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OUT NOW! Chicken Soup for the Soul: Messages from Heaven and Other Miracles. Be sure to find my story (Chp. 24)--and 100 others--in the latest Chicken Soup publication, now at Barnes & Noble, Walmart, and your local bookseller.

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ON SALE 4/26! The Unofficial Guidebook to Surviving Life with Toddlers is a collection of hilarious and heartwarming stories that will get you through everything from potty training and the terrible two's to dealing with the dreaded threenager and preschooler meltdowns. Be sure to find my story (Chp. 1)--and stories from 31 other amazing bloggers--in this anthology.


At first glance

At First Glance is my first published work of short fiction and has been featured in the two anthologies above. Follow a day in the life of a young girl with a uniquely unpleasant gift; the ability to see a person's death simply by looking them in the eye.

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a second chance

The sequel to At First Glance, A Second Chance continues on where the former left off. After receiving a lot of feedback asking for more to the story, I was happy to finish off this retelling of a young woman cursed with the gift of Death's constant companionship. 


Eighteen-year-old Cassidy Evans has known a life we may only ever dream of. Raised in the Society—a government whose neural technology provides access to every citizen’s thoughts, feelings, and motives—crime is nearly nonexistent; each offense punished equally. Cassidy sees no problem with her government’s invasion into her mind, until the very system she trusted for protection turns against her.


Now, branded the Society’s first serial killer, and with the blood of three innocent women on her hands, Cassidy must join forces with the Resistance, a revolutionary defiance organization aimed at taking her government down. 

But all is not as it seems as the line between right and wrong becomes increasingly blurred. As Cassidy and Resistance loyalist Jackson search for the real killer within the Society, they soon learn that the world is much larger and more dangerous than they could ever have imagined. 

Freely is my debut novel and is in the process of finding representation.

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