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Demon Hunters 6: Feud
Published April 2018

Genre: Young Adult Urban Fantasy/Horror (with elements of romance). Stand Alone Series.

Word Count: 54,145

AR: 4

Aura spends a ridiculous amount of time rescuing her mum from dangerous situations. This one would have to be the worst. More dangerous than the serial killer episode. And for once, it isn’t her mum’s fault. Not that it makes the situation any less dangerous or the chance of her survival any greater. Demons are real and they want her family dead. She’s determined not to let that happen. Now if only she can come up with a sensible plan. One that will allow her and her family to live.

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Tell Me A Story, Grandma: Childhood Stories Of Joyce
Published April 2018

Genre: Memoir.

Word Count: 12,792

AR: 2

Joyce: Born April 1926

Joyce’s childhood was during an era when sugar cane was cut by hand, not everyone had electricity or running water, recycling was more a necessity than a lifestyle and people dressed up when calling on their neighbours. This is a collection of stories told to her granddaughter when she was a child, fascinated by a world so different from her own.

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Realms Of The Fae 4: An Unexpected Betrayal
Published March 2018

Genre: Young Adult Urban Fantasy.

Word Count: 68,306

AR: 4

Can Trinity break a Troll enchantment before those who used it learn of her existence?

Trinity has a tendency to rescue things. Taking home three stone statues that were going to be demolished, might cause her to be the one in need of rescuing. Troll enchantments and being hunted by Fae are the least of her problems. A supposedly unattainable dream might end up being her downfall.

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The Brat Next Door
Published January 2018

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Short Story

Word Count: 7530

AR: 3

Trying not to be late to school, once again, Taylor almost ignores the noise in the garden shed. Thinking it’s probably Lucas playing a trick on her, even though he’s never played one on her before, she nearly walks away. He’s notorious for them. But what if it isn’t? What if it’s something far more sinister?

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