At the moment, she is working on the next book in her Town Called Horse historical mystery series.
Alexandra began her writing career with an award-winning memoir about ten years she spent in a cult in the 1990s. She has written four animal adventures for middle grade readers, set on a fictional island in the Salish Sea, two historical mysteries set in 1890 in frontier British Columbia, and a cozy romantic mystery.
For two years Alexandra hosted a podcast where she interviewed mystery and thriller authors about their books, their characters and their writing inspiration. It’s a Mystery Podcast is a great way for readers to be introduced to amazing new authors in the mystery genre.
A former Vancouverite, Alexandra now lives in a magical coastal town on Vancouver Island and spends each morning writing and the rest of the day thinking about writing.
She loves hearing from readers. You can contact her here.
A Few Useless Facts About Alexandra
I am a personal growth junkie.
I often listen to the sound of ocean waves or thunderstorms when I’m writing. (Like right now.)
I like raisins, but not when they’re in other foods. Same with nuts.
My spirit animal is a bear. (For serious.)
I am not a fan of the demon vegetable Brassica oleracea Gemmifera Group – aka, brussel sprouts.
I love driving. And napping. (Although not usually at the same time.)
Leslie Knope is my favorite superhero.