She loves to write it all, from headlines to historical fiction. Aided and abetted by a B.A. in English (Trinity University), an M.A. in English-American Literature (UC San Diego) and a J.D. (University of Dayton School of Law), she's been writing professionally for over 10 years. A member of The Authors Guild and SCBWI, she's published scholarship, fiction, poetry and prose in academic and literary journals, and prominent online media including NPR and The New York Times Magazine.
Her third person is currently editing her first novel, Launching Helen, a multicultural odyssey mixed with magical realism set in Georgian England. She is also soliciting her second picture book/short film script, No Vowels Allowed.
The Fantastic Travels of Maxine Machine, a rhyming adventure about a young inventor with interactive features that include music and narration, is her first published picture book.
When she isn't embroiled in her day job, toiling away on her stories, or spoiling her niece and nephew, she dabbles in voiceovering.
And she continues to dream, perchance to sleep.