It’s Nova’s final year of high school and everything is on track for an amazing year. She’s going to ace all her studies and go on to be a doctor. She’s got a spot on the swim team. And she’s in love for the first time ― with Leo, the captain of the swim team. But. . .
NOVEMBER 15TH, 2021
How long can Holly keep her secrets?
Avid competitive rower Holly is seventeen. There is nothing she wishes for more than to compete in the Olympics. When she fails to make the rowing team that is going to Europe she is shattered. Her dream has exploded and she is left dealing with the disappointment. She is also confronting a new reality at home: she and her mother have moved in with her mother’s boyfriend and his two sons. And then her mother announces she is pregnant. . .
SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2021
Can Aiden learn to stand his ground on his new home ice?
Meet Aiden Mallory. He’s trying to find his bearings while coping with the loss of his father ― an NHL player who died in a car accident ― and moving back to his dad’s hometown of Prairie Field, where he is STILL a big deal…
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My first book ever published was “Interference” and since then I haven’t looked back. I have written for many different ages and genres including my picture book series featuring Puckster for hockey fans aged four to six, my middle school hockey fiction series, and my young adult elite athlete podium series for sports fans of all types. My newest series is my One-2-One young adult books about the real life buddy pairing program at Sir Winston Churchill school. I’ve also tried my hand at a funny middle grade fiction. Yeah! I have a few more releases that will be coming out in the upcoming year, including a non-fiction book on superstar Connor McDavid. Watch for news on these under the New Releases on my site. Please, come on in, say hello and stay awhile! This site is for you to enjoy.