I started this adventure when I was trying to win the chance to speak in Neil Gaiman’s American Gods tenth anniversary audiobook. I didn’t win, but it was a truly awesome experience, and I think the woman who did win was a really talented speaker. The blog has become an end of its own, and I love to hear comments here, in Twitter, and on Facebook. Hell, Pin me if you want baby.
Honestly, the best way to get to know me is to visit a few of my posts. The Friday Fluff ones are the best for weird trivia (and a bunch of bullshit), but here are some others that explain me in a little more depth.
If you search by my kids’ names (Caroline and Sam), you can learn a bit more about raising two children on the autism spectrum. You won’t find much if you search my husband’s name. We’re having a face to face marriage, not an online one, and I don’t put up a lot about him, and nothing at all without his permission. Similarly, as my daughter gets bigger and owns more of her own stories, I’ll stop putting them here without getting her OK first.
But that’s OK. Because I’m not a Mommy Blogger. I do blog about my kids, but I consider myself a freelance writer, a novelist, a memoir blogger, a fiction blogger, and a picture-taking blogger. My kids are only part of my equation. A darned CUTE part, but not the one that identifies me. That’s writing.
The fastest way to get in touch with me is to click the ‘contact’ link above, but you can also e-mail me at email@example.com.