99 Cent Novellas

It’s a 99 cent novella double feature! Coming this spring, I will be releasing not one but two novellas, on Kindle. These are in very early stages of development. I’ll be posting updates on their progress, including sneak peeks at the stories, titles, cover art and release dates. So be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an update!

So what’s a novella? A novella is a short novel, ranging from 15,000 to 40,000 words. These stories will only be available on Kindle. And as my headline implies, they will only be 99 cents each!

The first book, called The Package, is based on a short story by the same title. Visit My Writing page to check it out. Aleina finds herself unintentionally thrown into the middle of an international spy ring that takes her across the globe. I’m having fun with developing this story because it’s allowed me to revisit some of my favorite travel destinations.

The second was inspired by one of those silly horoscope games to predict what 2020 has in store. This story is yet to be named and follows a woman in her mid-30s as she navigates her way through pursuing love and seeking a change in her career.

I decided to share these ideas as novellas between major works to give readers a chance to check out my writing. It also gives me an opportunity to play with different genres and story lines. I’m looking forward to sharing more about these stories as they develop.

Check you my current book, available on Amazon!

From the back cover: Excited for a fresh new start, Hillary Altman is about to begin her first semester of graduate school at small New England college. Ever the procrastinator, Hillary waits to the last minute to find housing. But fate smiles upon her, when she takes a room in a picturesque Victorian home, run as a boarding house. But Hillary quickly finds, that all is not as it seems at The House on Maple Street…

Read it free with Kindle Unlimited!

7 Comments on “99 Cent Novellas”

  1. Love the artwork. One of my dreams were to write and become an author. I get inspired by writers who share their finished products and explain the process of writing their book đŸ’•

  2. It’s always nice to read about how you write a book, I would love to write someday. Cover page is so beautiful.

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