Since I could hold a crayon, I have been writing. At first, my stories were about dogs and bunnies. Then it was a comic book about a superhero car, followed by a short story about the age of pioneers. Then, as we all do, I “grew up,” and my writing was comprised of literary essays and research papers. Although my interests evolved and expanded, I never lost my passion for words.
As an angelic intuitive, writer, speaker, and spiritual lifestyle guide, I have been honored to assist hundreds of people, at home and abroad, in finding their own passions, rediscovering their divine connection, and developing their unique sacred gifts. With my extensive knowledge of angels, energy, and human-divine relationship, I wrote two books aimed at keeping the divine connection alive in children (they’re great for adults, too!). The first, A Children’s Guide to Chakras, was named a finalist in the About.com's annual Reader's Choice Award competition. Both my first book and my second, The Children's Guide to Angels, were a family labor of love. Although written by me, they were both illustrated by my three children.
My third book, Make Everyday your Someday: The Guide to Living With Passion and Purpose, reflects my devotion to assisting people in living their best life. There is no more waiting for Someday to arrive. Make today and everyday your Someday.
My third book, Make Everyday your Someday: The Guide to Living With Passion and Purpose, reflects my devotion to assisting people in living their best life. Although my writing has expanded to include essays, magazine articles, and works of fiction, I will still, every now and again, break out those crayons and wax poetic about my dogs.
When I am not writing about the esoteric or weaving a fictional tale, I am volunteering for an anti-trafficking non-profit, Durga Tree International. As their PR person and President of the Oregon Chapter, I am proud to be working with fellow abolitionists to put an end to the tragedy of modern human slavery. To join me in helping to eradicate human slavery, please visit www.DurgaTreeInternational.org.