Woohoo! It’s new release day for Michelle’s latest story! Welcome back to everyone’s favourite beach town, Playa Escondida- where the history runs deep, the magic runs just below the surface, and everyone who’s ever driven a car seems to have bought it from the same guy…
Jay’s an average lifeguard. Sure, there’s the family curse—a connection to a demon who shipwrecked on the coast centuries ago—and being the last heir to the heretical sect of monster hunters who failed to destroy that demon. So he’s mostly an average lifeguard.
Dan Green wants nothing more than to find and tag a sea turtle, and finish his degree. He’s starting to think he should have picked a different beach. Even his degree isn’t worth getting tangled up in old ghost stories, demonic curses, and a monster hunt 400 years in the making. But Jay? Jay just might be…
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Less Than Three Press will be publishing “If Wishes Were Coffee”!
I wrote it for their submission call If you’re reading this but the story took off on it’s own and strayed a bit away from the guidelines. But imagine my huge beaming smile when they contracted it as a stand-alone short story! Just completed first round edits and cover art request and I have a release date of September 18. Yaaaaay!
The story takes place in my perfect, imaginary little town of Playa Escondida in northern Florida. I’m thinking I’ll be visiting there again in the not-too-distant future. I mean, there’s a haunted stretch of beach resulting from the wreck of a Spanish galleon in the 1600s, and that has to get into a story somewhere, somehow!
This story has a wee connection with “Enchanted Grounds” (Dreamspinner Press) in that there’s some sibling cross-over. What can I say, I have a thing for coffee shops and magic!