The Isle of Never – ANNOUNCMENT

It’s finally live!

After months of tweaks and making sure everything was formatted properly, I am VERY excited to announce that my young adult fantasy, The Isle of Never, is available through Amazon. (You can check it out here.)

This is a lighthearted, standalone fantasy that offers a little different perspective on the Peter Pan story. When a high school senior finds herself cast down to the Isle of Never, or Neverland, she’s met with a motley crew of pirates – including a rather dashing Captain Jameson Hawk, a man better known by the name “Hook.”

This was one of my favorite stories to write, and I hope readers enjoy it as much as I do. Part adventure, part romance, it sheds a different light on the fanciful island as well as the rogue pirates destined to roam it.

It was based on a dream that I had years ago, where basically the entire contents of chapters 2 and 3 took place. The dream was so vivid and the emotions so real that I immediately ran to my laptop and began typing as fast as I could, trying to remember everything. The rest of the story just poured forth from there.

Thank you all for your patience during this. While self-publishing is very rewarding in its own right, it is also a LOT of work. Sometimes I get frustrated at how much time it takes to get things right, but when I see the final result and hold it in my hands, it all feels worth it.

I hope you enjoy!


Cover Reveal!

As you can see by the update of my header, I’m finally releasing the cover reveal of my newest baby, and I’m SO EXCITED TO SHARE IT WITH YOU.

This standalone story was actually written many, many years ago after I had a dream that I fell down to Neverland. Or, as it is properly known, the Isle of Never.

You see, Mr. J.M. Barrie mixed up a few details when he mistakenly traveled there in the early 1900’s. Turns out this island is nothing like the fanciful place of children’s dreams. And more importantly, the infamous sea captain Jameson Hawk, a man better known under the name “Hook,” is not the villain most people make him out to be.

I’ll be revealing more in the weeks to come, but for now you’ll have to be happy with a teaser. Also, please pardon my dust when it comes to my blog. They’ve updated the theme that I’ve used since the beginning of my blogdom, and now I have to readjust everything. Plus it won’t let me change certain colors, which just curdles my cheese. I used to be able to customize everything.

But I digress.

I can’t wait to share some snippets of The Isle of Never with you as it gets closer to the actual release date. This story has been a long time coming, and I can’t wait to see this thing in print. More to come!