During my life I've been a wife and mother. I've written a food column for a newspaper, designed sets for theatrical productions, and acted and directed some, served in the United States Women's Army Corps in the 1950s, when men and women were separated and we (us females) didn't have guns, worked in print production, became a professional perfumer, created the Arkansas Sesquicentennial Fragrance in 1986, and owned a fragrance retail shop for thirty years. I'm an aromatherapist and this knowledge of essential oils shows up in several of my books. In fact, I've used all these life experiences to create the plots for my books. I use my novels, in all genres, to express myself and share my knowledge.
Her book: The Haunting of Aaron House
Evil spirits, mystery, murder and mayhem, and bodily possession await documentary film producer Paul Barlowe, his wife Sam, and their teenage son Andy when they arrive in Lancaster County, PA, from Chicago, to shoot a film on local history. Sam becomes the victim of Amalie Broome, circa 1867, tormented by past mysteries and determined to destroy Phineas, her husband, whose ghost lives in the other side of the house. Amalie wants Andy, and take Sam’s life as her own. To do this she must destroy Sam by gradually inhabiting her body. Phineas tries to possess Paul in retaliation. For both Sam and Paul to survive they must enter a world where folklore, spells, Pow-Wow faith healers and witches are part of everyday life. Only the wisdom of an elderly seer will save them from destruction by the spirits that claim them.