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She writes as much as humanly possible, especially young-adult fiction.

Then if there’s some time left she’ll read the books on her life-threatening TBR pile or get on the next flight to anywhere.

Learn more here.

Her debut novel Devonna will be released by Evernight Teen in October 2019.

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DEVONNA

Young Adult. Paranormal. Romance. And a lot of secrets.

Devonna is a 17-year-old girl who cannot physically feel anything, except the touch of ghosts.

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She is human. She is a living human. Humans do not see you. Do not hear you. Do not feel you. Nevertheless. There is a chance. If she is the one, the third factor does not apply.

She grins.


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DEAN & LILY

Young adult. Action. Romance. Secrets. A pinch of sass.

Dean & Lily is a fast-read, dystopian story in the form of short episodes, each under 500 words (2-min read). You can read the first episodes right here!

 

The stench of flood and rotten apples is so strong I almost faint as I climb over the fence. I put on the mask they asked me to bring and step into the darkness of the orchard.

Dean & Lily, Episode 1

BOOK DISCUSSIONS

Here are some of my favorite recent reads:

Leah on the Offbeat, Becky Albertalli
FangirlRainbow Rowell
Warcrossby Marie Lu
It’s Kind of a Funny Storyby Ned Vezzini
Peter Panby J.M. Barrie
Turtles All the Way DownJohn Green
This Savage SongVictoria Schwab

 

A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies.

– George R.R. Martin

TOP 3 SHORT STORIES ON AWA

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Stolen Hearts (6 min)

Mystery
Paranormal
STARRING: Your weekly dose of creepy.

 

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Fears (1 min)

Flash Fiction
Death
STARRING: An old, dusty typewriter

 

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That’s Not My Dog (7 min)

Humour
Romance
STARRING: Dog poop

 

“Good morning,” I say. “I need you to make this dog poop. Please.”

– That’s Not my Dog

TRAVELS

I travel as much as I can, and I love to share my travel photos and anecdotes with you guys.
All travel posts here.

 

 

To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries.

– Aldous Huxley