(WIP Name: Poop Dragon)
Ava is on the run for a crime punishable by death: killing a dragon.
As a human-dragon hybrid, Ava has never doubted the godlike dragons’ dominance. Her life has been sheltered beneath their stained-glass wings in the city in the sky — until she finds one devouring her father. Overcome with fear and panic, she lashes out and kills it.
Hunted, she flees to the human desert below the floating city. Yet she’s not alone. Though he doesn’t know the crime she’s running from, Vito, the dragon Ava serves, refuses to abandon her to the harsh world of humans. Paired to be her master and she his caretaker, their friendship has always meant more than titles.
The desert holds no sanctuary for them. The long-suffering ground dwellers are tired of having their water supply monopolized by the dragons above and want all dragon-kind dead — including Ava and Vito. Surrendering to the dragons isn’t an option with Vito by her side, and the rebellion has offered a tempting deal. They will keep Ava alive and hide her crime, but only if she reveals the weaknesses of dragon-kind and the secrets of her city. Ava must choose between her life and everything she once called home—including Vito, the closest thing to family she has left.
(WIP Name: Anime: The Novel)
Casper gets sucked into a virtual reality game where death is very real and leveling up is the only way to survive. Friends and enemies are all the same when experience points are the only way to survive. He struggles to save the few people he can trust, to get home to the world he knows, but the journey makes him question what he should trust, who he should save, and what he should fight for. After all, there are no rules when your reality is virtual.
WIP Name: Broadtrip
Kaelu sets off on the roadtrip of a lifetime to save the life currents of the universe from stilling and ending existence. With a band of sea dragonriders instead of car passengers, and endless ocean instead of road, this band of strange friends have to face god-eating whales, survive cities built on the backs of monstrous turtles, and fix an unraveling world before they become unraveled themselves.
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The Magic of Memories
(WIP Name: Sassy Stove)
Emma can’t remember anything. This would suck less if she didn’t have to deal with a physics-defying house, a moody oven that shoots racks when it’s angry, and a chicken-raising dragon-man named Bob. She can’t run; the town is surrounded by a magical ward that keeps out the seething darkness of Eaters — remains of bodies that lost their souls and would do anything to get another.
She’s stuck with Bob and a Magician named Morgan in their quirky house at the edge of the town. The townsfolk are quick to blame her for the amassing Eaters, and maybe they’re right. The Eaters swarmed when she arrived as if they were hunting her, and her loss of memory seems awfully convenient.
Morgan and Bob protect her despite where the evidence points. She can’t tell what’s in it for them, what part they play. With the ward shrinking rapidly, Emma discovers that her missing past holds the answers to the encroaching Eaters and how to get rid of them. Problem is that her memories may be more dangerous and painful than the monsters.
The truth is a tricky thing when you can barely remember your own name.