I finished writing all the books currently under contract, and now I get to decide what to do next. I have a few possibilities, and I’d love to hear which ideas most interest you.
This is the fun part! Here we go…
1.) Football is My Boyfriend — After a breakup, Payton Wakeland finds herself in possession of four season tickets to the local college football games. She reluctantly attends with her mom, sister, and a new friend, never expecting to run into her ex at the games. It’s through cheering for their team together that Payton learns about teamwork and the power of redemption—though a second chance with Brady might require a Hail Mary. Side Note: You might have heard me talk about this one before because it’s partly finished, but I had to put it on hold when my publisher requested sequels to Husband Auditions.
2.) Trash the Dress — After ten years of marriage and three kids, Allie Darling is determined to fit back into her wedding dress for a fun photo shoot, not realizing her husband’s recent struggles with God are the bigger threat to her picture-perfect anniversary.
3.) Racing Hearts — Layla Cross put her life on hold to take care of her mom through cancer, and not only does her fiancé move on without her, but her mom passes. After struggling for years, she finally finds new purpose when she joins Drew Hudson in planning 5Ks to fight the disease. Sadly, another close friend receives a cancer diagnosis, and Layla feels she has to choose between supporting her friend and the man who supports her… though she doesn’t know if her heart will survive saying goodbye to either.
4.) Ready for Takeoff — Three new flight attendants navigate the turbulence in their various relationships. Through many misadventures and advice from the elderly owner of their crash pad, they each learn it takes faith to fly.
My dream would be to write not only the novels but also a screenplay and companion devotional for each of these stories. I’m not sure what will happen with any of my ideas, but I look forward to sharing the journey with you.
Click here to vote in a poll. Then, in the comments below: Rank my titles or pitch me a story you’d wish to have an author write for you to read.