Have you heard about my “Pick a Series!” contest? I currently have eight series I’d like to work on, and I need your help deciding which one to focus on and publish first! Your ‘like’ is your vote, so to vote on a series, go to the blog article that describes it and ‘like’ that article! You can even vote on each of them, if you’d like. Links are provided below.
To read more about how this contest works, click this link.
Victim of Greed
Wade Hoffman’s brother has been killed, and the murderer has been chosen as heir to the throne. It’s time to put his claim as ‘strongest sorcerer in the world’ to the test–if he really thinks he’s capable of something as dark as this. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
That Prince Guy
Guy is your typical male teen: angsty, rebellious, and a little dumb at times. When a princess from a neighboring country comes to tell him that she needs his help stopping her evil stepmother’s murderous plan, he’s a little reluctant to help. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
Rachael, whose name has been changed to Blanche, moves to Utah with her family and ends up stumbling upon a set of superpowers and a dangerous arch nemesis. Come to think of it, her arch nemesis can’t seem to do much, but her powers don’t seem all that useful, either. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
Kennedee has been chosen as the next all-powerful protector of another world–except she’s not from that world, she’s from ours, and her parents literally think she’s crazy because of it. By the time she’s a teenager she’s figured out how to lock away her powers, and she’s developed crippling depression. Now she doesn’t want to save anyone. Not even herself. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
Children of Ona
Set in the science fantasy world that Kennedee is supposed to save, thirteen half-siblings live exciting romantic lives loosely based off of/inspired by fairy tales. The third daughter’s tale happens at the same time as Kennedee’s while the last son’s ends long after her children are born. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
Destiny of a King
A farm girl decides she’s going to make it on her own, but as her health begins to fail her she must either find help or admit defeat and move back in with her parents. Lucky for her, the nearby forest is inhabited by a merchant and his magical guards who are willing to rent out help from a collection of people who have trespassed over the years. If only the merchant would sell them her farmhand’s memories and freedom, they might be able to live long, happy lives together. Or maybe not. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
The Wish’s Means
A boy tries to impress a girl by showing her just how many of his wishes he’s saved up, and he subsequently gets in trouble with the law for turning all of the world’s broccoli into potato chips. Meanwhile, the girl makes her wish to make the world a better place and finds out the thing she has to do to make it come true involves breaking the law. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.
In this retelling of Swan Lake, Odette’s identity as a half-fairy is compromised when von Rothbart can’t get the magic he wants from her mother. His own daughter, Odette’s half-sister, can’t seem to make up her mind about which family means more to her. Read more about this book and cast your vote here.