“The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus” is One Year Old Today!

It seems absurd to think about how time has flown, but one year ago today, I published my debut novel, The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus. In that time I’ve held a release party, given interviews, been nominated for a Midwest Book Award, won a Silver Medal in the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Awards, and been able to share my work with so many people. I am incredibly grateful for all the support I’ve gotten from my friends and family, Atthis Arts, and my fans.

Silver Medal Winner – 2019 IPBA Benjamin Franklin Award for Best New Voice: Fiction
Finalist for 2019 MIPA Midwest Book Award for Fiction—Fantasy/SciFi/Horror/Paranormal

Chelsea is determined to make it to her brother’s wedding. And she’s not going to let the fact that she’s been dead for two years stop her.

Joining with her mime friend from a New York City park and her ghostly mentor with forty years of afterlife under her belt, the three women set out on foot for San Francisco. Along the way, they are faced with joy, sorrow, and the haunting surprises of the open road. This humorous and lightly macabre journey explores relationships, personal burdens, and what it means to keep moving, even when your heartbeat has stopped.

But the work of an independent artist is never done. If you have not gotten a chance to read Triple-C, or know someone you think might like it, please consider purchasing a copy from one of these sources:

And if you have bought a copy, please leave a review where you bought it and on Goodreads: this is a small thing that can really help an independent author!

Thank you so much to everyone who has supported me and my writing over the past year and far beyond. I could not have come anywhere near as far without all of you. I hope to have a lot more coming in the future, and I cannot wait to share it with everyone.

The Traveling Triple-C Incorporeal Circus

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