What’s Up Wednesday – I Have Been A Busy Bee

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I had fully intended to post a cool deleted scene from Traveler yesterday, but the day got away from me. Look for that next week on “Tidbit Tuesday.”

Today, I’ll give you the scoop on what’s ahead.

First, I’ve got two new book signings to add to the list:

Barnes & Noble in Plymouth Meeting, PA  1-4pm

Barnes & Noble in Wyomissing, PA  1-4 pm

And stay tuned for more! I’ll also be popping up all over the place on a couple of different blog tours in the near future, so stay tuned for guest posts, interviews and excerpts – I’ll link to all of them as they go up.

In and around all of this, I’m putting the finishing touches on DREAMER, and scribbling here and there on the book that will follow it. Right now, I’ve got three warring in my brain. Here’s a breakdown – I’d be interested in knowing which one you’d like to read first:

  1. An epic YA fantasy adventure based on the mythology of ancient Ireland – specifically the Tuatha de Danann, a race of superbeings/deities in ancient Ireland who existed in a parallel ‘otherworld.’ I’m sending a modern girl there on a quest, and there will be serious bad-assery, tons of snark, and so many plot twists your head will spin.
  2. A YA Sci-Fi thriller with psychological components, involving a girl who has night terrors and the people (and things) she meets within those dark dreams.
  3. A mystical YA fantasy about a magical realm, a dying mage, and the girl who must carry the story contained within his last breath.

So whatta ya think? Do any of those sound intriguing? Comment below and let me know!

 

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