I live in beautiful northwest Arkansas in a big blue castle with two princesses and two princes, a handsome king, and several loyal cats (and one dog). I fill my days with slaying dragons at traffic lights, earning stars at Starbucks, and sparring with the dishes. I also enter the amazing magical kingdom of my mind to pull out stories...

Glitters

What's New?

Book 1 in my Guardian Angel Academy book is up for preorder now!!!

 

Evil exists. I know—I was created from it.

But somehow, I was given a chance at redemption. Somehow, I got enrolled here. And somehow, I have to prove myself worthy of my angel wings.

Or I'll get sent back where I came from.

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Writing Light

into the Darkness

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What People Are Saying.

Vendetta Review Tamara Hart Heiner

"I loved the whole series. I couldn't get enough of these books all the characters just pull you in so much and I was so happy about the ending!"

Shades of Raven review Tamara Hart Heiner

"The flow of the story was easy to keep up with. I found myself rooting for them and there HEA. Everyone deserves to be loved. I highly recommend this book."

Cassandra Jones S6 Review Tamara Hart Heiner

"These are reads you can feel good about.

I love that Cassie has a good family, and her troubles are the kind we'd like to see kids handling. It's refreshing and relevant."

 
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     It began years ago when a friend helped me see an overarching theme in everything I write: social issues. But another writer helped me see that this is more than a writing preference: it's a calling. And it's one I should embrace because of the lives I can touch and change. Even when I try to write light and happy, the darker themes peek through.

     Because the reality is, I see the dark things in life. I've experienced the dark things in life. And when I'm writing, I want to shed light on these hard topics. I write into the darkness so I can give it light and hope and redemption. I want to show people who have walked in the darkness that they are not alone and there is light! And I want to show those who have never experienced darkness that they can still have empathy and compassion and understanding for people walking through the darkness.

Maybe they can even be that light.