“Margaret May Reis knows how strange she is; people have been telling her for years. At sixteen years old, though, Maggie begins to realize that strangeness is only half the story. Maggie isn’t just strange – she’s a witch.” I know that fans of Switch have been waiting a long time for the next installment … More The Witches of Armour Hill
Love short stories? Love horror, fantasy, and speculative fiction? Love vampires, werewolves, and zombies? Well then, Whispers: A Collection of Dark Tales is definitely the book for you – and right now, you can get your Kindle copy for just $0.99! A loving mother returned from the grave. A vampire fallen prey to her own … More Whispers – $0.99 for a limited time only!
Hey everyone! A few months back I switched my website over to Shopify. While I love their templates and storefront, their blog system left something to be desired – so here I am, back on WordPress. I’ve integrated my WordPress blog into my Shopify website, and now I’m enjoying the best of both worlds. So … More We’re back!
To prepare for the release of the first book in my Witches of Armour Hill series (and to celebrate the completion of the first draft), I will be serializing the entire unedited novel on WattPad, while my editors and I work to perfect the edition that will be released through Kindle (and eventually in paperback)! … More The Witches of Armour Hill on WattPad!
The first draft of my next novel, the first installment in a series called The Witches of Armour Hill, is now complete! Let the ruthless editing begin. I’ll be trying out a new process with this one; once the first rounds of edits are complete, I’ll be serializing the entire manuscript on my new Wattpad … More The Witches of Armour Hill
I recently had the pleasure of acquainting myself with Louise Collins, a twenty-something year old writer from Bristol with a very important story to tell. “Depression consumed my life taking me with it and this is the story of why. I struggled to tell some people why I had fallen down a rabbit hole that I … More Nonfiction Girl-Trash Fairy-Tale
The wait has been agonizing, but the day is finally here! Benjamin is now available. And then he reaches for me, and although his strength is low and his limbs are shrunken, he pulls me onto his lap and folds me up. He cradles me. His greatest creation. He holds my hair in tight handfuls, … More Benjamin – Available Now!
A story of letting go and of those left behind, Benjamin explores the deep and complicated facets of human emotion. It follows Amily, a young woman, through her long and tumultuous relationship with Benjamin, who has over the years been dream, friend, teacher, lover, and finally, uneasy companion. When she learns that Benjamin has been … More Benjamin
#3 – Sunshine, by Robin McKinley Sunshine is the only novel by Robin McKinley that I’ve actually found the time to read (although I hear she has a Beauty and the Beast retelling that I would absolutely adore) but this single story was enough to cement her name in my mind. Her writing is absolutely … More #3 – Sunshine, by Robin McKinley
#4 – The Gemma Doyla Trilogy, by Libba Bray Libba Bray was a writer whose voice captured me immediately. She has beautiful style, accomplishing a 19th century tone without pushing it so far that it becomes tiresome. Her narratives are desperately compelling, and this story had me hooked from the first page. I devoured … More #4 – The Gemma Doyla Trilogy, by Libba Bray