I am super-excited to announce that my novella, Catching Cats, will be available on April 23rd, 2019!
The epidemic is spreading. The first documented case was decades ago. Then it was just a handful of sightings. Rumors. And of course the deaths. It’s common knowledge now. See a cat. Die within days. My sister doesn’t have much time. We have to act quickly. I’m just not sure what to do to help her. There is only one way she can save herself. She has to catch the cat.
Lark has watched her family succumb to the cat epidemic one by one. When she is at her most hopeless, a chance for a new and better life appears, but first she must do the impossible.
Loss, betrayal , triumph, magic, and cats abound in this engaging novella for readers of all ages.
Today's the day!
SuperGym: Get Fit or Die Trying is available for purchase starting today!
Click the book to buy my dystopian fitness nightmare.
In a world where Trainers rule and every calorie counts, you need to get fit or die trying.
There’s only one goal in the city of Famecili, and that is to become the ideal. Toned, tanned, and beautiful. The SuperGym Trainers are going to get you there by any means necessary. Health guru, Benjamin Pratt, hand-picked them to make sure you get fit or die trying. Come train with the best of the best. It’s not like you really have a choice.
Maggie is not the ideal. She’s not toned, tan, or beautiful, and she never will be. But, she is special. She has a special power that makes her dangerous, and her body seems completely resistant to change. Mr. Pratt loves a challenge and becomes obsessed with Maggie. He is going to do everything he can to make her the ideal. Maggie is focused entirely on escaping Mr. Pratt and his SuperGyms. There is a wall outside the city, and she is determined to get over it. But, is freedom what waits for her on the other side?
*Contains mature content
I've finally finished the final edit on Do You Remember Ella?, and it feels good. I've spent a long time on this story, and I am satisfied with the result. I made quite a few changes during this last edit, and the book has definitely improved.
The more I worked on the tiny details, the more I began to think that I was looking at the wrong market. The book's main character is a teenager, but I don't think that is enough to qualify it as YA fiction. It's a horror novel. I'm not surprised. Horror has always been my favorite genre. I've changed the way I'm going to market the book, and I've also changed the cover. Overall, I am very happy with the result.
I'm happy to be on schedule for the December 6th release. I'm excited to get the book out there!
Em is a writer, theatre director, and hiker. She likes mixing horror with magical realism and adding sci-fi twist.