Showing posts from January, 2014

The Moonlight Cravings Anthology: Moonlight Rhapsody

Hi all! While I’m busy editing away on The Vanishing Girl and The Cursed , I have another awesome project to tell you all about! Coming soon, I will be releasing a paranormal romance novella in The Moonlight Cravings Anthology . I’m ridiculously excited about this, both because it’s a new genre for me, and because I’m working alongside some other lovely authors! For those of you who are fans of King Hall , Scarlett Dawn is also publishing a novella in the anthology as well—so twice the reason to read it! Make sure to add it on Goodreads if you’re interested! I wrote up a rough sketch on what it’s about and inserted it below. I’d love to hear your thoughts! Here’s the story’s description: Callypso Lillis is a siren with a very big problem, one that stretches up her arm and far into her past. For the last ten years she’s been collecting a bracelet of black beads up her wrist, magical IOUs for favors she’s received. Only death or repayment will fulfill the obligati

Excerpt from The Vanishing Girl

Hi everyone, I’ve been busy this new year editing my newest project, The Vanishing Girl . It’s the first book in a NA trilogy about a girl who has the ability to teleport. I’ve been super excited to share this book with you, so I felt that I’d share a short excerpt with you: I joined the loose crowd of people waiting to get on the bus and tried to look inconspicuous. It didn’t work. Just as I reached for my MUNI pass, a hand caught my wrist and dragged it behind me. “I don’t think so, tiger.” The voice was low and sexy, and I could hear the smile in his words. That did nothing but piss me off. “What. The fuck ?” I said. Loudly. We San Franciscans are the people’s people, loving, forward thinking, and ready to fight for the underdog. I just hoped those who watched saw me as that. Apparently, some did. Two separate men who’d been waiting to board the bus now stepped towards us. The man detaining me slid my backpack off, grabbed my other arm and tugged it behind me.