Hello and welcome.

I’m on a journey to create the most kick-ass heroine romance fiction has ever known and the hero who can take her.  A believer that big audacious goals spice up life, I rely on coffee, red wine and laughter to make those goals (and my characters) come alive. When not at the computer, I wrangle vegetables and extra helpings of homework into my fashion-loving progeny, kowtow to a fat cat and read, a lot.  Since its more fun to travel in packs, come along for the ride.

My writing falls among the fantasy, science fiction, paranormal and romance fiction genres, usually mashed together to see what new things happen. Erotic elements are woven through them. Because its fun, yes, and because I believe how we deal with sex is essential to being human and to be loved.

My mind goes off exploring trends, future possibilities, new technologies and ferret out fresh ways to think about traditional myths, creatures and legends. How the past and future mesh has excited and engaged me since my 9th grade teacher, Ms. Culhane, assigned Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’ End.  The overlords just blew me away. The concept still does. If you haven’t read it, I’m not going to spoil it.  The science fiction and fantasy of today are the reality of tomorrow. Its a source of inspiration, hope and fear, sort of like religion but without the fasting.

Hope on the train. Let me know if you like the view.



  1. Hi Sabrina
    I have nominated you for a new award, the ‘Field of Flowers’.
    The Rules of the ‘Field of Flowers Award’ are:-
    1 Thank the blogger who nominated you
    2 Place the award logo on your blog
    3 Nominate 7 other bloggers and write a little something about why you would give these bloggers “A Field Of Flowers”
    4 Let your nominees know that you nominated them
    Please click below to read more about the award:-
    Please accept this message as a gesture of gratitude. I think it’s a nice gesture to pass these awards along to other bloggers whose writing you enjoy!
    Many thanks, and Happy Writing in 2014.

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