In just over a month, my newest novella will be released into the wild! Here’s the gist (or “back cover copy,” if you’re feeling high-and-mighty): Everything changed for Mercy Benson after the argument with her husband. Leaving behind the taxi horns and clamor of New York, the young widow follows her mother-in-law to the sleepy... Continue Reading →
I’m thirteen days away from my debut release. And this isn’t the dream I’ve clutched since I wrote halting poems about the robins outside or the nativity set my parents painted long before I was born. I went to Mount Hermon a handful of years ago with my good friend Hannah Prewett. And we both... Continue Reading →
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