Works in Progress

Current WIPs:

Dark Fantasy Romance
Two species of humanoids, each with their own unique approach to magic, are at war. Torn between the two, Lessiyara struggles to stay afloat. But when she saves Ronan from a crumbling cliff, the warrior from the valley might just overthrow the delicate balance she’s worked so hard to forge.

The first draft is almost done!

The Monsters that H(a)unt Us (Working Title)
Literary Zombie Novel
Broken people searching for family, safety, and acceptance while the world devolves into chaos. And lets not forget the zombies (aka The Evers).

I’m doing NaNoWriMo for the first time ever, and this is my project. It’s coming along so fucking well that I genuinely can’t believe it.

The Regonia Chronicles
Dark sci-fi epic with romance
Two alien species, complete with a unique language. New worlds to house them, plus… the end of Earth and humanity’s new beginning in space.
And…the characters go through some serious shit.

Prequel One: Written
Prequel Two: Started
Book One: Written (and in its first round of edits)
Book Two: Written
Book Three: Written
Book Four: Written
Standalone in Regonia universe (The Gem of Meruna): Published

Coming soon:

A Blessed Darkness
Literary Romantic Fantasy
This novel incorporates beings of myth, fantastical Gods and lore, and magical abilities, all the while staring straight into the eyes of dire circumstance, daring it to do its worst.

Short stories:

Victorian romance short story, Straight and LGBT

Born of Heathen Gods
Victorian mystery/thriller short story
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Olly Olly Oxen Free
Horror/Flash Fiction
How long can she hide from him?

Other Ideas:

Shared Sight
Paranormal Thriller

Several unnamed high fantasy romance ideas, some straight, some LGBT

All this, plus tons of unnamed ideas that are still brewing. As you can see, there are a lot of irons in many fires. Genres and themes are flying all over the place. The common thread?


I want my work to make people feel something. As such… I don’t guarantee happy endings. Sometimes, a sad ending is true to the characters and the story itself, and if that’s what the book calls for, that’s what I write.

Prepare yourselves.