I’m honored to be guest posting on Middle Grade Ninja — sharing how my research into ancient civilizations and art history added realism to The Primal Key.
Writing The Books
When I find an author’s work memorable, I tend to read, and many times re-read, everything they’ve written. In high school, I read the first chapter of William Faulkner’s debut […]
For twelve generations Anne’s and Alex’s family has been the curator of gemstone tablets. Their grandmother, Isadora, is the leader of the Collective, a loosely-organized group whose mission is to […]
A child’s rhyming picture book, a magical bracelet or the keys to open doors across dimensions? Soon after Anne Clarke reaches her Grandmother’s estate, she discovers just how crazy Grandpa’s […]
If you read chapter 9 in The Primal Key, you know a little about Aunt Margaret’s world. She chose to spend her “retirement” in New York, hiking the Catskills. Although […]
My inspiration for The Primal Key came ten years ago when I took “a break” from my busy corporate career to spend time with my two-year-old son. During his nap-time, I spent […]