About Me

I was born and raised in Florida, but I’d have to say I felt most at home when I lived and worked in Japan. Traveling is what sparks my imagination, so living in another country really sparked my imagination and shortly after getting back from Japan I wrote and published my first novel, “Rose is Spellbound.” I also have a travel blog called wanderingteacher which was the inspiration for my author website’s name, wanderingteacherbooks.

This blog has all things author. I typically post about word counts, author events, income breakdowns, author tips, my publication process for the Nymph’s Revenge and Gemstone Massacre series, and much more.

Don’t be afraid to check out a post or two and have fun exploring.

I was born and raised in Florida. Until I had finished college I had contented myself with traveling around the U.S. However, soon after I left college I decided I wanted to go to another country. My biggest dream was always to go to Japan and after applying to a program so I could teach abroad, I got in.

I went to Japan to work as an ALT (Assistant Language Teacher). I traveled and lived in Japan for 1 year, created my own travel blog on hubpages as wanderingteacher, and visited several places in Japan including Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Fukuoka, Miyajima, Kawazu, Beppu, Yufuin, Kumamoto, Nagano, Kawaguchiko, and Sapporo to name a few.

On the way back from Japan, I visited several other places including South Korea, The Phillipines, Indonesia, Singapore, Italy, and Malta.

My wandering feet still weren’t willing to rest, and I went on my Birthright trip to Israel in Winter 2018-2019. It was an amazing experience.

On top of writing about my travels you will also see information about my publication process for my debut novella. My first two book in my Nymph’s Revenge series are published, and I’m currently working on my LGBTQIA+ Arthurian fantasy series, the Gemstone Massacre series.

Have fun exploring.

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