Sneak Peeks

What I’m Working On

This is a private page for subscribers to’s blog posts or newsletters. It will be updated every few months. You’ll find links to it in your welcome emails or newsletters. Here I give you a sneak peek into my current WIP (works-in-progress) almost like you’re peeking over my shoulder.

Sneak Peek One

Ian’s Trust is a novella set in the world of My Soul to Keep. Ian is a character who has a minor role in the novel. He stars in this story. The story sentence is:

Angry and distrustful after his parents are killed, Ian relies on his best friend’s help to hide his siblings in the Smoky Mountains until Ian can identify and neutralize their betrayer.

I’m aiming at 30,000 words for this one. Ian’s Trust will be available by the end of the year (if you’all push me enough! lol)


Sneek Peek Two

I’m hard at work on the sequel to My Soul to Keep. I gave Book Two the working title of If I Should Die. A friend said that was too morbid of a title. He suggested that I include the Azrael in this title. True, they have a bigger role in this book but I’m stumped. The working blurb for this book is:

Miranda endangers her life every day saving refugees from the civil war that divides America. But when her ship is wrecked, a dying passenger reveals that the Azrael have survived and intend to end the war. She rushes that information to the leaders of the rebels, SABR, and cannot convince anyone that the danger is real. She risks everything to find proof and learns that the Angels of Death plan to eliminate all leaders on both sides. Failing again to convince the rebels of the threat, she goes to the leaders of the Fellowship, her sister and brother-in-law. Will she convince them to stop the Azrael? Or are they the force behind it?

I’m open to suggestions of titles for this thing.

I am still in the outline stages for this but hope to move on to writing in another month.


Sneek Peek Three

This one has the working title of Paladina. I’ve gotten in about 30,000 out of 100,000 words but had some plotting issues. This has been put on the back burner for now.

The story sentence:

Rena, a protection specialist, sworn to defend a tiny Greek village, discovers they are pawns of treasure-hunting alien knights whose game pits her against her once-dead brother in a deadly playoff.

This one plays with a lot of Greek mythology and is a lot of fun to write. I hope to get back to it once I finish Ian’s Trust.