The WitchWolf Chronicles

Welcome to a world where you could be working right next to a witch, or even be one, and never know it until the Moon is right!


Penumbra: Equinox

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What would you do to keep your friends from falling into evil?
It wasn't a question the group of friends at Ulysses Grant Regional High School wanted to think about. With Vincent trying to hide his werewolf; Alia and Coray having to deal with the unanticipated news that they are witches; and Coleen getting slammed with the news she's adopted, they have enough to worry about.

(Never mind having to deal with Vincent's and Alia's crazy exes, Coray's mother, Coleen's father and the magical creatures someone is sending after them to kill them-- There was really enough to keep anyone busy right through prom.)

But the day Vladimir Vaduva shows up at their school and people start turning up both dead and drained of blood, it becomes a question they have to have ask.

As Rosa and Billy get pulled into the vortex, they realize they need an answer...

They have the feeling they aren't going to like it. 


Penumbra: Solstice


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Facing down a vampire changes you. 

After dealing with all of the trials of their senior year, Alia Bronson and Coray Logan were hoping for a little less excitement before graduation. 
But, Mr. Berendorf, the newest history teacher in a long line of them at the high school, is a creep. More than that, he's an aggressive cretin who is determined to drive Alia away from her boyfriend. He's so confident Vincent Morchause is evil, he's willing to stoop to any level to get him out of the picture--including murder. 


What the mysterious Charles Berendorf doesn't realize is, he's not dealing with a typical high school student. Alia is the Princess Witch. When you mess with her loved ones, you mess with her. And when you mess with her, you are bound to regret it.

Even if you have a vampire on your side. 



 The Art of Dying (Witchwolf Chronicles 3) 


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No one starts out to be a superhero.

But there's my cousin—mask and costume—and I'm convinced she's certifiably insane.

Beth hit it big in Hollywood and created a baseball team so I could play. She started taking martial art lessons and she decided she was going to start ninja'ing around New York City. And that had nothing to do with us losing our mothers and her brother when we were young.

See? Insane. I mean, who the hell wants to be a moving target?


Well, I'm not really one to judge. After all, I took those lessons too. I'm out there with her: hiding in shadows, avenging the less- fortunate, saving the damsels in distress--and bachelors in a bind--getting shot at, threatened with death, chased with swords and tossed into situations we had no business being in. 


Let's just say that we’re in trouble if phone booths ever go out of style.


We kinda liked it. I guess we're both nuts But no one starts out to be a superhero. No one wants to be the last of a breed of ninjas.


And, no one really wants to learn the art of dying.



The Art of Living (Witchwolf Chronicles 4) 

(COMING MAY 19th)
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What a bang-up year this had been.

I'd started training as a ninja, discovered I was a witch, found out I was pregnant, had the father walk off and basically tell me to screw off. I discovered a best friend, a new cousin, got a new job, managed another New York Times best selling novel. I put on a mask and became a superhero, got to fly with another one, and was currently writing hilarious news pieces about myself and my cousin as superheroes while hiding in plain sight.

After all that, I thought that life would calm down.

I was naive. And I was not prepared for what was coming. Sometimes being a superhero didn't always mean you had to wear a mask.

But after mastering the art of dying, it was time for me to start learning the art of living.



Penumbra: Equinox

Penumbra: Solstice
The Art of Dying
The Art of Living

Second Moon

Blood Moon
The Art of Being

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