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I’ve always loved stories, and found early on that mysteries most appealed to me. Although my career path was set on psychology, there were times during college when I wondered if I should have been an English major instead. Later, as a mental health professional, I was excited to discover Jonathan Kellerman’s protagonist, Doctor Alex Delaware, and have read each book in that series. The same with books featuring Stephen White’s psychologist, Doctor Alan Gregory. Sarah Lovett’s Doctor Sylvia Strange books rounded out the trio. 

The adage “write what you know” and the corollary, “write what you love” motivated me to bring Doctor Bryce Davison into the world. Closer Than You Think is the first work in the planned series. As you’ll discover, Bryce must face his demons in order to truly save others. Look for his character to evolve over time.

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“Words were originally magic, and the word retains much of its old magical power even to-day. With words one man can make another blessed, or drive him to despair; by words the teacher transfers his knowledge to the pupil; by words the speaker sweeps his audience with him and determines its judgments and decisions. Words call forth effects and are the universal means of influencing human beings.”