Author . Coach . Speaker


I am thrilled that you’re here! Whether you’re a reader, fellow writer or cancer survivor (or all three!), it is a honor to connect with you.

I am passionate about storytelling, which isn’t surprising since I grew up in a world surrounded by the incredible stories of my father, Louis L’Amour. My dad gave me the greatest gift; that of the love of language and storytelling, which opened up an entire universe of possibilities. I began spinning my own tales as soon as I could write.

Over the course of my writing career, I discovered a passion for passing along the many lessons learned, much like my father did for me. It’s an honor to connect with so many inspired people – and so many unforgettable, meaningful stories.


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A Cure for Writer’s Block: Vacation Writing Days
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Do you take vacation writing days from your WIP? I don’t mean a vacation from writing but a vacation from your WIP. I was discussing writer’s block with an author over dms recently and I realized that this was the … Read More

The Most Important Tip for Critique Partners
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Finding Critique partners has been confusing to me.  How do you find somebody to read your book and just give you ideas without begging them, paying them, or fearing their criticism? The secret begins in the critique partner knowing one … Read More

How to Escape Story Quicksand
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Today I want to throw my book across the room. As it is firmly ensconced in my computer I will not do that. I am stuck, sort of. I feel I am second guessing every line if not every word. … Read More