I write every day and have a platform of about twenty five book. Actually I sleep write and the next morning a story begins. This is my life with four cats hanging around in my small office while I work. My dear husband is patient with my work. He understands the drive in me that produces stories. I’m grateful for what I have and hope to, someday, hit the top with my books.
Everyone has a story but to me, all I wanted to do was act and so I did. For twelve years, I had the privilege of performing in many venues beginning with daytime drama, spreading to movies and stage. Until one night during a performance Off Broadway, my voice felt off. The next day I met a famous voice specialist who said I was stricken with spasmodic dysphonia and had lost my lovely voice forever. Creative juices still flowed and I began to write. Before long, my first book, Once Again, Now was picked up and published. The joyous moment came and went because she went out of business. I wrote another story and soon found an interested publisher.