"I agree with Dana and Jonathan. Unfortunately, it's not the research that's hard to do, it's the writing that keeps the reader in the story while only bringing in the research to add credibility that's so difficult. I don't…"
I have enjoyed writing since I created my first short story as a child, which was inspired by a painting of three mountains titled, “The Three Sisters.” I write a columns titled National Crime Fiction for Examiner.com and have interviewed bestselling authors such as Jan Burke, Sue Grafton, and T. Jefferson Parker.
A writer at heart, I started out skip tracing and repossessing cars for a living. Those early days of dealing with people who couldn’t, or wouldn’t, pay their bills provided me with insight into what makes people do what they do and fertile ground for my own mystery/suspense writing.
I am a member of Arizona Mystery Writers and Sisters in Crime and have run my own web design business since 2003.