This is my newest endeavor and this page seems to be the one that gets hit.
So, since I poured out my stuff for You, how about telling me something about You and what you’re looking for? What would you like to know?
Writers are often introverted and insecure…help me out here.
I was born and raised in a suburb north of Chicago. After completing my education and for the next 21 years, I worked and lived in southeastern Wisconsin. My career included 8 years in the emergency room. The next 13 years I worked in an Allergy Clinic that I created and managed along with a secondary business in environmental medicine.
At that time, I co-authored a piece for the Journal of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery. While I was mentoring our Allergy support group, I designed, produced, and sold an allergy cookbook for our patients. During that period, I co-created a national organization for allied personnel in Environmental medicine and a local group for physicians and staff.
In August of 1998, I sold my home and relocated to New Mexico where I worked for the University of New Mexico in HIV research until funding ceased. In the 2000, I was hired to work in Home Health Care. I retired in 2008.
I consider myself an avid and eclectic reader who discovered lesbian fiction in the past decade. Story telling has always been a family trait. It was born in my childhood and blossomed during my high school and college years as a passion for theatre.
My hobbies are primarily artistic: photography, painting, jewelry making, crafting/assemblage and now writing. I started to write a medical mystery ten years ago, then discovered the online writing project, NaNoWriMo in 2006, and couldn’t stop writing. In 2008, I broke from my mystery and started the Agent series. In the past 18 months, I have completed first drafts of five manuscripts, three in the series.