Future Projects


I may have mentioned it a time or two, I've got some writing projects in the works! Here's a little sneak peak inside my notebook!



Beasts Among Us series



Pack of Freaks

 Only a short time has passed, since Gretchen was betrayed. Now she's faced with a marriage she wasn't prepared for, a psychotic protege, and a pack of circus freaks brought to her front door.
To say that Gretchen is stressed, may be an understatement, but that's all bunnies and rainbows compared to the real problem: The Fae are forced out of hiding, and no one wants a crazed werewolf styling their hair.
Come on, who said hairdressers were normal?
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Status: Completed Rough Draft


The Words War

The Fae are exposed, listed to a registry for all to see.
The old gods are coming out of hiding, and they're pissed. The world is not the way they left it.
Humans fear the Fae. They want them to return Underhill. 
There are a few human and Fae, that want to coexist.
War is no longer brewing, it's here.
Gretchen and her fledgling pack, are called to the front lines. Friend becomes foe, and death is around the corner.
Genre: Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy 
 Status: Completed Rough Draft


The Were Zone 


 Gretchen and her pack are getting settle in their nephew wolf, along side every other critter that wants to claim a piece. Gretchen is not only head honcho of the packs but the steward of one of the North American territories. 

Every day also most, new wolves and packs submit her her, adding their voices to the  cacophony inside her head. 
She wants to give her two teenagers a taste of normal life, but their life simply isn’t normal. There are packs that are refusing to submit to Gretchen’s authority, including one that she used to call family. 
When a group of anti-fae pure blood humans murder one of her new wolves she struggles to keep her underlings under control as they seek revenge. They’d survived one war, Gretchen doesn’t need another in her own back yard

Genre: Post Apocalyptic Urban Fantasy

Status: Incomplete Rough Draft

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