I am a Corporate America escapee turned eco-organic farmer, writer, activist, serial entrepreneur and published book author. Much of my writing focuses on organic farming, racial equality, feminism and politics.
How I Started Writing
In 2008 my husband and I left our jobs in Corporate America and moved to Puerto Rico to buy an organic farm. Not long after we moved here, I started doing content writing and ghostwriting for clients. Both my parents were professional writers, and I figured the apple couldn't have fallen too far from the tree.
Initially I wrote about everything under the sun. Over the course of five years, I have ghostwritten hundreds of articles and 15 books. As I worked out that writing muscle, I discovered the subjects that made me happiest.
The topics / genres I love to write about the most:
- Addiction (substance abuse, process addictions)
- Health and medical
- Race / Gender / LGBTQ advocacy
- Being Biracial / multiracial
- Eco-organic farming
Below are the various adventures / ventures that occupy my mind and heart.
Being Biracial: the Anthology and Beyond
Self-identification is an important topic for me, so much so that along with 10-time published author, Bryony Sutherland, I co-authored the published book Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide.
The anthology is a collection of essays of 24 contributors from around the world (including Bryony’s and mine) who are Biracial / multiracial, the parent of mixed race children or both.
To see some of my bylined writing, please visit my portfolio.