I’ve always been a writer, always wanted to be a published writer, but it took a long time for me to get to the point where I was comfortable enough with my own writing to share it with others. I’ve been writing stories, mostly in my head,  since I was a little girl, but it wasn’t until college that I was finally able to sit down and write a full length novel from beginning to end. The first four weren’t very good, but number five, an epic YA fantasy that topped over 140,000 words, was the first novel that I shared with friends (and yes, they read all 140,000 words without complaint!). I quickly wrote the sequel before realizing YA novels should be a heck of a lot shorter. Whoops. Word count in mind, I set out to write something I could actually query without causing agents to run far, far away once they saw how long it was. THE SIGHT SEER, a paranormal thriller, was born in the summer of 2011 during the course of forty-two days. It features monsters, cute guys and one incredibly sarcastic heroine.