I grew up left-handed, an only child, and a military brat. So I have several excuses for not being normal – but who wants to be normal? Certainly not this creative person. Fortunately, one of my college professors saw my potential, and he suggested trying my hand at writing. It took me a while to hit my stride, but since my first sale, I’ve seen more than 400 short stories and articles in print, several hundred health and feature articles on the Internet, and more than 25 books and novellas. One of my favorite things to do is entertain and inform people through the written word.
My stories are about ordinary people with extraordinary problems. While their lives are often tested as they suffer through heartache and tragedy, my characters learn the power of God’s love, grace, and mercy through His Son Jesus Christ. As a person who has stumbled down the rocky road of life and witnessed the differences between those with a Christian worldview and those without, I know that without Christ, all hope is lost. My books are meant to entertain and minister to both seekers and to those who already know the Lord. Writing Christian fiction allows me the freedom to tell my stories without restraining my convictions.