Written Works

The Door’s Shadow –

Shortly after finding out that she and her brother, Liam, are what people call Chosen, Liz’s hometown is burned to the ground by demons. Liz and Liam flee to seek refuge with Queen Isabella in Aloria, Alyspar’s capital city. However, after meeting Princess Arabella and a Royal Guard-in-training, Graham, they soon find out that Queen Isabella has her own sinister plans in store, and not everything is as it seems…

My debut novel, The Door’s Shadow, was nominated for the IPPY Best Teen Novel award in 2021. It was previously published by a hybrid publishing house, which has since shut down. Though it was relatively successful, I am currently rewriting it from scratch to properly fit the market in the future.

Colors –

Colors is a collection of poems, each poem sorted into a specific color based on its content. It is an emotionally-driven journey centering on the meaning of feeling, thinking, and living. If you are interested as an agent or publisher, you can find my business email on my About Me page.

The Adventures of Aurora Borealis –

The Adventures of Aurora Borealis will be a children’s book collection starring my friend’s Husky, Aurora Borealis. Currently in the works, I am dramatizing Aurora’s part in my friend and relatives building a camper from a bare trailer. She has given me other shenanigans to write about as well–I am establishing everything with myself, my illustrator, and my friend to ensure we are all satisfied with the final project.

Other Projects –

I’m primarily working on an independent young adult sci-fi novel about different dimensions, ethics, and finding your own identity. This takes place approximately 50 miles east of Seattle, centering on Harper Harley, who finds herself in a mess of events relating to her work’s research and conflicting with her ethical standards–not to mention interpersonal conflicts with her two closest friends after exposure to their upbringings.

I am rewriting my original novel, The Door’s Shadow, to incorporate more recent feedback and to fit the modern market. This will compare with the original novel plus an additional sequel, both fleshed out more thoroughly. Past that, I have two novellas related to this story about characters who are not as physically present as the main characters.

I have four other novel ideas–a mixture of fantasy and sci-fi, largely young adult–that I will begin working on after these others are more finalized.

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