Contrary to popular belief, most authors do have day jobs just like everyone else. I’m happily ensconced at an advertising agency as an editor/proofreader. In my previous corporate life, I’ve been a magazine editor, advertising copywriter, and writer of corporate marketing materials of every description. 

I’m the author of the national bestselling fantasy adventure series featuring Raine Benares, a finder of things lost and people missing.  But what Raine finds best is trouble and lots of it.  The series began with Magic Lost, Trouble Found (2007), and continued with Armed & Magical (2008), The Trouble With Demons (2009), Bewitched & Betrayed (April 27, 2010), Con & Conjure (2011), and a sixth book to be named later, which will hit bookstore shelves in 2012.

I’m a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America, Romance Writers of America, and the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers.   I live in North Carolina with my always patient and ever-encouraging husband, one cat, two spoiled-rotten retired racing greyhounds, and a Jack Russell terrier who rules us all.


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