Valerie has always possessed a vivid imagination and a mind full of stories waiting to be told. As life moves forward, her pen has finally hit paper and incandescent sagas are being written. Her passion has transformed itself into the Fatum Book Saga, Unseen Wings Trilogy, Absent Yet Present, and a number of short stories. May you find a fable of deceit or perhaps a love story to fill your heart. Welcome to her journey…
Valerie lives with her husband and their three children in Dallas, TX.
Ten things you MUST know about Valerie!
1) Her electric tea kettle and Anthropologie mug are her prized possessions. If she didn’t have them, her dream of writing would have never, ever come true. Totally serious!
2) She has a strange obsession with Pandora…and longs to have dinner with Evanescence at a fancy-smancy resteraunt.
3) Made the national and international news in early 2009 due to a crazy idea. If you ever want to know WHAT that crazy idea was, ask her. She just might tell you.
4) Has a dog who believes she’s a human. This wild animal also has sneaky tendencies to eat the leftovers right off of the kids’ plates when no one is looking.
5) Hardly ever watches TV. Yawn…but when she does, it’s usually re-runs of Seinfeld, Friends, The Big Bang Theory or Andy Griffith.
6) Is an only child with two awesome parents who not only support her writing, but encourage it. Did I mention they are also incredible grandparents?!
7) Loves her husband more than life itself. Everyone says that, but this girl means it! The second book in the Fatum Saga was her husband’s idea. He spoke it, she wrote it. <—-Writing still in progress.
8) Works for a crazy awesome company called IntelliGender! She is their social media guru…and biggest fan. When she isn’t writing, she’s interacting with thousands of fans worldwide through her employer. And, she wears her slippers while doing it.
9) Harry Potter rocks…The End.
10) Will never ever stop writing! She would love to work with a publisher some day, but until then, self-publishing is her devoted friend. Writing is a work of art. If the story is great, it doesn’t matter when, where or how it gets published!