My writing holds fear up to the light and examines it. It pulls back the translucent veil that separates chosen reality from what is hidden and asks the fundamental questions; Do you see yourself in this? Are you afraid? Why? I have always been fascinated by fear and horror, the psychological and fantastical elements to a scary story that stick like superglue. My stories keep you guessing, they allude and tease, they horrify and delight. Most of all, they hand you your fears and tell you it’s okay to look at them, to cry about them, and sometimes to laugh at them.