Bio-engineered to be the only redhead in a generation of blonds, she feels that “aliens” may actually be the best answer for a lifetime of being asked, “Where did you get that red hair from?”
She did not come into writing from years of scribbling words on paper. Her background is rooted in visual arts and making pictures. Encouraged to make those pictures out of words Lulu began writing just to see what would happen. What happened was two full-length manuscripts in three months.
With the guidance of friends who wrote, Lulu found a tribe who helped and encouraged her and mostly convinced her that she was not crazy when her characters would speak to her. She loves to give back to this tribe and encourage other writers along their journeys.
Lulu is raising her children with the expectation they will rule the world someday. So far they are not disappointing her or her romance-hero quality husband (seriously, the man even comes with long, flowing black hair).
Lulu cannot ride a horse, a motorcycle, spin a hula hoop, or play roller derby. Yes, she has attempted all of those, even if it has been decades since she’s been on a horse or a motorcycle. After all, with the expectation of being a little crazy simply because of one little genetic mutation, why not attempt to live up to the reputation that proceeds her?
Lulu would like to apologize for her contribution to the hole on the ozone layer from her use of hairspray in the 1980’s.
“After years of imagining an inner realm of friends, scenarios and places, I decided it was time to share my stories with the world.”