Unexpected directions.

Inspiration finds us in the most unlikely of places. As I was scanning the various book cover artist websites for my current work-in-progress, Moonstone, I stumbled upon a cover that grabbed me with a mighty force; I had to buy it. I had no idea what to do with it, but I had to have it before anyone else bought it.

So there I was a new cover in hand and no story to put between its pages. But then, after staring at the cover for so long, and looking at the various elements in the picture, a light bulb went off.

So now, Moonstone will have to be set aside, just for a little while as I embark upon a new journey with my newest protagonist, Selene, the moon goddess. I’ve spent the last two weeks diving into the depths of Greek mythology, and though it’s been quite daunting (man, there were a lot of gods and goddesses), a story has formed.

I am super excited to write this heroine and her story, Lunar Shadows.

More to come as Selene’s story unfolds.