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When We Were Flowers is now available!
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“When We Were Flowers” forthcoming from Wild Rose Press
My next novel, When We Were Flowers is forthcoming from Wild Rose Press. Check out the blurb below:
In 2011, Tara Larson is told that her English teaching contract would not be renewed. She moves from her small hometown of Minot, North Dakota to take an Assistant Language Teaching position in Tokyo, Japan. Having barely traveled outside her home state, Tara finds new cultural experiences while in the Land of the Rising Sun. It is there that she meets Ami Kishiguchi and the two share an inexorable bond. However, when the Tohoku earthquake and nuclear disaster threaten to separate them, Tara must decide if she will stay and continue her relationship or leave Japan for the safety of home.
Finalist for the Chanticleer 2021 Paranormal Book Award
I am excited to share that my manuscript But the Wicked Shall Perish is in the finals for the Paranormal Book Awards.
Darkness in a Sky of Embers
I’m happy to announce that my next book is available! Much thanks to Three Ravens Publishing for their incredible work.
In Darkness in a Sky of Embers, “Mad” Madeline Yazzie is a young Ordnance Corps soldier on the front lines of humanity’s fight against the Helgrammaw, an unknown species that is overtaking the Earth and Madeline discovers the price of war and the nature of her enemy.
I am so excited to be part of LibertyCon33! Tune in June 25th-27th to hear more about my projects and published works!
Review for Carnival Panic and The Fortune Follies
Thank you to Inscribed Inklings for reviewing Carnival Panic and The Fortune Follies!
Some highlighted quotes are below. Follow this link here to read the review for Carnival Panic and here for The Fortune Follies.
“Carnival Panic is Literary Titan award winner and Kops- Fetherling International Book Silver award winner. Carnival panic seizes you from the opening of the book and keeps you in a trance like state as you read it.”
“Sarah ventured out in the cruel and ruthless world of Seattle. Where everything was run by Automatons and work was scarce. There were gangs that ruled the place. What does she do to survive? How do the cousins cope with each other? Read to find out!”
My poem “Amazon Lily” has been published in Volume 1, Issue 2 of The Literatus. Thank you to the editors for including me!
Carnival Panic: LitPick Top Choice Review Award
Carnival Panic has received the LitPick Top Choice Review Award!
Carnival Panic: Kops-Fetherling Silver Award
Thank you to the judges from the Kops-Fetherling International Book Awards for choosing Carnival Panic for the Silver Award!