Keep Pedaling, an Essay

This is an essay from my memoir, When Love Sticks Around. One of the last essays I wrote, actually. My project manager said we needed an additional story to show the relationship between Jim and I. So, in order to shake my memories back up to the surface, I looked through old photos. Although I … Continue reading Keep Pedaling, an Essay

When Love is on Sale

I realize it has been way too long since posting anything. But life. Kids. End of the school year. Dance recitals. Tennis practices. It’s all hitting me at the same time. With that being said, I want to shout out loud that When Love Sticks Around is on sale on Amazon. Both the kindle and … Continue reading When Love is on Sale


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About Me

Born and raised in Ohio, I got my start writing rock concert reviews for Toledo-based music magazine, The Glass Eye. Today, my work has appeared in the Fredericksburg Literary and Art Review, online at Huffington Post, Dead Housekeeping and The Mindful Word, and in several anthologies including the Virginia Writers Centennial AnthologyNevertheless We Persisted, and Beach Reads: Lost and Found. I have also received awards for two creative nonfiction essays at BlogHer. My debut memoir, When Love Sticks Around, is out now.

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