Did you read and love Legacy of Tril: Soulbound, but hated that cliffhanger ending? Seven years ago, the sequel was cancelled by the publisher (because business), BUT…I’ve decided to publish it myself this August, because you Minions deserve better.
So far, it’s available for pre-order at Amazon and at Barnes & Noble, but will be published in other places – such as Kobo and Google Play. More links to come soon, but for now, grab that pre-order and get ready for August 4, 2020!Read More
It’s been seven years in the making, Minions, but I am thrilled out of my mind to share with you the cover and release date for Legacy of Tril: Soulbroken! It’s coming your way August 4, 2020, so get ready! And don’t forget to PRE-ORDER NOW! (Please note: other formats will be announced as soon as they are available for pre-order)
Here’s the description! (Spoiler alert: if you haven’t read Soulbound, you may want to avoid this description)
Sometimes you have to break the rules to discover the truth.
In this long-awaited follow up to LEGACY OF TRIL: SOULBOUND, Healer Kaya is shocked to learn that she is Soulbound to Darius, the Barron she secretly trained with at Shadow Academy. But when Darius is sent away before she can get answers, Kaya is left with no choice but to follow...Read More
Hey, Minions! As if Soulbroken being released in August and Into the Real being released in October weren’t enough…I have a story featured in the upcoming anthology Don’t Turn Out the Lights: A Tribute to Alvin Schwartz’s Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark! Headed your way September 1, 2020.
I absolutely LOVED Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark when I was younger, and still love those stories today. Honestly, I’d be hard-pressed to pick a fave. So I can’t tell you how excited I am to have contributed to this anthology. My story is called “Whistle Past the Graveyard”.
Check out this cover!Read More
INTO THE REAL hits stores October 6, 2020!
What’s it about?
“Three Quinns. Three realities. Three Brumes.
The first Brume is a waking nightmare, overrun by literal monsters and cutthroat survivors. For Quinn, who is openly genderqueer, the only silver lining is their friendship with Lia—and the hope that there might still be a safe place somewhere else in the world.
The second Brume is a prison with no bars. Forced to “sort out” their sexuality with other teens at Camp Redemption, Quinn must also figure out why presenting as female has never felt quite right.
The third Brume is a warzone. For Quinn, who presents as male, leading the Resistance against an authoritarian government is hard, since even the Resistance might not accept them if they knew Quinn’s truth.
As Quinn starts to ...Read More