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Tag Archives: Michigan author
Although we share a last name and both grew up in Michigan, Roxanne Rhoads and I are not related. I’m not even sure we’ve met, although we are both fascinated by cemetery, history, and ghosts. All that means is that … Continue reading →
My relationship with Ellie Sharrow goes a long way back. She taught the only Creative Writing classes in my high school. I took her class, did independent study with her, and was lucky enough to “student teach” one of her … Continue reading →
My story “Elle a Vu un Loup” appeared in Weirdbook #40 at the end of last year. In the story, Alondra DeCourval travels to Mackinac Island to face a monster that has terrorized the close-knit community. You can check out … Continue reading →
I’m really excited to announce some Alondra news: First off, one of her new adventures appeared in Weirdbook magazine. It’s been a goal of mine to be published in Weirdbook forever, so this is a dream come true. The story … Continue reading →
Evie O’Connor isn’t a typical three-year-old. She hears the cries of the dead and the dying. Her burgeoning ability brings the scars of a painful past into her parents’ lives. No matter how hard she tries to forget, the effects … Continue reading →