Things I wrote.
Released: January 5th, 2017
Lila never meant to kill her boyfriend. All she’d wanted was to cure him of the flu. It should have been simple—just a small spell, that’s all—but her witchcraft caused his death.
When she tries to cover-up her crime, Lila unwittingly summons Tom, a demon that is intent on dwelling among the living as long as possible. As she searches for a way to send him back, however, the lines between right and wrong blend, and feelings she’d only had for the boyfriend she’d killed begin to surface.
Now, Lila must find a way to return Tom to Hell, all the while struggling with a growing attachment to him, dealing with her guilt over her boyfriend’s death, and avoiding a power-hungry ruler from discovering what she’s done.
Her life isn’t the only one on the line.
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Seven Days till Sundown
Released: March 9th, 2016
The world is dying.
Days stretch on, nights never end, and any glimpse of the sun is likely to be your last. As the world ends, Anya and her family travel toward the coast in an attempt to stay within the sunset’s glow, for if they fall behind, the elements are likely to kill them . . . if they don’t get themselves killed first.
Caught between cities, their struggle becomes more dire as a crooked-grinned wanderer robs them blind. But they're both travelling the same road, and Anya's got a gun just itching to be used, provided her father doesn't give her a reason to use it first.
After all, what's a little death among friends?
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Released: September 14th, 2014
Fall is ending, hunger runs rampant, and Sarah is a cannibal. In the deep forests of the Rocky Mountains, Sarah's life revolves around one simple rule-eat or be eaten-and she wouldn't have it any other way.
When her first hunting trip ends disastrously, Sarah is forced to become her colony's butcher. While murder was never a problem before, she also never had to spend time around the prisoners she killed. Now, no matter how hard she fights, she can't help but sympathize with her captives.
Saving them, however, is not an option. With cannibals turning up dead, and suspicions of mutiny rising, everyone is being watched. Worse, Sarah suspects her family might be hiding something . . . something that might just get her killed.
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