I always have a big list of books I’m working on. and I know some of you are curious as of what stories I might be working on at the moment. All these stories are in the works, some further along than others.
This is not a full list, and there might be changes and some of these might never happen.
Tamora Andrews series book two
This is the sequel to DRAGONSLAYER that was published January 2022. Right now the plan is to publish in 2023.
Silence falls trilogy
Can love triumph over dark pasts, broken dreams and scars on the soul? In silence falls everything is possible, but only if you’re willing to fight for it. The Silence Falls trilogy is a gay romance trilogy featuring strong soldiers, hardcore contract killers, and quiet young men trying to find their place in the world.
The series features the three books: Burning Silence, Breaking Silence, and Escaping Silence.
I’m very much enjoying trying my hands on this genre, and I’ve absolutely fallen in love with my characters, and I can’t wait to share them with the world.
Forced into a marriage with a man who looks at her with hatred, Hannah sees no other choice than leaving everything she knows behind and run away. But our past has a way of catching up to us, and sometimes things are far from what they look. And beneath it all our hearts speak their own language no matter how much we tell them to shut up.
Seabound is a pirate/fantasy story about survival, love and finding our own way in life.
Blodbarn –> in Danish
Bloodchild is my first fantasy that I’m writing in my native Danish. There is no timeline on this one, but it is very funny trying to write a fantasy in my native tongue, even if it’s taking a bit longer than normal because the terminology is a bit weird (at least for me after writing for so many years in English)
Beauty in the Beast
What if there isn’t a beautiful prince under the beastly layers? What if even the beauty hides a dark side? Beauty in the Beast is a retelling of the classic Beauty and the Beast. It’s a story about love and acceptance, not just of those around you, but yourself too.
Hunt served his country, and as many before him, it left him broken. He lost his family, his home and his sense of self, and is surviving on the streets, invisible to those he would willingly have sacrificed his life to protect. When he gets the chance to find the help he needs, he has to find the strength to mend the broken pieces of his soul. But accepting who he was, and what he became isn’t easy, especially when the past wont let him go.
This story was inspired by a song I heard, and a conversation with an old soldier. He helped me flesh out my character and let me pick his brain for as much information as I could.