I am a young lady with a love of the natural world and of stories well told.
I grew up in the foothills of Tennessee’s Smoky Mountains, where I frisked around in a calico skirt and drew chalk maps of the forest behind my house. Gradually, I drifted west—first for college and then to work as a research assistant in a biology lab at Vanderbilt University.
More recently, my life’s road map has veered south. I lived in Florianopolis, Brazil for a year, working as a freelance content writer, and I now live in Key Largo, working to help restore coral reefs.
I released my debut novel, Eleanor and the Impossible, in the fall of 2017. I’m very excited to hold my book, smell my book, and maybe even hear from a few of you about the messages you discover between its pages.