I’m always working on several projects. These are my current ones!

To view my published works, click here. But if you’re just here to find out what I’m currently writing, editing, etc., well, you’ve come to the right place indeed, pardner!

At Her Fingertips

I’m working on a new outline of book 3 of The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy, At Her Fingertips. This novel will be rewritten from scratch!

About the Book

Debutante ​Alice Knight has a plan: have her first social season in London, meet the perfect man, and marry him. Fortunately, a rich and charming gentleman falls right in her lap—and nothing will convince her to give him up.

However, Alice’s faith in her plan begins to shatter in the presence of her new American friend, Peter Strauss, who insists she’s not involving God enough in her life.

The life she’s worked so hard for is finally at her fingertips, but what if faith in God’s will is more important than her own?


It’s with my early readers!

The Duke’s Twin

I decided to work on a new project with Brett Harris and Kara Swanson of YWW’s Author program. I’m currently writing it for NaNoWriMo 2020 – but I got an early start and am almost finished!

About the Book

The Duke’s Twin is a Regency romance with comedic elements. It features Philip and William – a dastardly duke and his much more grounded younger brother, who takes care of everything for his reckless twin.

When Philip gambles away the family fortune, William agrees to pretend to be Philip while his brother attempts to use their remaining estate to get a loan and save their family name. However, William manages to fall in love – and, naturally, everything goes wrong.


Written & on a break!

Becoming Miss Knight

This novella is #2.5 in The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy. It will be releasing as a special gift for certain folks – details to be announced – and on Amazon in January 2021.

About the Book

Alice Knight’s debut is in less than a year, and everything has to be perfect. Of course, she’d rather be riding her horse or playing with her younger siblings than learning to curtsy. But, with her mother in France for a holiday, the care of the house falls to her—and what better time to learn what it really means to be a lady?

Ivy, her twin sister, has other things on her mind. Namely, the endless conundrum of why she promised to keep an eye on her younger siblings while her parents are gone. She’s the least-qualified person to take care of them, but, bound by her word, she’s determined to try.

Even with all the guidance and advice available, becoming Miss Knight isn’t proving to be easy for either of them. However, any amount of work is worth keeping a promise to their mother.


Currently writing

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