My Writing

sWitch  (status - querying)
Middle Grade Contemporary Fantasy
71,000 words

Mina Bevins hadn't leaked any magic like the other girls, earning her the status of weirdo in the world of witches. When her thirteenth birthday passes, and she still lacks any power, the Coven Seer looks into the past for an explanation and discovers Mina’s not really a witch at all. She was switched at birth with another baby in the mortal world hospital.

Somewhere there’s a young witch leaking magic all over the place, exposing the witch world. Since secrecy is essential to keeping them from persecution, the coven decides the only way to ensure it remains safe is to track this girl down and remove her powers.

Mina, who just learned she will never be the witch she yearned to be, can’t bear the idea of stripping a person of her power on purpose. With the help of her magic friend Porter, Mina runs off on an adventure to find the other girl before the coven does, setting in motion a course of events that will alter her life in the witching world forever.

S.P.Y. Mission: Princess Protection (status - querying)
Middle Grade Adventure
37,000 words

Allison McKenzie, a.k.a. agent McKay, is the International Intelligence Agency's secret weapon: a twelve-year-old super spy.

When the agency discovers a kidnapping threat on Tartan's bratty Princess Emma Lynn, McKay is assigned to the case. The job? Become close to the princess and discover any inside security issues. The assignment has McKay pulling out all her spy tricks and soon she's scaling palace walls and bugging parliament offices. But McKay's training didn't prepare her for friendship, least of all with the high and mighty Emma Lynn – and it’s a tricky feat for an orphan who's never had a true relationship with anyone.

Improvising and putting all her skills to the test, Agent McKay does her best to keep her target safe and uncover who’s behind the kidnapping threat. Unfortunately, all of her lying and spying does nothing but alienate her from the princess, leaving the villain a wide open opportunity.


Betty Alark said...

Hi, Laura!

I am one of your follower's. I haven't been to your blog for some time. When I first became a member of your blog I was just starting to blog. I got started blogging in 2011. After a year of blogging, I find it to be absolutely amazing!

It was very frantic at first, just getting accustom to how it all works, etc.; for a while , I didn't blog that often due to other obligations. Now that I'm back, I entered the A-Z Challenge and gained 60 some followers and it's been a challenge just to keep up with everyone.

Even though I wil continue to touch base with the blogs I follow, I think im going to narrow it down to writers blogs and reviewers. I really desire to start marketing and promoting my book! In addition to your blog, I've come across some wonderful blogs for writers and authors.

I would very much like to continue to follow you and hopefull be a guest on your blog at some point!

I self published my first book in 2011. Basically it's been sitting around getting no acknowledement. I woul like to eventually become recognized as a writer and market my book! I think blogging is an excellent way to do so!

I would love to be considered as a guest on your blog at some point!

I recently created a new blog in hopes of first and foremost helping others and to get the book recognized! Hope you will stop by and take a look!

My book blog!

Please let me know if being a guest on your blog at some point in the future is something that can happen!

Betty Alark said...

Both stories sound fascinating Laura!

I really like, sWitch! Sounds like one of those books you can't put down.

Aventure books and fantasy books are so intriguing! I don't think I will every outgrow them!

naveen said...

i really like it
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