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Winter’s Consort now available everywhere

Winter's Consort
The woods hide wolves. But Nadine never believed that. She meets the gorgeous, mysterious Connor and immediately finds a strange connection to him. When they meet, time and memory slips away. Frightened but still attracted, Nadine tries to put him out of her mind, only to find him again at the edge of the woods.

Worse things than wolves lurk there. When those worse things find her… they may not let her go.

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Winter’s Consort available for preorder

Winter’s Consort is now available everywhere that permits preorders! As of just a few days ago, that includes Amazon!

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So if you like my work or if you’re just looking for a new, fun fantasy/romance novella, preorder it today. It will be automatically delivered to you on its official publication date, August 26.

Don’t worry–I’ll post again when it’s officially available!

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The Ursulan Cycle

In addition to writing novellas and novels that are then released as ebooks, as some of you may know, I write short fiction (often not particularly self-contained) that I post either for free or for sponsorship on my Dreamwidth journal. Lately I’ve been posting pieces from a new story world: the Ursulan Cycle. This is a gender-swapped version of the Arthurian legends, and it’s an open-source world–anyone can come and play!

I thought I’d link my first two pieces here where more people might see them.

The Shield in the Flame
Morwenna

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Coming Soon: A Star to Guide Her

I know this blog has been quiet. Sorry! I can never think of anything to post about if it isn’t updating you on the status of my books.

But now I do have an update for you: a YA fantasy trilogy I’ve been working on, A Star to Guide Her, is coming soon! Book 1 is not quite ready for public consumption, but look for it in the next week. (I’ll post here when it’s published, of course.) I’ve written and edited them all already so I can publish them in quick succession, in hopes of gaining some visibility and readership that way. Not to mention that I know the frustration of having to wait a long time in between books in a series and not necessarily remembering what happened in previous books…

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