I was born and raised in Indianapolis— in fact, I grew up on the east side of Indy and Warren Branch was my library until just a few years ago when I moved to the south side of town.
When I’m not writing, I’m a mom and a full-time college student. I couldn’t afford to go to college when I graduated high school. Now that I’m older and things are a little more settled, I’m giving it a shot. The nice thing is, now I have a reason to go to the library practically every day.
I’m crazy about a lot of things— history, collecting t-shirts from police Homicide units, being a Dark Larrie on Tumblr, and reading. Definitely reading: the latest YA, the greatest social history of forks (seriously!) cereal boxes, manga, fanfic… if it has words, I love reading it.
And hey, writing it, too. I’m planning on sticking around for a while, so next time I’ll talk about becoming a writer. (Hint: it starts at the library!) If you’d like to get a look at some of my work, you came to the right place.
If you like ghost stories set in small towns, you might like SHADOWED SUMMER. Or if you’re a fan of historical fantasy, then you might like THE VESPERTINE. I could go on, but why not ask Sherloc instead? You can find all my books at the Indianapolis Public Library!
And you can find me here on the Teen Scene blog— as often as they’ll let me visit!
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