Dec 312009
 

Leaving high school, there were three things I wanted to do with my life—work in business, computers, and psychologythat’s exactly what I did.

I earned my bachelor’s degree in business information systems and landed a job as a business systems analyst shortly before graduating. Woot! Business (check), Computers (check) and life was great. At least until the corporate executives made a few bad business decisions and the company went under.

So I went back to the drawing board—just one of my many excuses to go back to school (one of my greatest joys). This time, I tried my lot in psychology (check). The mind is a wonderful thing to waste…or is that terrible? Earning an advance degree in psychology, I hit the streets running.

As a counselor I helped young troubled girls. Later, I became an instructor working toward social change. Around came summer vacation, and I had nothing but time on my hands. Needing something to keep me busy during the break, I took to writing. And I loved it! With my first novel complete, I donned the title author.

I now write full-time, enjoying the job of my dreams.

Somewhere out there, there’s a statistic which says the average person changes careers seven times in a lifetime. Well who cares about statistics? Not when there’s an imaginary world out there to capture on paper!

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So I’m loving the paranormal genre. Why? Well step right in, and I’ll tell ya! Why Paranormal?

 

 

 

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