I've been daydreaming about dragons for as long as I can remember. I started by dictating my stories to my mother. Later, I started filling my composition notebooks with fiction instead of homework.

When I finally learned how to type, my mother had to place time limits on Microsoft Word when I hovered over a blinking cursor more often than a television. There are constantly ideas bouncing around in my brain.

This site is about the story that stuck.


I've been trying to write my YA fantasy, casually nicknamed #dragonbook, since around age 11 or 12. There are some truly horrendous rough drafts, scattered scenes, world-building encyclopedias, and character profiles scattered across every laptop I've owned.

Today, I'm represented by Jennifer Wills at the Seymour Agency, doing my best to bring my dragon book to your bookshelves. Here's to chasing wild dreams.


I write dragons by night, but by day, I'm doing what I love in a more technical context. I graduated college in May 2019 with my B.S. in Strategic Communication.

In the past, I've written for my local newspaper as a panelist, bi-weekly columnist, and full-time intern. I've also been a copywriter, a contracted data editor, and an intermittent freelancer.

But somehow, at 23, I'm still the teenage girl that believes in dragons. By night, I get to make them to come life. (And maybe also on my lunch break...)