Book Recommendations

Hope you enjoyed your holidays.

I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for being such supportive fans.

I also wanted to remind you that The Mortician’s Daughter: One Foot in the Grave was released 10/31/17. If you like teenage romance with some woo-woo and a mystery, I think you’ll love it. Order it from Kobo, Indie Bound, Amazon or Barnes & Noble. 







On February 28, 2018 I have another young adult book coming out called This Heart of Mine. This book is personal and written from my heart. You see, my husband had a kidney transplant, so I’m very aware of the second chance we’ve been given. And I really wanted to tell Leah MacKenzie’s story. She’s in desperate need of a heart transplant, and doesn’t expect to live much longer. When she gets her heart, she realizes it’s from a boy at school that committed suicide. Or that’s what everyone thinks—except his twin, Matt. Together Leah and Matt team up to discover the truth—and may find love along the way.

Even though This Heart of Mine isn’t out yet, you can still pre-order it and you’ll receive it as soon as it’s released. Pre-order it at Amazon,Barnes & Noble, Books-A-Million and Powell’s. 


Looking for a new author? Here are two books I’ve read this year that I would highly recommend.

I’ve already blogged about the first one, Mary Lindsey’s Haven.  I adored Rain, the main character. I found myself rooting for this boy whose life had brought on too many hurdles. And I loved Mary’s page-turning writing style.  You can order Haven at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, iBooksKobo, Google PlayIndie Bound and Entangled






The second book is Letters to the Lost by Brigid Kemmerer.  I loved this story. I’ve only briefly met Brigid, but I can’t tell you how much I loved this book. The story is about Juliet who lost her mother and is trying to overcome the grief.  Declan is also dealing with grief and has a really mixed up home life.  I always have been a fan of books that show two strangers accidentally meeting and finding they are each other’s touch stones. You can order Letters to the Lost at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Indiebound.



Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year!

2 thoughts on “Book Recommendations

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