I’ve lived, traveled, and worked all over the world. I use my experiences and adventures in Japan, Nepal, Tibet, Lesotho, Germany, and Canada, as a source of inspiration to write novels set in faraway lands and populated with memorable characters.
In Japan, I taught English to businessmen, and in Tokyo worked on NHK television and radio. In Nepal, I was marketing manager for a resort in the Himalayas. In Lesotho, Africa, I was representative for a Canadian parastatal which brought out short term volunteers to assist with a multitude of wonderful projects. While in Canada, I did marketing for a Native American art gallery specializing in stone sculpture. In the United States, among other things, I was a travel agent and customer relations manager for a software company.
I love discovering new and exciting authors, artists, musicians, hiking and travel.
2018 finalist in RWA Kiss of Death’s Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense.