Currently residing in Central Pennsylvania with my husband and two children. I’m a self-proclaimed foul mouthed, book nerd who loves reading genres ranging from Young Adult to Romance to Horror to Erotica, and works fulltime saving spreadsheets and marketing materials one click of my mouse at a time.
To escape the structured, methodical confines of the day job, I delve into my overzealous imagination producing dystopian worlds and romances.
I’m new to the published writing world, but have been participating in online writing sites as well as contests for a couple of years. Having started my ‘public’ writing career through fanfiction, it took awhile before I was pushed, shoved, and cattle prodded into writing my very own works of fiction. I told everyone I was never going to be good enough to stand alone and that they would see how wrong they were. Needless to say, I’ve been eating my words and my husband is the leader shoveling them in quicker than I can swallow. Thanks hubs!
When not writing or spending time with my family, I embrace my Computer Geekdom through the internet. Including being a member of Writing.com, co-administrator to Y/A Booklover on facebook, TextNovel writing forums, and RWC group.
When I actually take the time to pry my carpal tunnel wrists and cramped fingers from my laptop, you can find me at a playground with my children – because me being there by myself just creeps out the parents. Or you can often find me in my ‘cake room’ creating multi-layered custom cakes for family and friends.
Twenty-five year old Sophia Ashwood, part-time nanny, has just graduated college and is ready to write the next best seller; however, she needs a full-time job flexible enough for her to fulfill her dream.
When Sophia steps into the Bishop home to care for emotionally neglected Victoria, she’s positive Dr. Collin Bishop, aka The Anti-Christ, despises her. The intensity of his glare is unsettling and frustrating.
Sophia’s determined to bide her time, until she can gain publication and freedom from the Bishop’s snobbery. However, the longer she cares for Victoria, the more wrapped up in their drama filled lives she becomes.