Books

The Tricker-Treater and Other Stories

Horror

“The Tricker-Treater is gonna stop by your house tonight. You gotta meet with him and do what he says, or else.”

A woman agrees to take part in a creature’s sick game to save the child she loves. A girl and her mother move into a nightmare house. Two brothers embark on a high-seas treasure hunt…

Unboxed

Horror

Greg Zipper is a paranormal vlogger whose livelihood relies on his online popularity. When a fight between him and his girlfriend goes viral for all the wrong reasons, Greg purchases a dark web mystery box in hopes of restoring his audience’s faith in him and hitting one million subscribers. But when Greg opens the box, he gets much more than he bargained for, including a Boxer…

Livingston Girls

YA Urban Fantasy

What if you could become a witch?

When my parents shipped me off to an all-girls boarding school, I thought I was in for a boring junior year. The last thing I expected was discovering magic and a secret coven of witches.

Although I’d wanted to lie low at my new school, I couldn’t deny how tempting it was to join the witches…

Reflections

YA Urban Fantasy

In the wake of an assault, sixteen-year-old Rama Ganeshan hates what she sees in the mirror. She yearns to be someone else . . . someone pretty, popular, and loved—until multiple girls in town are murdered. After stumbling across her beautiful classmate’s body and a terrifyingly familiar face in the murderer, Rama encounters a group of shapeshifters who know more of the killings than they let on…

Touch

Speculative Fiction

The Seeker has grown up in a world where deliberate physical contact is a crime, and for most of her life, it hasn’t bothered her. But when some of her classmates are arrested for touching, she decides to try the most forbidden of things and touch another person. When she discovers the power of touching, and how it changes her and those around her, will the Seeker be content to return to a life without it?

Blood and Water

YA Horror

“Jay needed so many things. He needed Maia to be well. He needed a cure for both of them. He needed the world to somehow start making sense again. Above everything, he needed someone to tell him why these terrible things were happening to him.”

Seventeen-year-old Jay Harris lives in a London struck down by a deadly virus. His parents are dead, along with half the world…