Quinn is a child of the West having called New Mexico, Nevada, California, and Arizona home. Her love for books and stories has taken her on insane journey through film school all the way to the stomping grounds of J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis. She self-describes as a ‘wannabe writer’ hoping that one day an editor will find her writing alright enough to get published. In the meantime, she enjoys playing her double bass, Beulah, and preaching that the golden age of film was in the 1980s.
Pizza Girl follows a pregnant 18-year-old girl who delivers pizzas and is constantly smothered with love and support by her boyfriend and mother. In Frazier's debut novel, she is a master at causing all your muscles to tense up as you follow Pizza Girl's ever-growing obsession with struggling housewife, Jenny, after delivering the very common, pizza with pickles. Pizza Girl explores what it means to realize that we are flawed human beings and the bumpy path that we take to figure out who we are in the end.