Read the article here! My son was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism (commonly known as Asperger’s) in September 2014. While I suspected something was different about him for some time, an official diagnosis sent me into a tailspin. As his mother, I wanted to be proactive and give him as much support as possible. But, with... Continue Reading →
Thank you Twister Sister Literary Magazine for publishing The Field. This is my first attempt at Science Fiction and was inspired by Henri Rousseau's The Football Players, now part of the Guggenheim's permanent collection. This piece is dark, but for those who've read Wrapped in Color and Light, you already know I like to lean... Continue Reading →
Check out this awesome new website about the Royal Gorge Region. I wrote a large amount of the copy, which details the region's history and recreational, cultural, and paleontological opportunities. There's so much to do in Fremont County, and now there's a resource that helps navigate it all. http://www.RoyalGorgeRegion.com I'm blessed to have opportunities to... Continue Reading →
Check it out. I have two articles in the BV Visitor Guide. What a great opportunity to tell everyone why BV is so special!
Thank you, Scarlet Leaf Review for publishing my short story, The Healer. I am so grateful! The Healer The wash room is covered in tile. The complete whiteness makes me dizzy, and I can’t tell where the ceiling meets the wall or the wall meets the floor. I wish there was some differentiation in color,... Continue Reading →
Those that know me, know my love of all things Colorado—even these crazy late April snowstorms, or what I like to call, second winter. I’ve spent years traveling the state, exploring hard to reach wilderness areas, playing on snow, in water, and among towering mountain ranges, and more recently, learning about the multitude of kid-friendly... Continue Reading →
If you want to read Wrapped in Color and Light for FREE, check it out on Wattpad. Here, you can read chapter by chapter anywhere! I add a couple of chapters each week, so you'll always have something new to read. Check it out!
Emma Frost snapped out of a daydream when the taste of blood hit her tongue. “Damn it.” She reached into her purse, searched its contents, and pulled out a wrinkled tissue crusted with snot. Pressing it against her ragged cuticle, she winced. Shit, I hope this doesn’t ruin my chances. After shoving the tissue back... Continue Reading →