DM: Thanks for taking the time to chat with us! Tell us a little more about your writing style and your novel Beatrysel.Beatrysel is the tale of a demon, created by her Magus lover, rent from him but seeking return. It is the tale of the Magus who made her and lost himself in the act. It is a tale of jilted lovers, betrayals and loss; power and Magick. It explores modern occult theory as practiced today and the manifest power of love made real.
As for me, I am a publicist’s worst nightmare: I am multi-genre author experimenting with language. has best been well described as a “literary horror,” which means heavy on ideas and mood. My next book, Eleanor coming from Jolly Fish Press next year, is a gentle young-adult paranormal series about a strange and singular girl trying not to be noticed in a small Wyoming town. After that, I have a comedic mystery series beginning with The Finger Trap, also from Jolly Fish Press, probably in mid 2015. Just of these three titles, no two are structurally or narratively alike.The Finger Trap is conversational, first person narrative, past tense. Eleanor is third person subjective, singular POV, also past tense. Beatrysel however, is third person subjective, shifting POV and present tense - structurally the most challenging of the bunch. Beatrysel is chilling, Eleanor is emotional, The Finger Trap is funny. I’m all over the board. My motto is “I write what I want to read” and I live in tie-dye to show my many colors.