I’m really excited to introduce my contemporary retelling of how Prince Philip and Princess Aurora might have *really* met 😀 I hope you enjoy this story!
Prince Philip’s father is ready for a grandchild, which means Philip has to marry. Immediately, if not sooner. Great. The most important decision of Philip’s life, and Dad wants him to make it NOW. When Philip doesn’t act fast enough to suit the king, his father writes Philip’s marriage into a treaty with the neighboring kingdom. All Philip has to do is visit King Stefan and choose between his twin daughters. What could be easier? NOT!
I’m super excited to announce that TWO of my stories are in absolutely amazing bundles … and BOTH of these bundles are on sale (now through June 25th!) for only $0.99 each! Click on the pictures for details 😀
The Faerie Summer Bundle:
The summer sun bathes the earth in warmth and light,
Faeries dance under the moon at night.
Cross through the portal into a land ancient, beautiful, and wild.
See the wonders that enticed the stolen child.
Come away, O reader! To the Realm of Faerie.
But if you want to make it back home, you had better be wary…
This collection includes twenty tales of faeries and magic set in our world – and in others.
Beneath the Waves Bundle
But water hides secrets – including those of the creatures that live in its depths…
This collection contains stories about water creatures – sirens, kelpies, Hawaiian man-sharks, selkies, kraken, shapeshifters, and more – by twenty different authors.
You never know what’s lurking under the waves…
I have a new story out! This one plays in Anthea Sharp’s Feyland universe. If you’re not familiar with Feyland, you really should check it out. I’m definitely a fan (which is why I wrote this story.) Find information here.
A short tale set in Anthea Sharp’s Feyland universe.
Wallace, a fierce Norwegian Forest cat, has guarded the boy since he was an infant. Despite advancing age, Wallace isn’t about to shirk his duty now that the boy is old enough to play a dangerous game. Wallace doesn’t understand his boy’s fascination with Feyland, but he knows a threat when he sees one.