Future Projects

I love working on multiple projects all at once, so when people ask me what I'm working on next, it's a bit difficult to answer. So, I'm breaking it down according to what stage I'm at on each project.

Editing / Final Pre-Publishing Stages​​

  • I've been a little backed up the last few months, so I don't have a book I'm editing at present, though that will change here quickly.

Writing Stage

  • Jumping back to the Victorian Love Series, I'm writing a book that takes place in 1839. It's about Silas Byrnes, who was Jack Hatcher's business partner in A Stolen Kiss. Silas and his wife showed up a little in the book, but from the get-go I knew they had a great backstory. It's called A Passing Fancy, and it's coming out November 2021.

Outlining / Brainstorming Stage​​

  • I've got a ton of ideas for various stories I'd love to write in the Generations of Love timeline!

  • ​I plan on expanding into the American Wild West. My plan is to establish a few books in all three eras (Regency / Georgian, Victorian, and Wild West) and then bounce between them as the mood strikes. All three series will be tied together with similar characters. As a reader, I love when series do this because I get a chance to see the characters I fell in love with in previous books and see how they turn out. It's almost like the other books in the series serve as an extended epilogue for each of the couples after they reach their happily ever after.


  • I'm picking at a novella for the Villainy Consultant World that would be a retelling of Ricky of the Tuft, which is an obscure and seriously weird story. Honestly, I have no solid plans of when it's going to be done as other projects have taken precedence, but it's one that I work on from time to time.​

  • I've got at least one more book for the Villainy Consultant Series, though there's always room for more stories. At this point, I'm not ready to reveal anything about what I have planned, but there will be at least one or two more coming out in the future. I also plan on doing more short stories like Magic Slippers, but my main focus at present is writing historical romances. I will be revisiting the Villainy Consultant Series, but it's on the back-burner.


  • I'm in the brainstorming phase of a multi-level paranormal series. As of now, I'm looking at arranging it kind of like the Marvel Universe, where I'd have several series that are each standalone, but then with times where they overlap each other. It would feature werewolves, vampires, fae, ghosts, demons, and witches. I'm worldbuilding it all out, so it's pretty sketchy as of right now, but I see it being a pretty massive undertaking that will take years to finish. Right now, I'm focused on my historical romances, but this is a passion project of mine. I adore adult urban fantasy / paranormal romance, but it's near impossible to find series without objectionable content. I'd love to write a series that has all the drama, love, and action but without the language or sex.