New Release: Book 1 of The Witches of Pressler Street Now Available

Witches are being murdered in Austin. But how do you put the monster back in the vault? The three witches of Pressler Street are the city’s only hope but they are running out of time. A deadly creature has been locked away for millennia in plain sight. But big sister, Laura accidentally set the creature […]

New Release! Book 2 of The Witches of Pressler Street Now Available!

What’s harder than one witch problem for the Hadstrom sisters to solve? Two. And the second one is life or death. The Gorafrex is trying to power an ancient ship that could destroy not just Austin. Big sister Laura may have the key to solve it. It’s not a problem she can solve alone, but […]

Sneak Peek! Chapter 1 of Making Magic!

“Are you kidding me? A five-year-old could draw a better map than this.” Laura Hadstrom turned the piece of paper sideways, upside-down, and back to what she thought was right-side up. “Okay, maybe that five-year-old was me. But still. Dad didn’t even put a compass in the corner…” Her hand reflexively went to her back […]

New Release! Book 1 of The Witches of Pressler Street Now Available!

Being three young witches has its perks… until you set things in motion you never meant to. The Hadstrom sisters are all grown up and Laura, Nickie and Emily are just starting to pursue their own lives. Life is going according to plan until Dad turns over their ancestral legacy to them one day too late. […]

Sneak Peek: Chapter Two of The Magic Legacy

Through the entire commencement ceremony, Emily just wanted to fast-forward to where she got to throw her hat into the air and start screaming. The other University of Texas graduates beside her shot annoyed glances at her rapidly bouncing knee. To calm down, Emily closely examined the cropped hair of the young man sitting in […]

Sneak Peek: The Magic Legacy – Chapter 1

The thirteenth-century bronze dagger in Laura Hadstrom’s hand sent a sharp buzz through her fingertips and up her arm. “Oh—” Both her hands wrapped around the vibrating hilt so she wouldn’t drop the thing. “You’re really hummin’ now,” she said, looking up at the lone willow surrounded by green, shimmering water. “Okay, fifth trip here […]