Hurricane Crimes Seismic Crimes Tsunami Crimes
Disaster Crimes #1 Disaster Crimes #2 Disaster Crimes #3
A teaser story set between Seismic Crimes (#2) and Tsunami Crimes (#3).
What crime can happen as fast as lightning?
Why Heroines of Steel?
When I was a child, I looked up to strong women – Jo from Little Women, Xena the Warrior Princess, Erin Brockovich, and so many more. I wanted to be just like them, but I was a scrawny thing, shy, and a little nerdy. I felt as far from these strong women as possible. They were lionesses, and I was Dumbo. So when I started to write, it’s no wonder that my first character was my age but was everything I wasn’t. From then on, all of my heroines became what I wish I could be. Beth (from the Disaster Crimes Series) is a kick-ass self-defense instructor. I want to be as physically strong as her. Dani (from 30 Seconds) is smart, sexy, and has a great sense of humor. I want to be as attractive as her.
At the age of fifteen (a day after my birthday), I had spine surgery to correct scoliosis. Now, I have a steel rod screwed into my spine. Years after my surgery, I wrote a personal essay called Woman of Steel. I am a woman of steel, and because all of my characters are tough women, so are they. They are my Heroines of Steel. I can live vicariously through them, and so can my readers.
FLAMING CRIMES – I submitted Book 4 of the Disaster Crimes Series to my publisher for consideration. Wish me luck!