i’ve decided i want to use this blog a bit more to share my writing. i have a lot of projects going on, so why not share? my goal is if there’s a sentence or two, or a paragraph that i really enjoy, i’ll just put it up here.
because boy, do i have a LOT of projects.
I already know what I’m doing for NaNoWriMo, which is a big load off. I’ll be working on the third book in the Layogenic series, and the entire series is already outlined, so all I need to do is write it.
So basically here are the books I’m working on…. (please don’t mind my horrible summaries. they need a lot of work)
Layogenic series (this is my dearest darling series that has captured all of my heart and time)
16-year-old Sawyer Harlem finds a diary in his attic, and the diary is from the 1660s. His best friend Isobel Mulvoy is under the impression that the woman who owned it, Bristol Keesler survived both the plague and the Great Fire of London, and so her new goal becomes to prove herself right. However, when they find out information about Bristol’s son, things get a lot more complicated.
Transfer student Norah Delano has a secret so dangerous that it’s slowly killing her. Twelve-year-old Sabrina Harlem and thirteen-year-old Tucker Madisen get paired together on a school project, unaware of how much this will change the both of them.
Life Continues (very much of a working title considering the idea came to me less than a week ago)
Two years ago, Remi Weston tried to kill herself, and her twin brother Jack was the only one who treated her as the same Remi who he’d always known and loved. This is the story of her life following the incident, because life does go on.
Come As You Are
Kinsley, after a gap year because her parents didn’t trust her health enough, is off to college, in Florida, just like she’s always wanted. She doesn’t have to be the sick girl, and she can be who she wants, because pretending is easy when no one knows you. Then she meets Landon, who is so honest, and faithful, and raw, that she forgets why she thought pretending was so great.
Don’t Forget Me (a novella)
Grace’s fiance Emery died in a car accident a week ago. She grieves, and suddenly, she receives a note to meet him at their spot in the park, and she sees him. Now she keeps on seeing him over and over again: alive, dying, and dead, and she can’t stop it.