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So, I joined the TikTok craze!

After seeing TikTok basically take over the world, I've finally given in and joined!! I'll be posting bits about me, my writing, The Wanderer and the obligatory silly videos. I'd love it if you followed me. I'm still trying to get my feet over there, but am now fully immeresed in BookTok!  You can find me  HERE . 

Early feedback for The Wanderer

  Early feedback is coming in for The Wanderer!  I'm so happy to be able to share these amazing quotes from these incredible YA authors, I feel so privileged to have had each of them read it early!  “The Wanderer is a gut-wrenching, epic love story that I could not put down. I was addicted and rooting for Ryder and Maggie from the start.” ~ Natasha Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Cellar and The Lake “A poignant story about two teens dealing with loneliness and looking for a sense of connection. Moving and intense.” ~ Kat Ellis, author of Harrow Lake “A beautiful book about loss, longing, and love. Josie Williams paints a touching picture of two teens, separated by life and death, battling loneliness to find love for the first time. Thoroughly enjoyable!” ~ NJ Simmonds, author of The Path Keeper “A heartbreaking love story with a ghostly twist; I fell in love with Ryder and Maggie and felt every longing glance and stolen touch. Just gorgeous.” ~ Cynthia Murphy,
I'm thrilled to be able to share the US cover for The Wanderer! “The Wanderer is a gut-wrenching, epic love story that I could not put down. I was addicted and rooting for Ryder and Maggie from the start.” ~ Natasha Preston, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Cellar and The Lake Description:  We’re just two lonely souls, destined to be apart. For the last few months I’ve been content just watching her from afar, but one rainy night changes everything. Saving her from being roadkill wasn’t something I thought about for more than a passing heartbeat. The girl I love wasn’t going to die on my watch. One moment of action alters our destiny. Because now I know how it feels to be close to her, I’m addicted and breaking the rules at every turn. I don’t know how to stop the path I’ve put us both on. She’ll walk away if I tell her the boy she’s fallen for doesn’t exist.  Teenage love is epic. But falling in love with a human girl when you’re dead? Yeah, that blows. RELEASING 7th OC