“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” ~Harriet Tubman
I like to write novels about dreams, past lives, other worlds, and making impossibilities seem possible.
I love to read about characters who aren’t what they seem and seem to be what they aren’t.
I live for all things fall and would die without a change of seasons.
I like my meat well done and my veggies on the mushy side.
Halloween and ren fairs. A good beer and a great burger. Over ripe bananas. All cats and most dogs. Wonder Woman and Belle. All things chocolate.
I could do without:
Asparagus and lima beans. Anything with skinny in the title. People who don’t use their turn signals. The Housewives of anywhere. Negativity.
Savannah Reynard wanted to have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and win an Oscar for best actress until she stumbled upon an abnormal psychology class and fell in love with the human psyche. She now combines her creative side with her experience working in the mental health field to write about characters who rise from their lowest points and achieve their undiscovered potential in her fantasy and paranormal romances. In these worlds, she makes sure everyone gets their happily ever afters. Savannah’s own storybook ending consists of living in the Chicagoland area with her two favorite men in the world, her husband and son, along with two quirky cats and one very lovable black lab.