Category: Hopefuls (Page 1 of 4)

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January 28, 2022

Announcements, Hopefuls, Janie One More Time, Sales and Promotions

Cover/Title Reveal: Introducing Hopefuls 3!


Hey friends! Today I am delighted to introduce you to my next release, the eagerly-awaited third book in the Hopefuls series, Janie One More Time! 🎉

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November 17, 2021

Hopefuls, Monthly Author Check-In, Personal, The Beacon Campaigns

Monthly Author Check-In: November 2021


What I’m Writing: All the things
What I’m Reading: The Shimmering State by Meredith Westgate
What I’m Loving: The 2.0 update on Animal Crossing: New Horizons—I have finally learned how to properly decorate my island, and to say I’m obsessed is putting it mildly

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July 1, 2019

Announcements, Hopefuls, Indie Superhero Summer, The Private Life of Jane Maxwell

Announcing the Exclusive F-BOM SPECIAL EDITION of The Private Life of Jane Maxwell!


Today I am beyond excited to announce that The Private Life of Jane Maxwell has been chosen as F-BOM’s Feminist Book of the Month for July/August 2019!

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June 24, 2019

Announcements, Hopefuls, Indie Superhero Summer, Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair?

RELEASE DAY: Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair? (Hopefuls 2)


FRIENDS! The big day is finally, finally here—Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair? is now available for purchase!

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June 1, 2019

Announcements, Hopefuls, Indie Superhero Summer, Sales and Promotions, The Private Life of Jane Maxwell, Who’s Afraid of Amy Sinclair?

#IndieSuperheroSummer Begins!


Hey, friends!

Welcome to June, and welcome to the first-ever Indie Superhero Summer! This is an event I’ll be hosting here on my blog for the duration of June, July, and August in celebration of self-published supehero books. Why? Well, as an author of a book that fits that category, I obviously have a vested interest in it—but also because there’s been such an increase of excellent superhero books in these last few years since I first published The Private Life of Jane Maxwell, and I wanted to celebrate that.

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