Michelle: Well there is much to tell. I’m Canadian, however I have lived all over the U.S., and currently living in San Antonio, Texas with my loving hubby, two kiddies, two cats and a very geriatric Boston terrier.
Michelle: I have always been a daydreamer, lost in my own little worlds of make believe. However, I did not start writing some of those stories down until I was 16. It would have another fifteen year before I built up enough courage to try to publish any of my stories.
Michelle: steampunky, fantasy, adventurous.
Michelle: I loosely plot, so I know where I am going with my story. Nevertheless, no matter how much I plot the characters have a will of their own and do what they will.
Michelle: I’m a romantic at heart, and love to read (and write about) happy endings.
Michelle: No, I think I write more about exciting adventurous women I would like to be in another life/world.
Michelle: I would take my hubby, daughter, and son, and go to the RWA meet up in Anaheim. I think we all would have had a blast.
Michelle: Lucy Maud Montgomery who wrote Anne of Green Gables is still my favorite author, even as an adult. I also love Mercedes Lackey, Anne Rice, and William Shakespeare. I am currently reading Dreadnought by Cherie Priest.
Michelle: Starting up a small online publishing company, to make it easier for more authors to put their stories out for the world to read.
Michelle: I’ve written a sequel to Major Mischief, a five part story about belly dancing spies, and working on a story about a Canadian witch who moved to Bugtussle, Texas.
Michelle: I can be found lurking at http://www.facebook.com/#!/profile.php?id=100003007949168
Michelle: I love writing steam punk, I’ve written two short stories, and I have found that Major Mischief has sold more copies than my other story, Shimmy and steam. I am wondering if this is because it has more of a fantasy steam punk setting. What do you as a reader like to read?
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