The proverbial nutshell will snugly accommodate about five fun facts…
I love how my name sounds in French.
I eat peanut butter cups but I hate peanut butter.
I am a night owl but I’m also a day dreamer.
I like to write with a pencil.
I cried at The Little Mermaid. Yes… ‘at’ her.
But for those of you who would prefer the more conventional version of events…
I was once an eccentric eight year old writing scripts in my bedroom and directing the children in playground productions at school. At this moment in time, a decade or two down the life line, you can still find me, pencil in hand, just minus the playground.
I’m several knees deep amidst a novel, a handful of paper sheets away from a screenplay, and I’m the proud owner of a collection of notebooks that only one with a feverish fetish for stationery would revel in. The pages are flooded with writing to be read, and it is here that I’m initiating the rummage for readers.
In July 2014 I took a leap of faith and decided to delve into the world of professional fiction writing. After some precautionary strength training of the brain, to help wage in the war of rejection, I was dumbfounded to hear that my first submission had been accepted. My short story ‘Waiting for No Man’ has been published in Issue 12 – The Time Issue of Popshot Magazine.