After trying to find my niche in the world of creativity, I finally came to the conclusion that I was meant to write.
Not, of course, that I didn't really know that all along, but it took me a while to get serious. As a child I would have been perfectly content locked in a library all my waking hours.
A total introvert, I'm somewhat shy and most alive, energetic, and happy when I'm alone--not that I dislike people! Writing about people makes me happy. Or better yet, writing about wolves and vampires.
I spend most of my time writing, reading, doing things with friends, and working on promoting my books. I also can out-shop anyone I know, and will go shopping at the slightest opportunity.
My books are full of angsty, tormented people, and none of them are remotely perfect. I love flawed, real characters who face normal problems along with extraordinary trials and troubles, such as how not to howl when the moon is full or how to save the world from vampires determined to take over.
You know. Things like that.
I am also published under a different pseudonym.
Rune Alexander wants to get through her days doing her job, which is protecting the humans against the myriad of supernatural creatures, known as Others, who exist uneasily in a human's world. But she is unstable and damaged. She realizes how broken she is even as she continues to submit to the unspeakable things her lover does to her, craving desperately the strange peace she finds in the aftermath.
When she discovers things are not as they seem and a faceless human is torturing the supernatural groups in her city, she and her crew must break the rules and begin to protect the Others from the humans.
But as the darkness inside her becomes stronger and she ends up on the wrong side of a battle she must not lose, who will save Rune from herself?