This is what she says about herself:
When Not Reviewing
I’m the author of the Thalia Chase: Sex Therapist Series of books published by Stone Soup Community Press.
I love to read historical fiction with strong female leads. I love suspense, particularly with first responders. I love toaster oven stories, and bonus points when there’s a creepy man she leaves for a woman. I love series novels where we come to feel as if the main characters have been our friends for years. And I love stories that emotionally torture me with endless teasing of a pending relationship.
I haven’t found any subject matter in a book that has caused me to stop reading it. I’m not typically drawn to vampire or zombie books. But I don’t find them offensive. I just don’t enjoy them. I think any subject, when approached with sensitivity and positive intentions should be told and should be read.
Reaching Out To The Community
I started writing reviews because reading books is an isolating endeavor and I want to connect with other people who share my passion. Writing a review is a way to reach out to other like-minded individuals and start a dialogue. Gathering around a common passion or purpose allows me to interact with others on a deeper level than I can when we have less in common. And the intellectual exercise of engaging in a discussion about a particular book, allows the book to create a life of its own. For every reader who reads a particular book, the experience is unique. It is in the sharing of the experience where the book truly lives.
My Reading Schedule
I conservatively read ten books per month. Last year I read just over 300 books. This year will be a slower year since I’m writing and finishing up my career in technology.
As a reader and reviewer, I can find the humor in a story no matter how deeply it is buried.