• A bonus story for A Touch of Magic + One World blurb

    More news! An Extra Story in A Touch of Magic One of the authors who planned to participate in the upcoming anthology A Touch of Magic had to pull out, so I was able to submit an extra story for the book! So there will be two stories (both fairy tale retellings) from me in the collection. The bonus story, “Witch,” is a spin on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid…

  • News!

    New Short Story Announcement! At the beginning of the year, I wasn’t anticipating to have any new releases under this pen name for 2019, but the year has proven me wrong! I’m so excited to announce that the upcoming anthology A Touch of Magic from Snowy Wings Publishing will include my story “The Cursed Tower”! This story is a Rapunzel retelling with a Gothic twist and I’m very excited to…

  • I Heart Lesfic Spring Mega Sale

    Just wanted to drop in real quick with a note that I’m participating in the I Heart Lesfic Spring Mega Sale! Over one hundred authors of lesbian fiction have banded together for this mega sale, where you can grab tons of books at deep discounts! There were so many books that the organizers had to break them down over two pages: romance and everything else. On the “everything else” page,…

  • Read CinderellA.I. for free now!

    You may have seen posts about this on social media last week, but if not: “CinderellA.I.”, my short story from Magic at Midnight, has been released as a stand-alone short story, and you can read it for free now! It’s available on Prolific Works, Gumroad, and other major e-book retailers. Check out the beautiful cover from DesignRAN! Madeline knows her role in life—such as it is. She’s an animatron, a…

  • “Gale” is available widely!

    Just a quick note today to let you all know that “Gale,” my short sci-fi retelling of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, is now available at ebook retailers outside of Amazon! Miranda doesn’t want to be different. On Gale, being different can get you killed. When her seizures began, Miranda tried to keep her abnormality secret. But then the visions started—ominous hallucinations of strange lights in the sky, an otherworldly monster with…

  • Looking back on 2018

    I posted this on Twitter about a week and a half ago, but I wanted to share it here as well: Since everyone’s been doing threads talking about their accomplishments from 2018, I wanted to join in because I’m really proud of how much I got done this year. 🎉 I edited an anthology for the first time since 2015! It was a lot of work and will probably be the…

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