Author, Artist & Intuitive Symbolist

On Sale September 22

I’m proud to announce that I have a short story in The Chicken Soup for the Soul series, Dreams and Premonitions. The story is about a synchronistic dream of an Indian Guide who gave me the courage to change my life.

Sixth sense, gut feeling, instinct. Whatever you call it, sometimes we have no logical reason for knowing something—but still we know it. In this collection, you’ll read 101 stories of intuition, insight, and inspiration that will amaze you and encourage you tap into your own inner wisdom


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Are you ready to transform your life no matter what it looks like?

Do you want to have a deeper relationship with your True Self?

Are you ready to experience magic and joy in your life?

Do you want to manifest all that you desire?

Do you have strange dreams but don’t understand what they could possibly mean?

Do you want to develop your own internal guidance system (IGS) and find answers to any problem that you may have?


Learn how to make an illustration! Shelley will teach you how to make a great composition by covering the basic building blocks for creating an illustration. The five steps are:

1. Format/Purpose
2. Concept/Idea
3. Composition/Finished Sketch
4. Reference
5. Completion

Work In Progress

Oghalon is the working title of the mystical fantasy novel for middle grade readers that I am currently working on. Although I’ve been writing and rewriting this story for quite awhile, this W.I.P. is nearly finished and will also have pencil illustrations. Come see what I’m creating!

Recent Blog Posts

Animal Symbolism—Grasshopper

Animal Symbolism—Grasshopper

I’m still amazed when an animal, or in this case, an insect appears so that there can be…

A Honeymoon Tale

A Honeymoon Tale

My honeymoon included dog poop, burned hair and a family doctor (not in that order). And that’s not…

Animal Symbolism—Cardinal

Animal Symbolism—Cardinal

A red cardinal is a glorious sight to behold, especially against the backdrop of newly fallen snow, so…

Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.

Alice in Wonderland.