Getting a Makeover

Hey Kittens –

I have excitement. Lots of it. Today, after six months of waiting, I can finally share CRUSHED’s new cover! I love it so hard. The boy and the blurred, foggy background are just perfect.

This book, more than any other, is the book of my heart. I spent two years working on it, trying to get inside the brain of a seventeen-year-old boy. The final version is completely different than what I started with because I rewrote it several times. And I’m happy I did, because Fletch is my favorite character out of all of them.

Okay. Enough with the rambling. Here’s the cover. The photograph was done by Slevin Aaron and the cover design by RBA Designs. Let me know what you think.



What’s Happening with Nightingale and Phoenix in Germany?

This is a question I’ve been asked a lot lately (waves to all the German visitors).

The answer is I don’t know. Probably nothing. My sales numbers aren’t rock star-ish, and my former agent – the one who brokered the Eistochter deal – holds the agenting rights to Nightingale. I don’t know if she ever tried to sell it. For all I know it’s sitting in book limbo, not going anywhere, as we haven’t communicated in over two years.

So what does this mean for the readers who have reached out, eager to read the next installment of Lark and Beck? Eistochter will probably be the first and only book of the series published in German. There is good news though: if you can read English, Nightingale and Phoenix will be available on Kobo.

Phoenix IS Here!

Finally! That’s how I feel. Finally. After four years, the last book in The Sensitives trilogy is out in the world. Away from my hands and into the hands of readers. Deep breaths.

I hope you enjoy it as much as you did LARKSTORM and NIGHTINGALE.

Here’s to PHOENIX!phoenix_final_large

It’s available at the following sites:


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