New stories! Yay!

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December 10th, 2011

Category: Writing


I have a couple announcements!

The first is a YA romance anthology I’m honored to be a part of: Love, Me.

A first kiss, a high school prom, the county fair, a tender embrace, finding true love, and coming of age are themes weaved into the stories found in Love, Me. From established YA authors comes this sweet and telling anthology of young love.

Authors Shana Norris, Sarah Tregay, T.K. Richardson, Ela Lond, Amy Kinzer and Emily Ann Ward offer these exceptional tales of sweet romance. 

With one voice these authors also join together to offer hope. The profits from this anthology will be donated to CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) for their work with children in the foster care system.

My story, A Reason to Stay, is sort of a prequel story for the two main characters in Promising Light, Grace and Dar (who you’ll meet on January!).

This anthology will be released February 1st, 2012, so keep your eyes peeled! In the meantime, enjoy the lovely cover art.

The first is about Beyond Home, a short story collection coming up. Three “new adult” mainstream short stories will be included, each centered around travel and transitions. Two sisters visit The Grand Canyon after their dad dies; a young man takes an impulsive trip to Hawaii with a runaway bride; and a young woman remembers a trip with an ex while deciding whether to move across the state with her current boyfriend. Includes Magnitude, Number Six, and Song for Megan Leclare.

Beyond Home will be released in just a couple weeks! Follow my blog to stay up to date with giveaways and ARCs.

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