My debut novel That One Small Omission was published by Solstice Publishing in October 2017, and my second novel, The Phone Call, will be published mid-December 2017.
Where did the stories come from? How did I decide to write them? How the heck did this all happen?
It was pretty simple, really. I always wrote, even as a child. I daydreamed by the hour, making up complicated stories in my head all the time. So, by the time I was in my early 20s, I actually decided to try my hand at writing a novel, which eventually became The Phone Call. I worked on it for years, on and off, until eventually it was signed for publication last summer. In The Phone Call, Kat met the man of her dreams while still in college, and immediately dreamed of a life with him. He begged her to call him, but when she called, he didn’t answer. That night, her life was thrown into complete disarray, and she spent the next five years trying to find her footing again. When they met again, Alex knew he wanted her in his life forever, but Kat was certain he wouldn’t love her once he knew the truth about her past.
My second novel, That One Small Omission, which actually was published first, is about Maggie, a dedicated educator and single-parent. When Maggie met Andre on a work trip, she thought she’d met the man of her dreams until she realized she could never tell him about her life, as he stated so clearly he would never want to be a parent. Maggie ran away, never telling him the truth, but when they find themselves together again in a very strange set of coincidences, their love can’t be denied.