My Writing



The Princess and the Pea
Genre: fairytale retelling
Status: Editing
Length: Novel

Surrounded by the strife of an impeding war between formerly allied countries, a princess seeks to be reunited with her family. Meanwhile, there is a prince intent on winning the hand of the maiden he has chosen to be his wife, and his loyal friend and knight is faced with the most difficult choice of his life.

Love this shade of blue...Love this shade of red...the 2 go perfectly together in this photo:


Genre: Historical fiction/romance
Status: Writing
Length: Novel

 A historical romance set during World War II. Christian themes of trust and redemption energize the story of a girl and her family and the loss they go through. Set during wintertime, images such as a cozy farmhouse, hot black coffee, frigid stars, pancakes frying on the griddle, and many smiles and much laughter fill the novel.

farmhouse snow | Our farm house in the snow … in the south central Pennyslvania area.:

Neven's Backstory
Genre: fairytale 
Status: Writing
Length: Novella
Behind every villain is a story. Neven, the villain from A Missing Princess has much more in the depths of his past than simply a cruel desire for power.

Neven:

Snow White
Genre: fairytale retelling
Status: Brainstorming
Length: Novel

Set during the same world as A Missing Princess and "Neven's backstory". Involves the brother of Alethea from  A Missing Princess, reclusive men living in the mountains, and a heroine cast from her step mother and plunged into an entirely new life.
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(I actually have way more story ideas than this, but I have to keep some secret, don't I?)


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