For a while now I've been thinking of getting new covers for The Faery Trials. I absolutely love the ones I currently have, but the trends of cover design are always changing and I think it's good to see what some other options might be. As a test run, I decided to start with my…
For the past week or so, I’ve had A Midsummer Night’s Dream on the brain. After publishing Cinders Dance in March and immediately jumping into a new story with a new cast of characters in my Rapunzel retelling, my writer brain was asking for some time off, so I switched gears for a bit and…
Starting Monday April 2, I'll be hosting a Trial by Song Read Along!
See the cover for Cinders Dance, book 2 in the Faery Trials! Jack just can't stay out of trouble, and unfortunately he's not the only one this time around.
Find out the title of Book 2 in The Faery Trials and get a first look at the synopsis!
A glimpse of Thanksgiving in Jack’s house, and a special deal for Trial by Song fans
I draw from a lot of Celtic folklore and traditions for The Faery Trials, and I thought that this Halloween I would offer you all a nice treat.
The worlds of human and fae are separated for a reason. One faery's act of kindness is another's act of betrayal. Tadgh faces the consequences for what happened in Thorn Kept.
Long before Jack embarks on his harrowing journey, his father, Tadgh Sorley makes a discovery that sets everything in motion. Enjoy this sneak peek into the world of Trial by Song
Winterthorn said nothing. Though he could command souls to do his bidding, he could not lie. He had stood by as the King of Annwyn was slain by the Solitary horde.