Everyone's got a guilty pleasure or something nerdy about them, and mine is definitely writing "aminal" novels ... and saying the word aminal.
About the Author
Ever since I can remember, I've loved writing. I started from writing "books" by drawing pictures and scribbling misspelled words on pieces of paper, and eventually moved on to typing stories on the computer. At 11 I wrote my first full-length book, and at 13 I wrote another, much larger novel. A few others have come to life at the tips of my fingers since then, yet as much as I love to write I've stuck to my saying, "There's a difference between writing a novel, and writing a novel and still having a life." But really, the only things I love more than writing would be my family, friends, and animals of course! Hence the fact that most of my novels are anthropomorphic. I wrote Mourning Grove when I was 18, and am working on the prequel Northern Plains.
Look for this cat!
What better logo pic than one of my most beloved family members? :) Long live Fuzzy!