One event that isn’t getting canceled right now: Camp Nano! This year, the camp website has been merged with the regular Nanowrimo website, but things are still running the same.
I am so excited that things are still going on as usual. Right now, more than ever, I need at least one routine to stay the same. I love these writing events and they always bring me lots of fun and support for my writing.
Would you believe that this is my 27th time participating in a Nano event? Wow! I’ve lost count of how many words I’ve written (and so has the Nano website).
This time, I’m working on my next novel for Santa Cruz Witch Academy. Brie is headed to summer school in The Salty Witch.
A young witch who has been bitten by love before. A drop-dead gorgeous vampire who likes to live wild. Could a summer fling help them get over their hangups about love?
Brie has to make up for all the classes that she missed when she was sneaking off to meet her mermaid girlfriend, so she’s stuck in summer school. But after homework is done, she should be allowed to have a little fun. What better place to hang out than the Santa Cruz Boardwalk? With a seasonal pass, she can go on roller coasters and watch free concerts on the beach every night.
The vampires at the Boardwalk are harmless because it’s illegal for them to feed on people. It’s still a bad idea to date one, but Brie wants a little fun on the rebound. Lucinda says she doesn’t want anything serious. A casual summer romance could be just the thing for both of them.
Then bodies start showing up on the beach, drained of blood. People are quick to blame the vampires and Brie fears the worst, but Lucinda insists that they’re innocent. Together, they could find the truth about what’s really going on… or Brie could be heading into another trap.
Can she trust her new girlfriend or did Brie make another deadly dating mistake?