Current Projects

If there’s a book you really want to read,
but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.

-Toni Morrison

 

I’ve written many stories, over 1.8 million words so far.
Lots are contemporary young adult,
but some are contemporary adult fiction too.
Now I’m working more on horror and thrillers.
These are the ones I’m concentrating on right now.

************************

House of Desire – Horror novel – in revision
The House of Desire is the place where all your fantasies come true. But behind the walls, a darkness lives.

************************

Untitled – Horror Novella – in revision

Underwater they waited, their thirst for blood running deep from a hundred-year drought. Soon… very soon, they would feed again.

************************

Untitled – Thriller novel – in revision

After being kidnapped and taken to Amazon rainforest by a woman who believes they’re soulmates, Cody must play her game. Immersed in her world of dog-fighting, he must gain her trust and make her believe he loves her… Or risk getting thrown to the piranha.

************************

************************

And here’s a few of my shelved YA stories that I hope someday to return to.

Varying Degrees of Blame, a contemporary young adult novel

Two foster kids. Two messed up lives. What it takes to make it right.

************************

The Proper Way to Say Goodbye, a contemporary young adult novel

When Chloe starts college, she keeps her true self hidden. Nobody knows that she is gay, or that her brother killed himself a month before school started. But when she discovers the shocking truth behind her brother’s suicide, she begins to realize that hiding your secrets only leads to more pain.

************************

Frosty, a contemporary young adult novel

When a troubled foster girl learns the lives of the privileged kids are not so perfect, her frozen exterior begins to thaw, but it may not be enough to open up her heart to love.

4 Responses

  1. Pingback : Random Contest Stuff » Literary Engineer

  2. Pingback : Cool contest news & Lucky 7 » Literary Engineer

Leave a Reply