"Having to kiss a boy was bad enough, but forcing Morgan to marry him was too much to ask. All that was before the girl of her dreams even showed up in her life. Now Morgan had to choose between her obligations to her family and the call of her heart. But when the law is against you and the choice implies death, is there truly an option at all?"
"Morgan's Short Story" will be available for FREE for members of the readers' group: https://goo.gl/FCY56z
I really didn't expect so much excitement and intrigue yesterday when so announced my next book! You guys are awesome. This is the official cover of my YA dystopian, Three Words Cursed, also referred to by me for the last six years as "Circus story." Thank you to @ginnamoran who sat through about 30 drafts of this cover at 2-3am over Snapchat messages!
Not every moment in @theburntsunsetnovel is an apocalyptic catastrophe for Solstice Dayton and Baeran Sheridan. The beaches are closed but the waves keep rolling. #surf #bobmarley #themamasandthepapas #beachboys #jimmybuffett
What's on your beach 🌊 playlist? Mine starts with No Woman No Cry, California Dreamin', Wouldn't It Be Nice and A Pirate Looks at Forty. Mix those 4 songs together with a strong emphasis on California Dreamin's harmonization and repetition of the lines and you get Surfwax.
Solstice Dayton suffers from migraine auras that precede lyrical dreamvisions. With each song knowledge is gained and hope for the future can be found.
For more of Solstice Dayton's lyrical journey through the apocalypse follow @theburntsunsetnovel #concussion #glutenfree#brainfog
All misspellings are intentional.
My next release is in November! ••••••••••••••
Seventeen-year-old Haven doesn’t remember life before the Surge.
Before electricity was zapped to near non-existence.
Before families sold their children and big cities became ghost towns.
Before she met her best friend Cricket, the 6’10” boy she rescued from a freak show.
After spending a year as the McCall circus’s star dancer, Haven is blindsided when her employer sells her to a brothel. Refusing to be sold into prostitution, she hatches an escape plan, but after her final show, she and Cricket are interrupted mid-escape by an intoxicated assassin named Breck. He is everything Haven fears about the outside world - dangerous, cold, and yet incredibly charming.
But Breck’s arrival ends with a trail of blood and their faces plastered on WANTED posters. Haven agrees to leave under his protection on one condition - Cricket goes too - and because Breck can’t fight his burning infatuation with Haven, he agrees.
Hopping trains and hiding out in a misfit circus wasn’t the life she’d envisioned, but as Breck’s hard exterior softens and Cricket’s smile is no longer painted, Haven finally realizes how badly she wants to be free and in control of her own life.
With the brothel and McCall’s investors closing in on them, Haven must fight for what she wants - but the price for freedom is greater than she ever imagined.