Mark of the Maker
Wildwood Blackstone believed her dream of being a country blacksmith was coming true. When the town of Bannock hires her to restore their abandoned carriage house built in the 1800s, she can’t wait to begin. But there are more than ghosts in Bannock and shortly after her arrival, she discovers this truth. When a childhood friend answers a call for help, Wildwood finds a part of her past that she longed to rediscover. Together they reveal Bannock’s secret and uncover the Mark of the Maker.
Book 1 of the Maker series
The Magick and the Maker
Daggers, Dragons, and Demons!
The journey continues into the world of magick, unbelievable creatures, and the mystery behind Wildwood and Shay’s childhood connection born from their time in the foster care system.
Wildwood’s ability to transform demon remains into powerful evil-fighting weapons not only invokes more questions about the origin of her abilities but empowers Shay to embrace her magick. When her mentor’s lies are brought to light, the two must decide if they are facing deception or guidance.
Is their newly forged relationship strong enough to carry them through the mystical secrets of Bannock? Who is the keeper of the Magick? When will Wildwood and Shay uncover the truth behind the Mark of the Maker?
Return to Bannock as secret realms clash with reality, and Wildwood and Shay are tangled in the dark secrets buried deep in the small town’s history.
Book 2 of the Maker series
She Believed She Could
A Journey of Self Discovery
One Day At A Time.
How do you fit an adventure into twenty-four hours?
What can you do in a day?
Can you make a dream reality before the clock strikes midnight? Why haven’t you tried?
Jump out of your comfort zone and dive into life as you follow the author on her journey to achieve 365 new experiences in 365 days.
Immortal Human Truth
A collection of poetry and short essays about love, loss, hope and survival. Inspired by experiences with family and friends as I traveled to promote my first published story.
Dear Kane; What I wish we would have said
Do the words that we say in front of our children build them up or tear them down? This short story explores the consequences of hatred and bigotry when it applies, unknowingly, to someone that you love. There is a time in every relationship when a parent must let go of the dreams they have for their child, so the child can chase after what they dream to become.