I’ve always been a paranormal writer. My first story was written at the age of seven, and it was about a little girl who accidentally starts taking care of a witch’s familiar as her pet. My favorite author as a girl was LJ Smith, the creator of Vampire Diaries. During high school and college, I wrote a total of five books, mostly about monsters (one about N Sync), and after college, I started working as an underpaid ghostwriter. People said to me, “Aren’t you worried that something you wrote while become famous, and you won’t get any credit for it?” and I said no because I thought that it would never happen.
It happened almost immediately.
I’ve also got a nice, 5-year gap in my portfolio due to tight non-disclosure agreements.
But enough is enough. After watching an original series of mine launch immediately into the Top 10 of a very competitive Amazon sales category, I just snapped and decided that I can do this myself. Readers love me; they just don’t know that it’s been me this whole time.
I quit my job. I took out a loan. And now, here I am. Not a ghost anymore.
I’m currently outlining the first 3 books of a possible 5-part (or more) vampire drama. It’s twisted and gritty with a reverse harem on top. Please check back for updates. In fact, just join my newsletter and friend me on Facebook. That’ll be way easier.