I'm a lover of life. That passion compels me to encourage others through the books I pen, the messages I deliver, workshops I plan and the dolls I style/create. I strongly believe that there is no such thing as as an acceptable loss, as it pertains to human life. All that I do is meant to inspire, provoke thought and plant seeds of hope.
My literary journey began with a submission to a short-story contest. The entry turned into Business Unusual, the first book in the Covenant series. That work was followed by Flavorful, my contribution to the anthology Home Again: Stories of Restored Relationships. Her Gifts is my first inspirational romance and first book in the Living His Love novella series.
In an effort to support the youth and to continue to tell our stories I have expanded what’s in my hand into the realm of doll making/styling. Dolls for Our Daughters was created to make available more dolls of color. Beyond the dolls I have created a monologue that shares the store of Carol Denise McNair, the youngest victim in the Sixteen Street Baptist Church bombing.
Quiet time with my Bible and a big cup of coffee keeps me grounded. I love creating with my hands and acknowledge that I am a craft and fabric hoarder with no desire for deliverance. I'm not afraid of color. I love to laugh and am an admitted news junkie.