I went for years not finishing anything.
Because, of course, when you finish something you can be judged.
- Erica Jong
I can totally relate to Ms. Jong's words, and I know I am not alone. Writing, in any form, requires a bit of bravery. And a thick skin. Ultimately, the work will be judged - by a peer, by a boss, by a client, by an editor, by the readers - even by the writer herself. And we writers are a critical bunch. But there comes a time when you need to let your words, your story, your voice stand on their own and be judged. Which is why this website now exists. A very kind editor has published one of the novels I actually did finish, Kissing Atticus Primble. And in order for it to be judged by as many people as possible I need to spread the word. Scary? Hell yeah! But it's time. So bear with me and I'll do my best to entertain you.
Until I can add "New York Times Best Selling Author" to my career repertoire, I spend my time writing for various non-profit organizations, producing a daily blog post for 6sqft (a real estate and architecture site), and helping small businesses with their marketing communications both on-and-offline. To see samples of my work, please visit the Writing Samples section of this site or contact me directly.