St. James lives in an 1895 farmhouse in the middle of nowhere. A victim of
insomnia, she lies awake most nights listening for the footsteps of ghosts and
spinning stories in her head. Her overactive imagination is graciously indulged by her musician significant other, and enthusiastically encouraged by her spooky cat, Sam.
She writes both adult and middle grade fiction. Her short stories have appeared in :
The Periodical Forlorn
The Elephant Ladder
Share Your Scare Volume 4
The Spectre Review
La Presa Literary Journal
Theme of Absence
3 Moon Magazine
Night Terrors Volume 12
The Vanishing Point
Hippocampus Literary Magazine
The Writing Quarter (contest winner)
She is currently seeking representation for her middle-grade mystery novel, "The Mermaid of Agawam Bay", while working on her second novel, "Romance is Dead". An excerpt of "The Mermaid of Agawam Bay" was featured in Shenandoah Magazine's Fall 2021 issue, along with an accompanying essay, titled, "Let a Little Magic In."