I am currently writing a lot of things: paranormal romance, contemporary romance, and fantasy romance. There’s a theme there. I have a historical fantasy series out, called Turning Creek, featuring Greek mythology set during Colorado’s gold and silver boom. It’s full of loud women, monsters who mostly like being monsters, drinking, romance, and other shenanigans.

Before I started writing fiction, I was a librarian by trade. This page is an archive of my library science and technology writing and training days.

Book: Mob Rule Learning: camps, unconferences, and trashing the talking head.

For a long time, I was a contributor at ALA TechSource.

Online Article: “My Favourite Tipples.” FreePint, March 7, 2013.

Online Article: “An Unconference Approach Can Revitalize Meetings and Trainings.” FreePint, February 9, 2012.

Journal Article: “Drawing First-Year Students.” Library Journal, November 1, 2009.

Journal Article: “Go With the Flow.” School Library Journal, November 2008: 50-52.

Journal Article: “Go, Team!” American Libraries, April 2008: 30.

Journal Issue: “Changing the Way We Work.” Library Technology Reports 44 1 (January 2008).

Journal Article: “The Freedom to be Literate.” American Libraries, December 2007.

Journal Article: “Catching the Gaming Wave.” AFT On Campus (September 2007).

Journal Article: “Examining a Spanish Nonfiction Collection In A Public Library.” Library Collections, Acquisitions, & Technical Services 29 (2005): 403-411.

Review “African American Poetry.” The Charleston Advisor 7 2 (October 2005): 29-31.

Review “Black Thought and Culture.” The Charleston Advisor 6 4 (April 2005): 41-43.

Review “American Slavery: A Composite Autobiography.”The Charleston Advisor 6 3 (January 2005): 29-34.