Plans for 2018

Wondering what’s in store for 2018? Here is a quickie outline of some of my releases for this year:

This year, I am adding on to several series, beginning with next week, when I will be releasing book #5 of the Between the Cracks series. Ronnie is available for preorder now, and there is a Goodreads Giveaway running for a free paperback copy.

Ronnie is a sequel to Ruby, Between the Cracks, winner of the Top Ten Books for Teens In the Margins literary award 2015.

You’ve been asking (well, begging,) so here it is: Tattooed Teardrops is getting a new cover… and sequels!

Tattooed Teardrops won the Top Fiction Award for the Library Services for Youth in Custody In the Margins literary award 2016, and this year is expanding to a four-book series!

 

I am working on some additional books for the Auntie Clem’s Bakery cozy mystery series. Only one cover to show off right now, but there will be more.

Also expect at least two sequels to She Wore Mourning in the Zachary Goldman Mysteries series

 

 

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A Psychic with Catitude

A Psychic with Catitude

Reg Rawlins is back in business, asked by Detective Jessup to consult on a missing persons case. 

Little does she know that it’s not your average teen runaway or kidnapping. There is something strange going on.

Reg is dealing with her own personal issues with her health, an overly-interested warlock, and a furry psychic partner with definite attitude. 

Time is running short for teen and Reg needs to act now.


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