Author has written 14 stories for Grey's Anatomy, and Castle.
I believe in the every day magic of life. I mean things that I can see or touch. Like, um, the stars that glisten in the sky at night, or the smell of the sea or honeysuckles in the spring, or the way that I feel when I hear Keith Urban play guitar. It's...
My mother’s maiden name, Smythe. I have no siblings, which means I have, uh zero nieces and nephews. I like raspberry rocky road ice cream, a good glass of red wine, occasionally Grey Goose and Red Bull. I love to watch Castle. And I cheat when I do the weekend crossword. I always dance in public. Um, favorite novel: A Tree Grows in Brooklyn. Favorite band: Maroon 5. My favorite color is red. I don’t like light red, burgundy. The scar right here under my eye, that’s why I don’t like Huskies anymore. And I live in Atlanta. And all these stories are mine.
“There is a universal truth we all have to face, whether we want to or not: everything eventually ends. As much as I’ve looked forward to this day, I’ve always disliked endings. The last day of summer, the final chapter of a great book, parting ways with a close friend. But endings are inevitable. Leaves fall, you close the book, you say goodbye. Today is one of those days for us. Today we say goodbye to everything that was familiar. Everything that was comfortable. We’re moving on. But just because we’re leaving, and that hurts, there are some people who are so much a part of us they’ll be with us no matter what. They are our solid ground, our North Star, and the small clear voices that will be with us always."
"Some people believe that without history, our lives amount to nothing. At some point we all have to choose: do we fall back on what we know, or do we step forward to something new? It's hard not to be haunted by our past. Our history is what shapes us... what guides us. Our history resurfaces time after time after time. So we have to remember sometimes the most important history is the history we’re making today."