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Future books and coming attractions

Because of the way I write and edit, I have a good sense of what’s coming next. Check out these future books (and sign up for my newsletter to hear all the latest updates.) I release a novel in February, May, August, and November. I also often have novellas or extras to share.

You can make connections to existing books by checking out the Forthcoming Books page on my authorial wiki.

Bound For Perdition

Lynet has been working hard to create magical journals to help the War effort, without much meaningful support. When Reggie is assigned to help her, she first has to teach him the basics of bookbinding, and then they have to confront the changes her work might bring – and the work of others in their building. Book 1 in the Mysterious Arts series, set during the Great War and into the 1920 and focusing on the arts.

(Set in 1917. Out in February 2023.)

Nocturnal Quarry

In 1938, political obligations bring Alexander Landry to America. He’s there to get a feel from his many connections about the brewing storm. His travels take him from Washington D.C., through Providence, to Boston, and back to New York City, and into a series of encounters that shape his past, present, and future.

(Character-focused novella – no romance – about making new choices. Out in spring 2023.)

Old As The Hills

In the early days of World War II, both Gabe and Rathna Edgarton find themselves called to use their skills to the greatest degree they can. Rathna has plans to get a few more people out of Germany, using a technique that is not yet fully tested. Gabe, for his part, is thrust deep into challenge after challenge in order to protect Albion. They and their apprentices have to navigate people’s expectations, arcane risks, ritual magic, and all the expected danger of increasing bombing raids.

(Novel featuring an existing romance and marriage in 1939-1940. Out in May 2023.)

Upon A Summer’s Day

An immediate sequel to Old As The Hills, this takes Gabe Edgarton through a pivotal choice in his life. To succeed, he will have to summon all of his many skills – and the support of those who love him. Features points of view from Gabe, Rathna, Alexander, Geoffrey Carillon, Alysoun, and Richard.

(A shorter character-focused novel full of land magic. Out in July 2023.)

Shoemaker’s Wife

Clara and Owen married quickly in the midst of the Great War. Now it’s 1920, Owen has finally been demobbed, and they have to figure out what being married means. While Clara is keeping her aunt’s apothecary shop running, Owen struggles to find work, before landing a job at a theatre. The theatre’s struggling too, and that leads to a particular mystery as they work to make the winter panto season a desperately needed success.

(Set in 1920. Out in August 2023.)

Other words in the works

You can find additional scenes and short works about characters in some of my books on my newsletter. Keep an eye on my newsletter for the latest. I’ll update this page of future books as soon as books have titles and a bit of a summary.

Last updated December 24th, 2022.