My desire to write blossomed in the sanctuary of the Catholic church when I was a child. The beautiful stained-glass windows that surrounded the chapel inspired me to create stories and characters that matched the brilliance of the colored glass. At age twelve, I cut paper to match the size of a paperback book and wrote my first novel, Ghost Town, using a manual typewriter. I have since progressed to having my work published and printed on paper. (I don’t have to cut with scissors anymore!) My three novels, Life in a Supermarket Basket, Life in a Savage Landfill, and Life in a Neon Knapsack can be found here and in various formats through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Walmart, Target and numerous other online retailers. The Trilogy of Life is complete!