachers in the history of the world used them.
My inspiration is… everything. From the point blades of grass that grow in my front yard to the music I hear on a shuffle radio while in my work flow. It helps that my relationship with my partner has been a literal fairytale.
… Also, I live in Mexico with my husband and teach preschool…
Writing is an adventure.