Why I Write
I write because the world needs more magic.
I write because there are stories of unexpected heroes yet to be told.
I write so young women can read stories of females who are unbound by what our society deems correct.
I write to tip the world at an angle where readers might see their surroundings from a different point of view.
I write to give my audience an escape from the mundane.
I write to bring wonder to everyday things.
I write to explore the possibilities lurking in the shadows.
I write to allow readers to live other lives so their compassion might grow.
I write to challenge my readers to see beyond their own experiences and expectations.
I write to create change in our world.
Fantastic worlds. Unlikely Heroes.