Two New Book Contracts Signed

Yep, you read that right. In 2014 I have two more books being published. First I want to talk about A BROKEN MAGIC. This is the sequel to A MINOR MAGIC, where we find that just because Skylar was able to defeat her enemies doesn’t mean her job is done. In ABM she will be heading north in the hopes of finding someone like her, another child of the House of Gairn, to help her heal the world from the damage done to it by Sau’faen’s foreign magic. On her journey she will find what she is looking for, but it will come in forms she never saw coming, and it will take everything she has to save the world once more. I hope that if you read AMM you’re excited to read this story, and if you didn’t read it, correct that mistake now! I’m so proud of AMM, and I think ABM is even better. If these sell well enough, then I have a third book in mind to close out the trilogy. Please help me make sure that happens!

The second book that will be published next year is a horror novel entitled STILL WATER. This is my first horror story, but it certainly won’t be my last. I enjoyed writing it so much; too much, really, to ever think about not doing it again. Succinctly put, STILL WATER is about a small coal mining town in West Virginia that accidentally awakens an ancient evil that’s been slumbering in the mountains around it for millennia. As it slowly rises, the town and its people change, transformed under its terrible influence, and the only ones who can stop it are Maya, a supernatural investigator, and Kyle, a young man who once called the town home and thought he left it in his rear view mirror years before. I have plans on carrying some of these characters into future novels, but – again – I can only do that if this first one sells well. I think it’s a great book (though I *am* biased), and everyone I’ve had read it so far has loved it too.

Well, that’s it for now. Thank you for keeping up with me, and I hope that these stories sound interesting to you. I’ve poured my heart and soul into them. Hopefully soon you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy them. I’ll keep you abreast of developments as they happen.