I haven’t been as active on social media or writing since the beginning of July. I had many prescheduled posts going out because of my release last week, so it may have seemed like there was business as usual, but I have barely been online. Apologies to anyone who has emailed me, commented on posts, or otherwise contacted me in some way and hasn’t had a reply yet.
There was a personal health issue that occupied all of my time and energy for about three weeks. I don’t want to go into details, but it was related to the infertility struggles that I mentioned earlier this year.
The good news is that I am now feeling better physically (the emotional part is still processing) and ready to get back to work. It may be a few days while I play catch-up.
Thank you to everyone who has supported the release of my new book in the last week. It was really awesome to come back and see all the sales, reviews, and excited emails for Brie’s new story.
Also, the third and final book for the Santa Cruz Witch Academy series is available for pre-order! It took me a few tries to come up with the title for this one, but I settled on The Daring Witch. See the cover reveal below!
January 11, 2021
A young witch who is tired of playing by the rules. A half-wolf shifter who wants to be accepted by the other witches. Can they take on the school bullies?
Brie survived to her senior year at Santa Cruz Witch Academy and just wants to graduate so she can go to the art college of her dreams. But her new roommate is a transfer student who is not the average witch-in-training. Willow is part wolf shifter, so some people think she shouldn’t be allowed to learn magic at all. Brie always had a soft spot for the underdog and she wants to help her new friend fit in.
But Willow is an easy target for the school bullies, Brie’s old nemesis Samantha “The Queen B.” and her Rich Witches. The constant harassment is too much for poor Willow and she threatens to drop out of school. It’s time for Brie and her friends to take down these mean girls once and for all.
The challenge is to teach Samantha and her flunkies a lesson without getting caught. It’ll take every underhanded trick and spell in the book. If Brie gets in trouble one more time, she will be expelled—and without graduating, she can’t qualify for her license to practice witchcraft. With her powers on the line, she’ll have to tread very carefully. And Samantha has been waiting for Brie to slip up.
Can Brie beat her rival without getting caught?