My fantasy novels are set in the ordinary world. It’s important to me to write something fresh and different each time, so the labels on my work range from science fiction to paranormal romance to gothic and horror. When people ask why I write fantasy, I tell them it’s because I get enough real life in real life!
I’m thrilled to announce that my debut middle grade novel, The Boy From Tomorrow, will be available in May 2018 from Amberjack Publishing. Details here.
The Boy From Tomorrow: a novel for children
Josie and Alec both live at 444 Sparrow Street. They sleep in the same room, but they’ve never laid eyes on each other. They are twelve years old but a hundred years apart. The children meet through a handpainted Ouija board—Josie in 1915, Alec in 2015—and form a friendship across the century that separates them. Learn More
Immaculate Heart: A Novel
Ballymorris is a pass-on-through sort of place, even for those residents who’ve only ever talked about leaving. But when a young American journalist pulls into town for his uncle’s funeral, he finds plenty to spark his curiosity. Three girls from Ballymorris saw an apparition of the Virgin Mary, a series of visions lasting for months—but not all of them consider it a blessing. Learn More
Bones & All: A Novel
On the surface, Maren Yearly seems like an ordinary sixteen-year-old girl: bookish and shy, with a predilection for head-to-toe black. She and her mother move from state to state, school to school and job to job, and while the girl does make friends from time to time, she has an awful lot of trouble keeping them. Maren wears black so the blood won’t show. Learn More
Petty Magic: Being the Memoirs and Confessions of Miss Evelyn Harbinger, Temptress and Troublemaker
In this brilliantly imagined tale of adventure and timeless romance, novelist Camille DeAngelis blends WWII heroics with witchcraft and wit, conjuring a fabulously rich world where beldames and mortal men dare to fall in love.
Mary Modern: A Novel
Lucy Morrigan, a young genetic researcher, lives with her boyfriend, Gray, and a strange collection of tenants in her crumbling family mansion. Surrounded by four generations of clothes, photographs, furniture, and other remnants of past lives, Lucy and Gray’s home life is strangely out of touch with the modern world–except for Lucy’s high-tech lab in the basement. Learn More