Mae is the middle child of five and quite the daydreamer. Growing up in a home with no dishwasher and a house full of siblings meant a never-ending pile of dirty dishes that never belonged to anyone. Just for kicks – yes, she’s a weird girl – Mae would roll up her sleeves, fill up the sink, and dig in while her mind took off. Sometimes standing there for hours while others snuck by to catch sight of the girl who talked to the wall with no window.
Fast forward to present day and that silly, little girl can still be found in a room full of chaos and a mind full of dreams.
So what does she do with so many dreams flying around inside her head? She finds the gumption to write them down and share them with others. Others who may need a break from the piling dishes in their own kitchen or the piling of anything else one needs escaping.
“Where The Wheat Blows” is her debut novel and she will be the first to say that it isn’t for everyone. A story is never one size fits all, but if this story does find its way to you, she hopes it’s a good fit.
She hopes it finds you and finds you well…