Spirits of Falajen (Sethi’s Song, Book 1)

Brisethi Sen Asel just wants peace for her country but making that happen requires her to join the military to change the system from the inside out. In Spirits of Falajen, Brisethi starts her military career and explores her powers, but does she have the strength to keep her inner dragon spirit alive?

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Insanely Sane (Coming May 2022 from Motina Books)

People say we’re sick. Abnormal. Broken. We’re something, alright.
From arson to Zoloft and everything in between, Pleasant Valley Treatment Center acts as an intersection for ten lives. Their trauma is messy. Healing is even messier.


What You Will (In progress)

A YA contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night

Kiss of Death (In progress)

Her people were hunted and murdered, but she escaped. Now she wants revenge.

Demons of Falajen (Sethi’s Song, Book 2)

Brisethi Sen Asel and Sulica Nin return in the second installment of Sethi’s Song. While Brisethi is off trying to establish her country’s first alliance, Sulica investigates the disappearance of the Kiaran empress. When their paths cross, can they put aside the past to unearth the conspiracy of an old companion? Sethi’s Song, book 2.

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Dragons of Falajen (Sethi’s Song, Book 3)

Just as the war reaches its tipping point, Brisethi Sen Asel finds herself in the exact wrong place and with someone she did not expect. Now they must find their way home before Sariadne is lost forever. Sethi’s Song, book 3.


Unforgiven (Querying)

Claudia will do anything for her family, even if that means cursing a child. Adelaide and her mother never see eye-to-eye on anything except the garden. When Adelaide’s best friend Belle goes missing, mother and daughter must team up to prevent innocent blood from spilling.

The Ace Affair (In progress)

When Grant starts working at the Hardlin Community Center, he expects downtrodden kids and rundown buildings. Not only are the kids lively and determined, Grant’s new boss understands him in ways no one ever has before.