Yay! Yay! Yay! New Novel now available!

Here’s the blurb:

Christine works hard every night to rebuild the fairy bridge to Trollsville and the other worlds–the one she destroyed in order to claim her magical power.

But the rocks fight her. Does the bridge not want to be repaired? Or did Christine take the wrong advice (from humans, of course) about how it should go together?

Can she figure out the proper way to reassemble the bridge? Who can she trust?

And what will she do once she finally finishes her duty and crosses over?

“The Fairy Bridge Troll”–the final novel in the Seattle Trolls trilogy–continues the coming-of-age journey of Christine, a changeling, as she takes control of her Destiny, and in the end, her life.

Be sure to read all three books in the Seattle Trolls trilogy:
“The Changeling Troll”
“The Princess Troll”
“The Fairy Bridge Troll”

And you know what else this means? I have finished another trilogy! Me! The woman who never thought she could write a sequel to something, let alone finish THREE trilogies! (Shadow Wars, Clockwork Kingdom, and now Seattle Trolls.) (Though I actually have finished FOUR trilogies, the other being the dark epic fantasy that I just wrote, however, I’m not publishing any of those books until next year.)

I am really pleased with this trilogy. I’m also really pleased that while I finished the first three, and the story that I started is complete, there’s room for more stories with these characters. I could write another trilogy.

This trilogy is New Adult – very much finding your place in the world, finding your friends, figuring out your family. If I write another trilogy set in this world, it won’t be New Adult. It would be a much darker story, and told from the POV of many characters. (Okay, I’ll admit that I might have kind of have the first scene of a new book already written in my head, told from the POV of Lars…)

But anyway. I have a new novel out! And I’m really excited about it!

You can find it at your favorite retailers:

The Fairy Bridge Troll