OverviewWhen Julie Fletcher, a switchboard operator in the small, coal mining town of Roslyn, WA starts listening in on calls, she has no idea of the consequences awaiting her. In thinking that she can provide her fiancé Hal Oatridge with names of those disloyal to the established union, she doesn't foresee that certain information will lead to a murder setup that changes not only her life, but those surrounding her. In trying to mend her trespasses, Julie finds herself grappling with the relationship she holds dear, her conscience and her faith in God.
Since I was a little girl, I've filled pages with words, feeling the need to keep a record of my imagination. I also lost myself in libraries, often savoring the stories of others. My love of the creative arts led me to pursue a BA in Literature/Writing from Whitworth University (2003) and a Masters in Secondary Education (English) from the University of Phoenix (2007).
When I'm not working on my handful of as-yet unpublished novels, I am often working in the South Kitsap School district, running, trying out a new coffeehouse or spending time with my husband Justin and or two wonderful children, Trenton and Josie.