the spectrum of genres that our authors work in. I work in several and I know that can get
confusing for readers, so here’s a primer of genres and how they apply to me.
must attempt to solve a mystery, usually a murder. In my San Juan Island Mystery series amateur
detectives Tish (an ex-actress) and her grandfather Tobias (an ex-CIA agent)
solve murders in the San Juan Islands of Washington State.
crime. There can be elements of deduction and mystery, but the main elements
involve some sort of criminal behavior.
In my Shark Santoyo Series, Shark is attempting to navigate his way out
of the criminal life, but faces enemies on both sides of the law.
steps in to solve things, the thriller protagonist has the crime happen to them
and must fight their way out to simply get back to his or her ordinary
life. In my Deveraux Legacy Series,
the Deveraux family must face a series of antagonists who seek to bring them
two protagonists takes center stage.
The best part about Romance is that like a good wine, it pairs well with
anything. Most of my novels contain an
element of romance, but not all of them push the romance to the forefront. But in the Deveraux Legacy series, each of
the cousins will find love while battling the baddies, making the series genre “Romantic
Sci-fi explores the future of science and
humanity as they intertwine. I
participate in an anthology series called Galactic Dreams that translates fairy
tales to science-fiction. Each author in
the anthology assists in building the shared universe of Galactic Dreams,
meaning that each of our stories share the same background, timeline and rules.
and wonder. My mother read us The
Hobbit when we were quite young and so I always assumed that fantasy was
something that everyone enjoyed. Then I grew up and realized that some people
think that it’s not “real” literature (what does that even mean?!) and
sometimes hate it for appearing to have no rules if magic can simply make
things happen. So fantasy is my little
secret. I don’t write a lot of it, but I
periodically dabble to make myself happy.
short stories. When she’s not traveling to exotic lands, or kicking some
serious butt with her black belt in karate, she can be found chasing her
daughter or glued to the computer working on her next novel. You can also catch up with her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and BookBub.