I have been writing since the ripe old age of eight when I wrote my first ghost story. Born and raised in Alabama in the southern United States, I grew up listening to my Grandmother tell her stories about life in the south. Her storytelling inspired me. I was also inspired by Kathryn Tucker Windham, one of our famous local authors (13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey) and one of the best storytellers in the south.
I first published my short stories and poems during my high school years in our high school literary magazine Porphyra. During college, I published a short story in Aura Literary Arts Review. After college, I tried my hand at screenwriting and successfully completed a few scripts. I attempted marketing them however nothing ever came of it. Now, I have turned to writing books. My first published book Thanksgiving Hen On A Chicken Shed: Stories My Grandmother Told Me will be available later in 2013.
Alabama is still my home. I absolutely love the south! I am also a fan of Dean Koontz, suspense stories and movies.
Thanksgiving Hen On A Chicken Shed: Stories My Grandmother Told Me -
The Legends Of Indian Narrows: Ghostly Childhood Memoirs - CreateSpace, 2014