Novels & Short Fiction

 

Horizon

GRAND PRIZE WINNER  WRITER’S DIGEST SELF-PUBLISHED BOOK AWARDS

FINALIST  Next Generation Indie Book Awards

FINALIST  National Indie Excellence Awards

Caeli Crys isn’t living—she’s surviving. On the run after the genocide of her empathic people, she witnesses a spaceship crash near her hidden camp. When she feels the injured pilot suffering from miles away, she can’t help but risk discovery to save his life.

Commander Derek Markham awakens stranded on an uncharted planet. His co-pilot is dead, his ship is in ruins, and he’s only alive because a beautiful young woman is healing him with her mind.

As Derek recovers, Caeli shares the horror of her past and her fear for the future. When Derek’s command ship, Horizon, sends rescue, Derek convinces Caeli to leave with him. But his world is as treacherous as hers—full of spies, interplanetary terrorist plots, and political intrigue. Soon the Horizon team is racing to defend an outlying planet from a deadly enemy, and Caeli’s unique skills may just give them the edge they need to save it.

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Also available at B&N and KOBO.

 
 
 
 

Sirens

Sirens are beautiful, dangerous, and musical, whether they come from the sea or the sky. Greek sirens were described as part-bird, part-woman, and Roman sirens more like mermaids, but both had a voice that could captivate and destroy the strongest man. The pages of this book contain the stories of the Sirens of old, but also allow for modern re-imaginings, plucking the sirens out of their natural elements and placing them at a high school football game, or in wartime London, or even into outer space. 

Featuring stories by:

Kelly Sandoval, Amanda Kespohl, L.S. Johnson, Pat Flewwelling, Gabriel F. Cuellar, Randall G. Arnold, Michael Leonberger, V. F. LeSann, Tamsin Showbrook, Simon Kewin, Cat McDonald, Sandra Wickham, K.T. Ivanrest, Adam L. Bealby, Eliza Chan, and Tabitha Lord.

These siren songs will both exemplify and defy your expectations.

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Also available on Amazon, B&N, and KOBO.

 
 

Writing Projects

 
 

PROJECT 3.8

PROJECT 3.8 is a pediatric cancer awareness campaign. The traveling photo exhibit by Robyn Ivy benefits the Dorian J. Murray Foundation, supporting programs for kids with cancer and pediatric cancer research. My interviews with these local families appear on the Meet The Families section of the website.

 
 
 

Book Club Babble

We're six fun women, and all we want to do is read! Book Club Babble is a place for busy people who love books. We recommend and review books, host discussions, interview authors, and discuss the art of reading and writing. I'm a senior writer for BCB.

 
 

 

What I'm Up to Now

 

I'm hard at work on Horizon's sequel. Stay tuned for a sneak peak!

If you'd like to schedule a book club visit, signing, or speaking engagement, please feel free to contact me. 

I also love fan mail! :-)