Lunette, the People’s Warrior, has come to Whitehaven. Now she’s working with Bonfire, a hot-headed hero who’s more likely to hurt than help the people he’s protecting. Lunette and Bonfire along with Strike, a woman with powers and a mystery of her own, Cabaya, a strong archer, and Marryn, an axe-wielding woman in love, must learn to work together and trust one another to protect Whitehaven against the criminal organization of the Xanites.
Princess Rachel Colville of Zorba’s Reach is a prim and proper princess who follows orders, even if she’s being forced to marry Prince Gary Naxison of Ada’s Circle. Rachel, along with her sister and her maid, travels to Ada’s Circle to meet her betrothed. Now Rachel has two years to fall in love with Gary, the betrothed she has nothing in common with, but will Prince Rodger, the younger twin brother who seeks her affection, be the one to catch her heart?
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I combine my favorite elements into one book, so there’s a group of superheroes in a medieval fantasy land with magic, knights, princesses, and twists you’ll never see coming.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never give up. If writing is your dream, keep working at it. Listen to people, join a critique group. You will miss big things wrong with your book if you try to only edit by yourself. Listen to what people say, but take it with a grain of salt. Be open to ideas and sharing your book with others. It’s worth it!
Dirty Dan was a character my third grade teacher directed us to draw. I decided to write a story about him, since my older brother had when he’d had the same third grade teacher. I loved writing the story and decided I wanted to be an author when I grew up. In fourth grade, I was bullied. I turned to writing as a healthy outlet. I loved that I could control my character’s fate. My fourth grade teacher supported my creative process.
I’m a Christian, and my faith is very important to me. My husband and I met through God’s timing and His guidence. We are now leaders in a youth group. God has led me through a lot in life, and I’m very grateful for Him and His guidance. When I was in a college group at Foothills Church, one of the young women I met told me about a Novel Writing class at Grossmont College. I started
taking the class with Lisa Shapiro. God provided me with that class. Lisa’s an amazing teacher, and the class has been a huge blessing. I am a member of the San Diego Christian Writer’s Guild.