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It only took me thirty years to figure out what I wanted to be when I grew up. Either I am incredibly tenacious or something far less flattering. It took the insidious hand of middle age to pick me up and wring me out. When it set me back down, I couldn't continue doing what I had always done.

In 2016 I began to write a series of essays that attempted to make sense of a disintegrating faith in the institutional church, national politics and culture writ large. Most of my non-fiction writing continues to center on the collision point of faith, politics and culture. 

I am a big fan of fantasy and science fiction and wanted to see more writing where women were leading the story. I began my first novel in October of that year - an epic fantasy where women do to the finding, rescuing and returning. A year later, I finished the novel. After beta readers and a half dozen revisions, I began querying.  

In 2019, I joined the Atlanta Writer's Club (AWC) to attend their fall writing confere…

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