A WALL FOR TEETH AND STINGERS
In the summer of 2017, small town America is terrorized as a swarm of American honey bees migrates its way across the country at unprecedented speeds. Without warning, the mass begins descending upon unknowing residences, trapping entire families inside their homes. The news is calling it the lottery of nightmares.
"A well-written mishmash of King and Crichton." - Amazon Review
"Incredibly intense and impossible to put down." - Goodreads Review
"Could not put down! A great mystery/thriller with vivid, multi-dimensional characters." -Goodreads Review
I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease when I was nineteen years old, and like so many others, it was an incredibly isolating experience. And in that isolation, there's so much room for fear to grow—fear about what's happening to your body, fear of that next doctor's appointment, fear of leaving your home.
One of the reasons I love horror fiction so much is because the genre holds space for its authors to examine the things that scare them most. In my work, I explore some of the impacts of IBD on my life, while also raising awareness about a disease that affects so many. If you have a similar story, let's connect.