I am an attorney, wife and mother from Long Island, New York. I received my undergraduate degree (BA) in biology from Skidmore College and my Juris Doctor (JD) from Brooklyn Law School.
I've always been passionate about reading and writing. It has been my life-long dream to write a novel. I finally stopped making excuses and got down to business. Writing a few paragraphs a day, I finally completed my first novel, "Mother," in August 2012. For the past year, I've challenged myself by writing gory, disturbing horror novels. I am thrilled to announce that my horror trilogy, the Hillary series is now complete. Though I enjoyed writing about Hillary, I have to admit that at times it was murder! :-)
I'm looking forward to my next writing project, which will be much milder!
I welcome feedback, comments and suggestions from readers.
“It is a place of unrelenting misery and interminable pain and sorrow. It a place of lost hope, a dismal abyss where remorse is candy, and tears, nectar, to unforgiving monstrosities with endless appetites.”
In life, Samuel Rylandt was a serial rapist and murderer who callously committed heinous acts with no regard whatsoever for the women he victimized. In death, however, he will suffer the consequences of his depravity as his soul undergoes a startling corporeal transformation and he is thrown to Hell (Omerion) to complete three horrific phases of moral reconstruction.
Samuel’s notions of the underworld are broadened as he learns that “Hell” is actually an elaborate civilization where the damned agonizingly learn the virtues that evaded them in life.
'Twas a few nights before Christmas
And all through the mall,
The man followed Jilly
Lean, blonde and tall.
Jilly tried to evade him
She withdrew from his sight,
But the blonde man was persistent
Stalking her that fateful night.
He followed Jilly to her car
The poor teen was so afraid,
She'd tried her best to be careful
Now a price had to be paid.
The unthinkable then happened
As blood spilled everywhere,
Christmas shopping can be murder
So you had better beware.
Always make the best choices
You know wrong from right,
Merry Christmas to all
And to all a good fright....