Category Archives: Being an author

The Grove School Rocks!

I was asked to¬† spend a few hours at The Grove School as part of a series of workshops hosted by the Wild Lemon Project. Lucky me got to be part of their initiative to support and propagate love for reading and writing in my community. The school sits among the few remaining orange groves…

Finding the time

Finding the time to write a book while working full time is a challenge, but it is so fun to escape into another world. Whether it’s working on my children’s picture book, “Fat Girl” (based on my old bulldog who is indeed fat) or on my next book, “My FORTUNEate Life”, there’s nothing better than…

I have an agent!

Christmas this season is especially sweet. I’m excited to announce that Brittany Booker of The Booker Albert Literary Agency is representing me. The journey to find the right agent has taken time, and I’m thankful to have an agent who has lots of energy and is enthusiastic about my new YA novel, Tunnels. Hopefully soon…

My American Lemonade

There comes a time when you are given an opportunity that is life changing. I am lucky enough to be a co-writer with Atanas Entchev, telling the story of his family’s 18 year immigration journey, the good and the bad. If you’d like to find out more about this brilliant man and his dream to…