Article writer, editor, and journalist known on her behalf work writing Small Adult fiction, aswell as nonfiction and educational fiction for colleges. Her books consist of Cheshire Moon and Spontaneous Combustion. She went to Duke University to review medicine before making a decision to study religious beliefs. She later went to school to be always a Physician’s Associate before learning to be a newspapers reporter. She’s trained in the Institute of Children’s Books and also worked well as an editor. She was once a one-day champ on Jeopardy! She was raised with more youthful sisters and includes a child. She credits Madeleine L’Engle for uplifting her to become writer.