Sara’s adventures get personal in the Wayward Star as she’s forced to rethink truths she’s believed for half her life. As she and the Magician gear up for battle against a dark and sinister rival court, she comes to terms with her past and launches into her future with new determination. From Burning Man to Bali, Switzerland to New Orleans, and a completely unexpected (and unwanted) high school reunion, The Wayward Star sets an ever twisted path! Available now for pre-order and launching Dec. 30!
🔥🔥🔥 It’s time for another Wilde Adventure! 🔥🔥🔥
Sara Wilde must use her hard-won skills as a Tarot-reading artifact hunter to find the most meaningful treasure she’s ever sought…the Magician’s memories, including everything he’s forgotten of her and the life they’ve shared. 💔
Little does she know that there’s someone else lurking in the Magician’s past who would rather all his memories stay in the shadows…
The Hallowed Knight has come to Sara’s world, and he’s going to give her more of a challenge than she ever expected. Sometimes, serving as Justice for the entire psychic community of Earth really should come with a job manual… read more about the book here!
Avenging angels could be so literal.”
Now, after six thousand years of service as a Demon Enforcer, Stefan is finally getting his shot at redemption…as one of five consorts to a young high priestess of one of the world’s most ancient covens. Only trouble is, Stefan doesn’t like to share.
Happy Launch Day for Stefan in DEMON BEWITCHED!
The story took off in ways I didn’t expect, from new characters with twisty backstories, to immersive research that distracted me endlessly…but that always happens. What was new, however, was how many people started asking me to read their cards once I started writing Sara’s newest adventures. From old friends asking me for readings out of the blue, to actual bona fide psychics encouraging me to “go professional,” to odd requests to read at public events. I have always resisted giving these kind of readings, because I’m *not* a professional.
And yet…I started doing it. I read for strangers. I interpreted others’ reading for them when they were confused as to what was being said. I explained the nuances of the cards in ways that Sara would truly love, combining place and personality to inform the reading. It made me realize that perhaps I could expand my readings to my readers (or whoever was interested) online, so that’s something I’m exploring now.
I’ll be asking you all more formally soon, but if you happen to read this blog… Have you ever had your Tarot cards read? How was the experience? Feel free answer below or join me on my facebook page and keep your eyes sharp. If I keep going down this path, I will be doing readings as videos…maybe even live videos! Which should be both terrifying and a lot of fun. 🙂
Hello! I’m extremely excited to announce my newest Sara Wilde book, The Red King, releasing 10/10/18! As the newest Justice of the Arcana Council, Sara will have her hands full. To read all about it, check out my books page or visit your preferred online bookseller!
Here’s the new cover–I hope you love it as much as I do! 🙂
It’s hard to believe that Wilde Fire is almost here! It’s available now for pre-order, and be sure to sign up for my newsletter for news of what’s next for Sara!
So excited to have a new cover for RUNNING WILDE, out Dec. 27!
Available now on all online book etailers–or check out my book page for links!
I am super excited to share the gorgeous new cover for Call of the Wilde – coming Sept. 5, 2017!
Call of the Wilde is available for pre-order now at Nook, iBooks, Kobo and Amazon!
For many authors, your books are a little like children–you work hard to get them ready for the world, and then when you send them off, you hope they do well, that they find friends, and that they establish their place in the community.
Book 7 of the Immortal Vegas series, Wilde Child, feels a little like that for me today. This book has some family overtones, especially considering that Sara must work with a young boy in order to find the source of a terrible drug that’s plaguing the Connected community–and she also comes face to face with her biological mother for the first time. It’s not exactly a tea party, but Sara does her best to stay on track.
But how does a book like Wilde Child come together? For me, it starts with the opening chapter–which I enjoy setting in a creative part of the world with each new tale. There are so many cool places that I never knew much about until I started this series! Reykjavik, Iceland is one of those places (and now I’m dying to visit there!) My apologies to any residents of Reykjavik for all the gunfire. 😉
The next important piece of research is where the war on magic is boiling over in this particular story. In Wilde Child, Sara races across the world, visiting Barcelona, Tokyo, Vegas (of course!) and Mexico City. Each of these cities holds a wonder all its own, and I was even lucky enough recently to visit Las Vegas, where I took Getting Wilde on a tour of the Strip! Readers who know the city will note the research I did there, as well. 🙂
Once I know the where of a story, the fun begins–getting to visit again with all the characters of the series, from Sara and Nikki and Brody, to the Magician and Devil and other members of the Arcana Council, to Sara’s new friends in the House of Swords (I’m looking at you, Ma-Singh!). The adventure is set, the players are all reporting for duty, so it’s time to get to work–crafting a story for you, the readers! I hope you enjoy the results, that you’ll leave a review if you have a moment on the retail site of your choice, and that you’ll return later this summer to find out what happens next, in Call of the Wilde!