Literary Fiction with a Twist of Magical Realism
The Siren Dialogues underwent a year-long rewrite and reimagining and has achieved new heights…or should I say depths? After a final streamline and tightening, I’m so excited to have this long-awaited story ready in her best dress (size 88K words) for agent submissions!
The Siren Dialogues When Libby, a young ghostwriter haunted by a painful choice from her past, takes a job on an idyllic island, she finds that what her employer really wants is help finding the lost love of his life—who he claims is a mermaid.
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The City as Spectacle
“What strange phenomena we find in a great city, all we need to do is stroll about with our eyes open.” In early April I found myself at a mid-level hotel in mid-town Manhattan. My husband, Jon, was busy helping his mom with some projects and my son, Aaron, had virtual meetings with his college…
The last of the fragile daylight was precious and belonged to them alone, empty of voices as it drew a curtain over the water route to the mainland.The Siren Dialogues
One could say the plot of land was unloved. But Earth prefers other forms of love, like fire and rain and roots, like worms tunneling earth through their elastic bodies. And fences mean nothing to the worms as they go about their silent and unseen business.Year of the Rabbit