Kelly is the amazing author of this fine book below.
If the book cover intrigues you, here is a synopsis and a link to where you can buy it.
After a hurricane destroys her home, Lily Jordan is ready for life to get back to normal. That would be easy if her mother’s recent engagement hadn’t landed her in a house along Southeast Texas’ most haunted ghost road. The secluded scenic road is steeped in rich history and legends, but when Lily is given an old diary on her birthday, will she find that those legends hold more for her future than she’s bargained for?
With the help of new friends, Hunter and Owen, and forbidden love, Talon, will she uncover dark secrets from the past and find the key to her own gifts? Is it fate or circumstance that brought Lily to her new home? Normal gives way to the paranormal in book one of the Light Keeper series where mystery and suspense keeps you guessing until the very last page.
Recently, Kelly answered a few fun questions of mine in a little interview.
I hope you enjoy.
Me: What is your favorite word?
Kelly: Wow, I have so many and that’s like choosing a favorite child! I’ll go ahead and say… Inspiration. It’s a very important word to me as a writer and artist.
Me: What is your least favorite word?
Kelly: Doubt. Doubt is crippling.
Me: What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
Kelly: Positive people, laughter, and I also love spooky things, ghost stories, mystery. I love music with inspiring lyrics. So many things. That’s another hard one.
Me: What turns you off?
Kelly: Bullies and other ugly-hearted people.
Me: What is your favorite curse word?
Kelly: Shit. I’m from the south, so I tend to draw it out when I say it and sometimes I add extra syllables just to make it interesting. Shee-ayt!
(Greatest. Answer. Ever!)
Me: What sound or noise do you love?
Kelly: I love wind chimes. They are very relaxing and remind me of sitting on porches and visiting with family and friends. I’ve spent some quality time on porches.
Me: What sound or noise do you hate?
Kelly: Power tools. Any kind of power tool sets my nerves on edge.
Me: What profession other than your own would you like to attempt?
Kelly: I wish I were an art teacher. I think that would be fun. I love art and I love teaching and doing demonstrations. I used to teach cake decorating years ago.
Me: What profession would you not like to do?
Kelly: Well, I suck at math, so anything that has to do with numbers would be a nightmare.
Me: If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates?
Kelly: “What took you so long? We’ve been waiting for you!”