What is your favorite quote, by whom, and why? “Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a great battle." - Philo of Alexandria. Kindness is my #1 rule. It’s practically my religion. We have no idea what someone else has been through, what fears are circling their minds like sharks. Life is hard and unforgiving. It is so important to treat each other with patience, respect, and grace.
What genre are you most comfortable writing? I really enjoyed exploring the fantastical elements in Moonlit, which are more prevalent in the sequel (and will dominate the third book.) It’s so liberating when literally anything I can think in my mind can become reality, even if just on paper.
Prologue The first anniversary of my father’s death was even harder on my mother. Back then, I thought she was haunted most by what she didn’t know. I refused to blame her when she raged above me on our staircase that night, drunk and sad and angry. When she made me promise I’d never ride again. When she hurled a half-full bottle of vodka at my face and it exploded on the wooden stairs at my feet. I hadn’t tried to get out of the way. She had just missed. I wanted to tell her that knowledge was no solace, that what you know can burn inside you until there’s nothing left but guilt and ash. I also wanted to protect her from losing the only piece of him she had left. So I didn’t say a word.
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