About Before Autumn Fades
Loving a ghost is tricky. Living for one is nearly impossible.
Psychic soulmates, linked across the boundary of life and death, take on a poltergeist and their own wars with self-destruction. Jordan lost the fight years ago; so Wren has to fight for both of them.
As if life didn’t already suck. New town, snobby private academy, and of course Autumn, the ghost girl that won’t stop until Wren kills herself… Maybe Jordan had the right idea.
But there are consequences when a spirit doesn’t move on, and not always for the dead alone. If Wren and Jordan don’t master their abilities and emotions before Autumn fades, there may not be an after-life for anyone. Ever again.
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I’m a huge fan of strong heroines, and I guess I studied (binged) the works of the great Joss Whedon and haven’t ever been able to escape the shadow of Buffy the Vampire Slayer – not that I’d want to. Add this predilection to the fact that some of my favorite heroines have come from YA, and it was inevitable that I would find myself writing YA urban fantasy, paranormal, and science fiction stories.
What I also like about writing YA is that the stories tend to be emotionally driven and include a lot of discovery and change, and I find this happens within smaller boundaries than in popular adult fiction, which makes high context clues and nuances more natural to write. In short? I’m a sucker for a good romance. But to be fair, anyone that says they don’t love love is either a liar or a sociopath. You can quote me on that.
But you can’t be a good writer (maybe just okay, in my case – you be the judge) without being a good reader first! I lean into fantasy and science fiction, mysteries, young adult romances (even if they’re not very good), and anything by Bill Bryson. My favorite books include: Ender’s Game, The Dragonlance Chronicles, Against the Fall of Night, The Chronocar, November Tales, The Wheel of Time novels, The Gentleman Bastards novels, the Sprawl Trilogy, The Night Circus, To All the Boys I’ve Love Before, Attachments, The Dream Engine, The Kingkiller Chronicles, Eleanor and Park, The Dragon Prince novels, The Square Root of Summer, Kill the Boy Band, Snow Crash, and The Gods Themselves.