I’ve been a fantasy, science fiction, and horror fan since elementary school. Stein, Tolkien, and Bradbury were my gateway drugs. I’ve been a voracious reader for as long as I can remember, and I always planned to write a book “someday”.
Being diagnosed with cancer in 2015 was a wake up call, and inspired me to stop thinking about “someday” and start doing things now. So, using the same mindset that drove me to to tackle a speech impediment by joining my high school’s competitive debate team, I decided to get serious about writing.
Three years later, I am cancer free and thrilled to have published Weird Theology, the first book in my Small Worlds series. Book two, Strange Cosmology, will be published in 2019.
I live in St. Louis, Missouri, with Loki, the world’s coolest cat. Seriously, look at him: