The Disturbance at Foxwood Court Amazon release.

The Disturbance at Foxwood Court is live on Amazon!

It’s funny. When I wrote The Well-Dressed Werewolf, I had no idea I would be coming back to write Westaway’s origins one day. I was also pretty sure that I would never write an epistolary novel. I’m not quite sure what happened, but I do know that I am very pleased with how The Disturbance at Foxwood Court turned out and am very excited to share it with you all. I hope you enjoy it!

Cover of Disturbance at Foxwood Court: Pip sits in a chair in an old-fashioned library, head raised as if he's heard a strange sound. Cross stands behind him to his right, looking back at Pip with misgiving.

There’s no Royal Society for the Protection of Werewolves.

Taming a stray dog was supposed to occupy Pip while he recovered from illness—not embroil him in a chilling supernatural plot. Nothing in his occult library explains how to care for a juvenile werewolf, but Pip knows this much: he would sooner die than let Julian be recaptured by the sinister Professor Rathbone.

He might have to. Rathbone will let nothing interfere with his experiments. To save Julian, Pip must risk his life, his reputation, and the world he’s built with Cross.

The Disturbance at Foxwood Court is the tenth book in the Read By Candlelight series, a collection of gothic novellas that weave suspense and paranormal mystery around an evolving ensemble cast. Grab The Disturbance at Foxwood Court today to dive into a world of suspense, the supernatural, and proper table manners.


In personal news, this is the three month anniversary of me leaving my job to focus on my health. This feels kind of ironic, as I am still getting over a very nasty cold that ate up a good chunk of writing time/energy! Overall, I feel that I’m moving in a positive direction. There have been wobbles to be sure, but I’m learning how to be more resilient and deal with those wobbles in a way I couldn’t when I was constantly tired. I am extremely grateful that I am able to take this time to care for myself, and am trying to make sure that I use this time to its fullest advantage. Right now, my challenge is finding the middle ground between rest and self-care and working. After all, it kind of spoils the point of taking time out if I promptly make myself sick through pushing myself too hard!

I hope you're able to take care of yourself. Talk to you soon,