Title: Breaking a Thief
Story Type: Novel
Current Writing Stage: Querying literary agentsGenres: Medieval, Adventure, Young Adult Fiction
Soundtrack Inspiration: Hans Zimmer’s Sherlock Holmes
Premise: One lie can alter much, but the truth can change everything. Lorne has learned the fine skills of thievery since childhood, but when she steals an item forbidden to the thieves, she is torn between living a double life: one of thievery and another of knowledge. With the help of a young pickpocket, Thane, Lorne crosses boundaries where even her influential father cannot protect her.
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Title: Last of the Memory KeepersStory Type: Novelette Series
Current Writing Stage: Publishing!
Genres: High Fantasy, New Adult
Song Inspiration: John Powell’s How to Train Your Dragon soundtrack, Ed Sheeran's I See Fire, and Regina Spector's The Call
Description: “We murdered the human race. Now we’re all that’s left.”
Rhona is among the top three apprentice Memory Keepers and advocates for the unification of the remaining three races. And negotiations are going smoothly. Almost too smoothly. Until a tragedy threatens to cease all negotiations within her lifetime or even start a war. Will Rhona ever be able to achieve unity when everything she believes about her world is shattered?
Ellard shares Rhona’s views of unification but can’t bring himself to speak up when the situation warrants it. Until he makes a makes a discovery and a drastic mistake that will change the lives of the keepers forever. Can Ellard redeem his actions in time to preserve the survival of his race?
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Title: Not-So-Secret Writing ProjectStory Type: Novel
Current Writing Stage: Draft 2
Genres: Contemporary Fantasy, Young Adult
Song Inspiration: Harry Potter: Goblet of Fire and Order of the Phoenix
Blurb coming soon...
I’m constantly in the process of writing various short stories. Most of them don’t make it past the “Okay, This was a bad Idea” Stage somewhere around page 3. As for the stories that do make it past this stage, you’ll just have to wait and see.