I am a New York City girl living in Florida. I started my first manuscript Wait for Me over seven years ago. Since then the book has evolved into a series containing six full length novels under the name Vision Records.
I write diverse contemporary Haitian-American romances that also deal with the joys and growing pains associated with growing up in a Haitian family.
In addition to my upbringing, my work as an educator has also informed my work as a writer. I like to write characters with dark pasts, and strong personalities, who are often times dealing with emotional, physical, and psychological disorders, but who ultimately rise above their challenges to be with the ones they love.
My novels were inspired by the many African American, Hispanic, and Russian romance novels I've read over the years. In that time I've noticed that my Haitian-American and Haitian brothers and sisters are not generally represented in any of the romance sub-genres. Where are our heroines and book boyfriends? I believe there is a market for our stories, and I'd like to introduce you to the first in a growing series.