Fill Your Kindle!

Hope everyone had a pleasant day, no matter how you spent it. Ours was pretty low key, and I even managed a nap! Woot!

Did you get an ereader this year? Want to know what to add to it?

Of course, my first suggestion is going to be mine!

This sale at Smashwords is still going on, folks! If you’ve been waiting for the perfect time to grab all three of my books and be nice to your wallet, now’s the time!

But I also wanted to share with you the books I added to my Kindle this weekend:

Happily ever after is possible. It’s getting there that’s hard. For no one is this more true than high school senior, Michelle “Elle” Conner. Elle is a simple, hard working girl from a small town in the middle of East Jesus Nowhere. Cast as a secondary character in her own life, Elle lives in the constant shadow of her annoying twin sisters. Her mother’s cold shoulder coupled with her father’s absence leaves Elle feeling isolated in her own home. Her one escape is waitressing at the local pie shop, Hap-PIE-ly Ever After. Despite her hardships, a surprising accident during senior year turns everything on its ear. Once upon a time she was nobody, but perhaps her fairytale is closer than she thinks.

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In her hometown of Harpersgrove, Bella Southland is considered odd. A homeschooled, early high school graduate, she’s not into parties and never had a boyfriend. Besides, boys in books are better. This is a truth that Bella knows universally. She’d rather lose herself in the pages of classic than in the terrifying universe of teenage dating. With a waistline that leaves much to be desired, she’s never considered herself the object of anyone’s affections. 

When an unexpected opportunity arises, Bella is forced away from her comfort zone, family, and friends. Isolated in a mysterious world where not everyone is as they seem, she must forge onward to find confidence, acceptance, and unconditional love. Most of all, Bella must summon a courageous heart and become the heroine of her own story.

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She lives a life of masquerade parties, governesses, and flirting with eligible men like the handsome thief, Nyro Stonehelm, who openly defies the vampire King and Queen.
Soon a visit from the King brings Bianca face to face with a terrible reality—her father has gambled away everything, and still owes the King’s Court more. To set an example, the King executes her father. That one fateful morning, Bianca loses everything she ever knew. 
With his last breath, her father confesses she’s a Trove and begs her to run. Instead, she swears revenge and joins the Queen’s Court, determined to destroy the King one day.

This is a COMPLETE series!

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I’m taking a break from college to help Grandpa run his nursery business. I’m all he’s got, and he desperately needs my help.

But when he unexpectedly dies, leaving behind an ancient relic as my inheritance, I’m not ready to accept that all the stories he once told me are real.

Creatures forged from fire don’t exist, and the irresistible man that just appeared out of nowhere at my doorstep is not here to grant me three wishes.

This is a complete trilogy!

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This three book series is an amazing retelling of some of your favorite fairy tales!

The Nutcracker Curse, Book 1

The Selection meets The Last Unicorn. If I don’t break the curse, I’ll turn into a nutcracker.

The Bluebeard Curse, Book 2

I must break the dark curse hanging above me if I want to rescue the one I love: Nolan

The Hansel and Gretel Curse, Book 3

To rescue my brother, I’ll venture into the witch’s lair.

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Today will be the best day, Leida decides, as skipping school with her best friend to go to an amusement park could not be topped. But as Tuesday repeats itself, Leida still decides the same thing. Today will be the best day. Leida’s best friend Ozzie does not agree. Tuesday is not the best day. It should not be repeating over and over and over again. Leida starts every day by thinking today will be the best day–until Ozzie proves her otherwise.

Check out my TBR List for 2022 for everything else!


See you in January!

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