Upcoming in 2019

Last year, I posted some of my plans for 2018. And I thought I would do the same for this year. I also just looked at another post that I did last January about planning for the year that I would encourage you to read again this year if you are looking for some tools to help you with your productivity.

Here are some of the things that you can look forward to seeing this year!

Reg Rawlins, Psychic Detective


I’m excited about this new series coming out, the Reg Rawlins, Psychic Detective series. It is a spin-off series from the Auntie Clem’s Bakery series, where Reg Rawlins makes an appearance in Coup de Glace. I have three books written in this series so far, and they will be coming in the next few months.

Auntie Clem’s Bakery


Erin has some new adventures and mysteries on her plate! I have three more books coming out in the Auntie Clem’s Bakery series. Coming soon are Sour Cherry Turnover, Apple-achian Treasure, and Vegan Baked Alaska.

Gem, Himself, Alone


Gem is a stand-alone young adult novel. This is one that I started writing quite a few years ago, and finally sorted out the issues with a wrote a new ending to. Gem is a young man with a history, on the streets, joining up with a new gang.

Gem has a secret, and Officer Riker is determined to find out what it is and to finally get Gem behind bars.

June, Into the Light


Between the Cracks has been my most popular young adult series. In the beginning, it was intended to be a three book series, stopping with the story of the second generation, Michelle and Kenny. But when Chloe’s story came to me, I had to write it, and having told the stories of all of the other siblings, I felt the need to add Ronnie’s story as well. Then the series was done.

Except that the readers wanted more. In particular, you wanted to hear more of June’s story. I don’t think you will be disappointed.

Zachary Goldman Mysteries


It’s hard to say which series I am enjoying writing the most at the moment, but Zachary Goldman Mysteries is definitely one of the contenders. Expect three or four new mysteries to be solved by your favorite new defective detective, Zachary Goldman, this year.

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  1. Venette Schafer says:

    WOW!!! That is a lot of books!! You are superwoman!

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