Urban Fantasy Author
I am the mother of three gloriously opinionated children who are my happy ending. I write character-driven Urban Fantasy which offers light romance and involves magical components in a real world setting.
FIRE is a three part Urban Fantasy series about a transitioning fire elemental. Each book could also stand alone as a single novel, but the storyline works toward a unified theme.
FIRE Volume I: SPARK is complete at 88,000 words.
FIRE Volume II: FLAME is complete at 80,000 words.
FIRE Volume III: BLAZE is complete at 82,000 words.
Learn more about the FIRE series here.
Works in Progress
SEASONS is a 4 part Urban Fantasy series with a romance theme. Each book stands alone as a single novel, but the characters are tied together throughout the series.
SEASONS Volume I: SPRING’S SHOWER is complete at 84,000 words. (currently undergoing extensive edits)
SEASONS Volume II: SUMMER’S BREEZE is complete at 80,000 words. (currently undergoing extensive edits)
SEASONS Volume III: EARTH’S FALL is incomplete, with a partial outline created.
SEASONS Volume IV: WINTER’S FIRE hasn’t been started.
Learn more about the SEASONS series here.
SYNERGY is a Romantic Comedy. I’m only a few chapters into it, but here’s the blurb:
Alexis makes matchmaking seem easy. With a 100% success rate, things couldn’t be better for her business. She loves her single life, and she leaves the coupling for her Synergy clients. She maintains a healthy work-life balance by keeping them completely separate. How will she handle it when they merge?
CONSUME is a Supernatural Fiction. I wrote a single chapter for this quite some time ago, and it was a little too dark for me to continue with it at that time so it got back-burnered. It’s a land of cannibal children, chemically altered with a desire to “consume”. Here’s the blurb:
We wanted to promote spending and find an updraft in a downward spiraling economy, but ultra-consumerism can’t come without sacrifices. We sacrificed our children, and now, we’ll never survive them.
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