Some of you are aware that one of my novels, Unspoken, was contracted to a tiny, up and coming publishing house. After some time of not hearing from them, I pushed and was finally told that they were dissolving. During this time I wrote three more novels, one of which was the sequel to Unspoken. But that didn’t help the sense of loss.


Realizing that everything happens for a reason (my motto), I took a second and third look at my query and sent it off to a few agents and publishing houses. I happened upon Parliament House and sent my query and first three chapters and much to my surprise, they asked for the full manuscript! Now, I hadn’t opened up the document in two years mind you so who knows what had been overlooked.  Nails bitten and house neglected, I swept through it one last time and sent it away.

I waited a few weeks. I wasn’t genuinely hopeful because of my failures in the past, but I tried to keep positive. Lots of writers go through dozens and even hundreds of rejections before they find the right home for their work. I know what I love, and that is writing. So I couldn’t be sad. I couldn’t be down on myself and stop writing. I could not give up.


And then my Gmail app chimed, and there was an email from Parliament House, and THEY WANTED MY NOVEL!


There is going e a ton of work and lots of waiting for this wolfy story to get out to the masses, but God am I excited. I will update as soon as things get moving along. For the time being, here is the placeholder and the link to add it to your WANT TO READ. Please add it. It helps authors a lot!

Add it on Goodreads!

Link to the announcement of the acquisition!



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This Splintered Silence: review



368 pages
Expected publication: November 13th 2018 by HarperTeen
Thank you to Edelweiss and the publisher for a chance to review this title
This book thrusts you into a virus-ridden space station commanded by seventeen-year-old Lindley who is forced into the position after the adults are killed off. This book was fun and exciting and I shall break it down for you.
I really liked the mystery of the story. We’ve got this virus which may or may not is killing the second generation crew aboard the station. BUUUUUUUT we don’t know if it’s the virus. It could be murder. It could be aliens. It could all a bad dream. I feel that, even though I didn’t connect with Lindley at first, I grew to like her character a lot as the book went on. She grew as she strived to maintain a ship and its surviving crew, dealing with food shortages and other real problems. The others main characters were very well done, as well. I felt as though I cared for them which is a must for me in survival stories like this.
The love triangle thing wasn’t necessary, but it didn’t bother me much. It did feel as though nothing really came of it as it should have. With so much going on, I’m not sure that aspect should have been presented if it wasn’t going to be fleshed out.
This was an interesting and quick read for me. I didn’t hate it, but I didn’t love it. It was just okay. It didn’t waste any time thrusting us into the action which, for some, can be jarring. For myself, it did take a minute to settle into the plot, but once I did, I was good to go. As with Sandcastle Empire, the writing style was not my thing, but I liked this one far more.
If you liked books like Illuminae, Contagion, The 100, and Sanctuary, this is the book for you.
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