Even before I could hold a pencil in my hand, I was making up stories in my head. I wrote my first book in the second grade, Girls, about me and my best friends in college [because college was super cool when you were 8] who went on treasure hunts and fought bad guys with our super powers. My second grade teacher was so impressed with me, she laminated a cover and bound it. That will forever be the moment I dreamed of holding a copy of my own book and placing it on a shelf.
Now all grown up, my head still stays in the fantasy world, fashioning worlds where the power of a star can be harnessed and used for time travel, flying is just as easy as walking here on earth – and my best friends are fairies. My characters are dark and lost individuals, but your love for them will grow when you realize not everything is black and white.
This series officially made me a Bestseller!
The Halves of Us series follows twin sisters – one destined to rule, one cursed to destroy! Links to purchase the series are coming soon!
WORKS IN PROGRESS
RHYMES, LIES, AND MY IMPENDING DEMISE is a stand alone novel with series potential. Readers of Holly Black and Neil Gaimen will enjoy this dark humor series and fresh new take on the Fae. Readers will enjoy this novel where the darkness of Squid Games meets the humor of What We Do in the Shadows.
After finding her boyfriend cheating on her during his first semester at college, 17-year-old Ellie walks through the stormy streets seeking shelter, only to find herself in a convenience store that is anything but. Run by a gothic guy with a name tag that reads “God”, Ellie tumbles into the unknown world of Fae – what humans believed to be angels – after getting struck by lightning while signing her name on a receipt.
The lightning strike was the start of a coup against God, and the beginning of a real estate war for the regions of Earth. But the strike did more than that, giving Ellie mysterious powers she doubts anyone would want – the power to copy and paste any item in her hand by saying control c, control v. She joins God and his right-hand gal, Mikala, on battles and tests against God’s challenger – including riddles and rhymes, a labyrinth of fear, death pong (a play on ‘beer pong’), and Djinn that threatens to break her heart.
But facing off in battle proves to be the least of her worries, with the accidental magical abilities slowly killing her and a battle threatening her family that reveals secrets about her past. Against it all, will the power to copy and paste anything be enough?