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.
If you’d like to know more about Alexandra’s work that explores our innate wisdom and well-being, head on over to StopSufferingAbout.com.
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.