I tend to be a lousy blogger, but that's usually because I forget to keep the information up to date. Something like this may be good for me becuase there's always some sort of notice coming in that reminds me its there.

Short version: I'm a teacher, writer, reader, Star Wars geek, gamer, and Christian, not necessarily in that order.

I've taught both biology and chemistry, though currently, I'm trying to get the formal certification for chemistry because my license says biology. Course work is done. Now come the lovely Praxis II exams.

I write in several genres: YA/ "real world" science fiction, "other world" science fiction, and Christian.

I will be republishing Ashlynn's Dreams soon as a kindle because I wasn't happy with it being $9.99 for a glorified email. I'd like to put all my early works out at $0.99 kindles, but I may go with $0.98 just because I don't like jumping on the bandwagon with a gazillion other people who have kindles priced the same :-) That, by the way, is the extent of my rebellious streak. Mostly, I'm a fairly straightforward, even keeled person.

I should go work on the book I'm writing though so I can get some sleep tonight.

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