Ada and the Singing Skull is now available! It's the second long novella sequel to my five-book epistolary fiction novel series. As with the previous book (The Heart of Ameinias), this one will be episodic but will still follow a logical timeline.
As with my other books, even the long novellas, this is available in both e-book (99 cents) and print ($9.00). Any price changes in the print book will be noted here. Go to the book page for the blurb and the link to online stores. If you purchase a copy, thank you so much, and I hope you enjoy it!
My next planned release is Nightshade's Emporium, which would be published under the Grotesqueries collection.
This is a contemporary novella that's my own play on Greek Mythology, and it's also a romantic comedy. I figured it's time to lighten the mood a little following four gothic horror / gothic romance books that are pretty dramatic and serious. It's my plan to bring in more humorous gothic stuff down the line for variety. Watch this space!
The images below showcase my planned releases for 2024 and 2025 (partially). If you've visited my site before, you'll see a change in the release dates. After a good deal of thinking, I decided to revert to a six-month calendar instead of a five-month release schedule. On the whole, it's simply better and more doable for me given my work schedule as well as my shifting priorities to taking it a little more easy on the writing front. It also simplifies things for me and allows me extra wiggle room for emergencies, etc.
2024 will also see the last book I'll be writing for my Ghosts and Tea collection. The original series actually runs five books long (novels), while whatever follows is a long novella sequel. As it stands, I only have enough story ideas for three sequels, and I'll quit while I'm ahead and not draw the series out unnecessarily. At any rate, Freddy and Prue's adventures will continue well beyond the end of the last book, and it's safe to say, everything will end happily for everyone when the final book comes out.