Summer 2016 — The sequel to Sophie & Carter. <–I know I’ve been promising this for years, but Sophie and Carter’s story was very personal for me so I wanted to make sure I did their sequel justice and gave it all the time and attention it deserved. And now it’s finally coming! Thanks for being patient, guys.
Late 2016 — An MG series about a young girl who moves to the UK and uncovers some ancient magic. This one is SUPER fun! It’s beautiful and mysterious and enchanting and haunting…it’s everything I love about fiction.
Late 2016 — A YA/NA fantasy novel about a warrior girl who falls in love with her enemy. <–This is my favorite story to work on at the moment. I don’t plan to release this for a few years, but it WILL happen. And when it does? Watch. Out. #epic
(I may never publish these stories, but I’m writing them anyway.)
A YA/NA murder mystery. Because I’m ADD and can’t help but skip around different genres. It’s Psych meets Nancy Drew. I KNOW.
A YA/NA Sci-fi story about two slaves who fall in love and try to escape their prison.
A spin-off novella of my Finding Fate series, centered around Ellen’s character. Ellen’s story is, well…hopelessly romantic and I’d love to share it with my new adult fans.
A YA superhero series similar to the X-Men, but more romantic. I’ve already written three books in this series, but they suck. So yeah.
An Archers of Avalon prequel, telling Raven’s dark side of the story. 😉
A YA horror novel! I know, I know. Horror doesn’t “sound” like me, but this isn’t your typical horror story. It’s a love story, with some spooky suspense.
A YA contemporary story about the value of time and the choice to be happy. This is a heavy one–heavier than Sophie & Carter–and I basically bawl my eyes out whenever I work on it, so I’m not sure if I’ll ever let anyone else read it.
A YA contemporary about two high school kids who set their teachers up. I effing love writing this one because it’s SO high school. Ah! My favorite. But it doesn’t really have an ending yet.
An NA historical story about a Scotsman and an English girl who fall in love despite the hostile relations between their countries. This is based on the true story of my great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandparents. They did radical things to stay together in a time when loving the enemy was treason, and I think that’s epic and worth writing about.
A YA fantasy about prophecies and chosen ones and magical realms and forbidden love. There’s a good chance I’ll never finish this one because it’s such a long story in my head. But whatever. The hero is humble and the heroine is fearless and that’s my favorite combo, so I shall write on! 🙂
A YA thriller about…well, I could tell you, but then I’d have to kill you. Slowly. And methodically. And then you’d have to keep reading to find out who I am…