I spent more than two decades traveling throughout Europe and North Africa, and I'm at home wherever I land. Today, I spend time spinning yarns as a brand journalist and weaving tales out of whole cloth, often based on my experiences.
I became an accidental author when I co-authored Waves of Change, the story of Tennessee's 1000-Year Flood from the perspective of a survivor, a rescue professional, and a family grief counselor. Guess what? I was the survivor.
When I'm not researching, writing or editing, or hounding editors, clients or authors, you can find me practicing alchemy in my Nashville kitchen and garden, pretending to work out on the Total Gym, or chasing my next adventure somewhere between here and Timbuktu.