A top 50 best-seller across the entire Amazon bookstore.
Gods walk among us. All you have to do is See.
When Rhi discovers that beings out of myth and legend are real, her ability to see magic as color puts her at the center of a conflict between humans and the ancient gods and heroes of Avalon. To save herself, Rhi must master her strange power and remake the Sword of Elements once known as Excalibur, but if she succeeds, it will mean that she’s far more dangerous than any god. And gods don’t like being challenged.
What if you were the monster of your own story?
Armed with Excalibur, Rhi must learn to control both her ability to see magic as color, and her hunger to possess it, but an ancient artifact of the earth magic keeps calling to her with a fire she may not be able to resist, even if it changes her into something she doesn’t recognize, even if it destroys her. Only Guinevere or Merlin can help her, and Rhi must decide whether her loyalties lie with humanity, or with the beings of the Grey Lands, her true home.
The choices bound in magic are never black and white.
Queen bee at her old high school, Lacey had ended up on the wrong side of a conflict between ancient gods and heroes. Looking to make a fresh start at an exclusive boarding school in New Orleans, she’s also hoping to forget she’d almost become a powerful witch – and that she’d almost sold her soul for it. When the tomb of a Voodoo Queen is desecrated, and a gruesome murder is committed in the very heart of Westover Academy, Lacey realizes she could be next on the killer’s list. Fate may once again makes Lacey McInnis—a good girl gone bad then good again—a witch.
An Amazon top 500 best-selling ebook.
MAGIC AND MAYHEM, MYSTERY AND ROMANCE.
Truly Mason has had the bad luck to lose her mother, her singing voice, her opera career, and her TV star fiancé all in one year. When her aunt dies and leaves her a house called Lady’s View on the coast of Maine, Truly hopes her luck is finally changing. Leaving her past behind, she moves to Kilkeel, but from the moment she arrives, strange events lead to the conclusion that her aunt was murdered, and that Truly could be next.
Guarded by a demon trapped in the body of a house cat, Truly must use her wits, and the strange magic in her broken voice, to navigate a perilous world of hunky neighbors with dark pasts, lawyers with supernatural sex appeal, and bickering witches with an agenda. But it’s also a world of magic and music, and a bad luck curse that could destroy them all.
I am the proud recipient of two WCDR scholarships, and a national award for digital art.
Canadian Actors Equity
The Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators