I’ve been writing since I was a teenager. Pursued a career in journalism. Hated it. Asking people how they feel after a loved one is killed is not how I wanted to make a living.

Decades later, I fell back in love with writing and have been perfecting my craft ever since, while paying the bills as a web developer and freelance editor.

After playing around with a few different genres, I found my home writing gritty stories about lesbians and transgender people living in an often hostile world.

For more about my writing, check out My Writing page.

Improve Your Writing

Grammar Tips & More

Do you have dreams of becoming a writer yourself? If helps to learn the ins and outs of grammar, punctuation, and styling. To help you with that, I’ve created my Grammar Tips feed. It’s updated regularly, so be sure to subscribe.

Need Edits? I Haz Dem!

If you are a writer who ready to submit your work to agents or publishers, or if you are planning on on self-publishing, you’re going to want to hire a freelance editor to give your manuscript the polish it deserves. Especially if you want to big advance from a publisher or five-star reviews from readers.

I have been editing other people’s work for several years. Before that, I was the news director of a radio station. I have a degree in journalism from the University of Georgia’s Grady College of Journalism, home of the Peabody Award.

Check out my Editing Services page for more details on how I can help you.

Get in Touch. Stay in Touch.

I’m all over social media–Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, and LinkedIn. You can also reach me by email.

But the best way to stay in touch is to sign up for my newsletter. I’ve got a lot of exciting things coming up in the near future. Plus, everyone who signs up gets a free Kindle version of my short story “Sappho”.