Steampunk Tale

It took me a surprisingly long time to finish it, but the steampunk story I intend to offer to Lyrical is finally done. It’s a steampunk adventure, with pirates and romantic elements.

It’s going through my critique group now, and my own revision process, and will be offered to them soon! Stay tuned!


New Review for Djinn

Djinn was reviewed by Joyfully Reviewed! Although she praised my writing, some parts of the story didn’t please the reviewer. Have you read it–do you agree? Let me know!

You Need to Read This! (Another Review)

Hey, Fear and Desire got another good review, this time from You Gotta Read Reviews. The reviewer had something in common with my main character! Come see what it was.

Fear and Desire gets 3.5 Cherries!

Fear and Desire is available at Lyrical!

The story has now been reviewed by Whipped Cream Reviews, getting 3.5 out of 4 cherries. Go check it out and see what cost me that final half a cherry! 😉

Fear and Desire Cover

Hey everyone! The amazing process of editing Fear and Desire, which taught me so much it’s hard to believe, has resulted in many things. First and foremost of course, an excellent story, which is now complete and waiting for release. Secondly, in large part it taught me more about how to revise, which led to me revising some older writing for practice and with an eye to submitting it somewhere.

Anyway, here is the beautiful, ethereal cover of Fear and Desire. Enjoy!


Fear and Desire Blurb

Cassie’s been touched by an angel — and found it terrifying.

Defying her fear of heights, Cassie has moved in to the tallest building in town. She’s doing pretty well until a thunderstorm blows an unexpected visitor through her balcony window, and she finds herself nursing a wounded angel back to health.

Tending to the angel’s wounds teaches Cassie a lot more than she expected about fear… and about desire.

Coming soon from Lyrical Press!

Coming soon right here… a page with the cover art!

In Other News…

Two posts on the same day, whodathunkit? But I wanted to let you know that my local critique group has now got its own website!

It’s a face to face critique group, with the basic format of putting our work on a private online group, then critiquing and meeting in person to discuss, and also to work in one another’s company. We read and write fantasy, science fiction and any other type of fiction. And even if you just like to read and critique, you’re welcome to come! The rest of the information is on the website:

We aren’t all about the erotica, that’s for sure, but there are some who are willing to write and read it. So if you’re local to Denver and have been doing it in the closet (pun very much intended) give us a try if you need critiques and career support.

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