New cover announcement

Hi all. I recently received the cover for Three May Days (Evermore Island, Book Three). This one is releasing April 11 from MuseItUp Publishing. You can pre-order it now and save 50 cents. Pretty sweet.

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Blurb: On the hard-to-find Evermore Island, where mythical creatures live and work, May Day is a much beloved holiday. Fairy tale creatures celebrate with songs, parties, and feasts. And just like any other holiday, May Day means family obligations.

The fairy Abelone, secretary for Cupid, has recently started dating Joe, a handsome half-giant/half-dwarf. The two have kept their relationship a secret. The upcoming holiday seems like the perfect time to introduce each other to their families.

With gruff and over-eager families, confused friends, and lies to keep track of, how will the happy couple survive three May Days?

And in the meantime, you can check out the first two book (Guardian of Cupid’s Heart and Guardian of Suffrage Celebration) at Amazon.


Realism in fantasy article


For today’s stop on the Wakefield (Mad World, Book One) book tour, Erin and I have written a guest blog over at Mythical Books.

And for those of you interested in more writing articles, we’ve started collecting them at Mad World headquarters.

New interview


For today’s stop on the Wakefield (Mad World, Book One) blog tour, Erin and I were interviewed at Dream Big… Read Often. We discuss research, influences, surprises in the writing process, and much more. Check it out. More reviews and articles coming soon.

New Wakefield review


Today’s blog tour takes us to Fang Freakin’ Tastic Book Reviews. Blogger Melanie gave us a three star review, writing, “I enjoyed the overall writing style, in that it wasn’t written too clinically, like many books of this type are.” For the rest, check out her blog here.

YA writing guest post


Today’s stop on the blog tour is Andi’s Young Adult Books. Erin and I wrote a guest article “On YA Tropes – What’s been done to death, and what can be saved?” We discuss female protagonists, dystopian regimes, and love triangles in young adult fiction. Check it out here.