What Doesn't Kill You Makes You Stranger

The Trouble with Time November 18, 2017

I have come to the conclusion that either I have aged significantly or I am living in a time vortex.

I am not old. In the grand scheme of life, I’m still pretty young. So the vortex is the easiest solution.

I believe the vortex might have been caused by tour. Wake up, get on a bus, try and sleep on the bus, get off the bus, forage for food, go to the theatre, try and figure out the shortest way to the stage, do the show, get back on the bus, go to sleep.

Shockingly enough, I feel like the show is the easiest part of that routine. (Seriously though. There are some venues with so many stairs between the stage and the dressing rooms, I’d almost prefer to be a naked Ozian than go all the way back up to get a new costume on. Getting arrested for public indecency is a great motivator for climbing the mountain of stairs to get a new costume on.)

But why, you might ask, are you suddenly so concerned with the time vortex that is tour sucking away your days and weeks? (more…)


The Siren is Calling, and You Must Go April 29, 2015

The Siren’s Realm is officially released to the world! I am so thrilled that the second book in The Tethering Series is officially available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iBooks, Smashwords, and of course the Silence in the Library website.


Jacob loves Emilia Gray, but things aren’t always that simple in the world of Magickind…

The war has begun.

The Dragons are gaining power, and the Gray Clan stands alone. Desperate to find a way to stop the Pendragon, Emilia is forced to seek answers from someone who hasn’t been seen in seventeen years . . . Her mother. Embarking on a magical journey filled with witches, wizards, centaurs and a dangerous and powerful Siren, Jacob and Emilia must take a leap of faith to a land neither could have ever imagined . . . and hope they can then find their way home.

I couldn’t be more grateful to everyone who helped The Siren’s Realm reach my readers. From my husband to my publisher, I couldn’t have done it without all of their help. And then there is the dedicatee of the book: my mother.


And it’s true. Emilia may have to go looking for the mother who abandoned her, but my Mom has always been there to love and support me. And I’m sure she’ll read this blog post, too.

So thanks, Mom. You’re the best.