New Mystery Story Makes History

My new short story, “Stranger at the Bad Luck Ball,” made history! At the Minnesota History Center that is. Inspired by Sherlock Holmes: The Exhibition on display at Minnesota History Center, writers were asked to “tap into your inner Arthur Conan Doyle and write a short mystery involving a Minnesota historical figure or event.”

I chose a real historical event held by F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald a century ago. Read my story at the link to find out what happened!



Magical Story for YA Readers

These initial reviews for NAMING THE STARS suggest you read the book for yourself for a satisfying and interesting read.
Editorial Reviews
Magical story for young-adult readers.” — St. Paul Pioneer Press, September 25, 2016
NetGalley and GoodReads Praise
****”Great book for reluctant teen readers… that has captured their frustration and angst about life perfectly.” –Ann, NetGalley and GoodReads reviewer.
“After reading the synopsis I was excited to read this book. And I wasn’t disappointed. Good storyline, good character development, I loved this one.” — Tracee G, Reviewer, NetGalley
**** –Jantine K, NetGalley Reviewer
**** –Toni H, NetGalley Reviewer
**** –Sofia G, NetGalley Reviewer