Monday, April 28, 2014

What's Next?

I have been a terrible blog hostess of late. My apologies! I have been a student and writer for so long, I felt my three children deserved a good dose of my attention. Really, they needed it. So I have been putting all my energy toward them, and then a good bit of it toward editing my next novel.

Which brings me to the point of this post. What's next for me as a writer? I'm so glad you asked! I wrote a book with another author, which in itself was an experience worth blogging about. For now, I give you a temporary cover and a synopsis.

Morgan died and came back to life, but she didn’t return alone. She keeps her ghostly companion and her ability to see spirits to herself—until her older brother Jack comes face to face with a powerful entity bent on murder. She discovers Jack has a supernatural ability as well, but he is drawn too close, on the verge of destruction. Morgan is at a loss until she meets twin brothers Nicolas and Roman Tournay, who know much more about this world of spirits and conflict than they are willing to tell.  Their entire family has been hiding their ties to the supernatural for generations. The Tournays could be the key to helping her brother, or they could be the door to something sinister

The reason I say this cover is fake is 1.) I'm not the best cover maker. And 2.) My co-author and I aren't sure how this book will be released yet. We are about to begin queries to publishers and agents, so we're not positive on whether or not we will self-publish this one. We'll see how the querying goes.

But I can tell you this book is seriously awesome! I guess in this case two heads turned out to be better than one because the plot is fast-paced, and you won't be able to guess what happens next from page to page. So I'm excited about this project, and can't wait to share it!

Coming up on my blog, I will have a co-post with my fellow author on what it was like to write a book together. Just in case you ever considered doing it, we'll lay out how the whole thing went down.

Have a fantastic week!


  1. My first book, The Nuclear Catastrophe, was written with another author. It was a fun project but takes a lot of time to work with someone else. I read your story synopsis and sounds quite interesting. A thought about the book cover...perhaps there could be a faint visualization of something else lurking in the background? Good luck with all this.

  2. Well, fake or not, the cover looks great :) and the synopsis sounds really cool! Congrats on this latest penning - definitely looking forward to hearing more about it!