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I’ve been writing stories all my life, even when I should have been doing other things, like studying Algebra. My first paying job was as Chuck E. Cheese. I worked in theatre for years, and now I’m writing full time, which is my dream job, because I get to work in my pajamas and take a break every afternoon to play Guitar Hero.
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Can you tell readers one unique thing about yourself?I have a ridiculous love of bags. Not expensive bags (though I like those, too) but any type of bag, from backpacks to luggage to those little bags ‘gift with purchase’ bags you get at the cosmetic counter. I have more bags than I will ever be able to use, but I can’t resist them!
What is one thing your heroine would never be caught dead doing?Spending as much money on purses as I do.
What is the premise of Maggie Quinn: Girl vs Evil?Maggie is a plucky girl detective who solves supernatural mysteries. If you mix Nancy Drew or Veronica Mars with the show “Supernatural” you’d have the Maggie Quinn series. (I wrote the first book in the series before Supernatural came on, but I could TOTALLY see a crossover! That would be so awesome, even if it only ever happens in my head.)
If you could suggest any book you've written to a new reader, which would it be?
If they love a quick read, then Prom Dates From Hell, the first book in the Maggie Quinn series would be a great place to start. It’s funny and quick, with a lot of zippy action and a ton of snarky dialogue. The Splendor Falls, my latest book, is a stand-alone novel, and it’s a longer book, with a spooky story that unfolds along with a lot of mystery and romance. If someone likes a book that you really sink into, and likes more romance with their spooky stuff, that’s the book for them.
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Sylvie Davis is a ballerina who can’t dance. A broken leg ended her career, but Sylvie’s pain runs deeper. What broke her heart was her father’s death, and what’s breaking her spirit is her mother’s remarriage—a union that’s only driven an even deeper wedge into their already tenuous relationship.
Uprooting her from her Manhattan apartment and shipping her to Alabama is her mother’s solution for Sylvie’s unhappiness. Her father’s cousin is restoring a family home in a town rich with her family’s history. And that’s where things start to get shady. As it turns out, her family has a lot more history than Sylvie ever knew. More unnerving, though, are the two guys that she can’t stop thinking about. Shawn Maddox, the resident golden boy, seems to be perfect in every way. But Rhys—a handsome, mysterious foreign guest of her cousin’s—has a hold on her that she doesn’t quite understand.
Then she starts seeing things. Sylvie’s lost nearly everything—is she starting to lose her mind as well?