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Murder at Macbeth is a classic whodunnit that centres around a talented, young actress who unwittingly stabs herself live onstage after a prop knife is tampered with. Suspicion immediately falls on her eclectic band of castmates, but who had the motive to kill the show's leading lady? Bitter rivalries, secret trysts and troubled pasts are just the beginning of the story…
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Black Cherry is primarily about love and sex between queer black women. Many of the protagonists are in committed relationships, some monogamous, others poly. Some, not at all. But the binding theme for me is unflinching, unapologetic love, and the different expressions of it.
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The book follows Kat who's life is almost perfect, all except for one thing, she feels lonely. When Daniel walks into her workplace one afternoon, she wonders if he could be the one to solve this problem. After they go on what she thinks to be the perfect date, Daniel disappears. The next morning, after waking up in the house she inherited from her father — with no recollection of how she got there — Kat ends up finding Daniel imprisoned in the old-style jail cell built specifically for her in her childhood bedroom and forgotten memories of her troubled past resurface. Daniel then comes to realize that he is, in fact, dealing with two captors, and in order for him to make his escape, he must befriend Kat’s darker personality. The same one Kat had believed to be dormant, but now, has no control over.
Refracture will be available July 2020
Going Down was a short story, made into a serialised novel. First on Wattpad, I decided to publish it on Amazon as it had been so well received, reaching #1 for LGBT Fiction. It’s basically about two guys, a CEO and a lowly marketing executive, getting stuck in a malfunctioned elevator and what happens after that. It’s a love story, an adventure, an office romance, gangster novel. I’ve slung every trope in there I can think of; hurt/comfort, only one bed, stuck in the snow, power play. There’s a lot going on. Oh yes, and lots of sex. I mean, a LOT.
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My book, Dødsvalsen (roughly translated to Waltz of Death), is about a young girl named Anna living in Copenhagen in a foster family after her parents die and her brother get mentally ill after a car crash. Death arrives and asks her to sign for her brother Tristan’s life in order to end it, but Anna refuses and gets thrown out in a literal duel with Death – if she wins, she gets an additional 100 years from her victory, and Tristan survives. If Death wins, both Tristan and Anna will have to go to the realm of the dead…
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My newest book is about a nonbinary/cis couple who have been trying to start a family for awhile. They started the foster process and started trying to conceive, and nothing’s been panning out. Then they get a call about fostering a teenager who happens to be trans, and pregnant. It’s just about their journey and them coming together as a family. It’s called Expectations because, besides the obvious of ‘expecting’ meaning ‘pregnant’, it looks at people’s expectations. One of my favorite lines is the very first one, “I’m ovulating,” because you immediately think, okay, this is a female trying to get pregnant. And then the next line, you realize, oh, nope, they’re a guy trying to get pregnant. So it’s about the reader’s expectations, but then the characters’, as well—Rowan definitely has some preconceived notions about what his foster parents are going to be like, especially. I was trying to start a family for several years—I went through the foster care process for a couple years and had a ton of problems that led me to start trying to conceive. Then that took longer than expected. Through this whole thing, I was looking for information on transgender people having kids, and there’s so little out there—a few memoirs, some news stories, but no novels. So three and a half years into this whole process, it was NaNoWriMo, and I wrote the novel I wanted to read at this point.
Guardian of Angel is about an anxious, insecure teen, Angelika Juris, who must save her kidnapped sister, Veronica, from an army of supernatural mutants. Aided by her guardian angel, who has been visible to her since suffering a near-death-experience, Angelika locates her sister in a remote castle, falls in love with a mysterious new stranger, and uncovers a dark agenda involving genetic experiments, evil spirits, and the intended destruction of mankind.
My YA Fantasy novel is unique because the main theme or conflict is climate change. Unlike Game of Thrones or A Court of Thorns and Roses, it’s a medieval fantasy novel where these characters aren’t trying to gain power or win a war. They’re trying to figure out a way to save the world from a lack of natural resources and the breakdown of the natural processes of the world.
Available November 20, 2020