Consider The Dust

Just wanted to let everyone know that I have a new novella out today called Consider the Dust! It’s a stand-alone not related to the Tea Princess Chronicles world, but I think it’s relevant to the interests of many of Tea Princess Chronicles readers: it’s very much about hope and magic, the power of friendship, and never, ever giving up.

It does have significantly more sword fights than Tea Princess Chronicles. I’ve been describing this story to people as all my favorite shounen anime tropes while centering women. 😁

The pitch: Armed with magical blades, two rivals storm the celestial palace together to overthrow the omnipotent empress.

Book blurb with more details below! ⚔✨

In a world where a select few obtain godlike combat powers, one woman is going to shatter the universe.

The empress of the celestial palace has been omnipotent for centuries, but Kiran has a mysterious magic weapon and a plan to overthrow her, today—or so she claims.

Mai has her own magic blade, doesn’t trust Kiran as deeply as she can stab her with it, and is very, very good at stabbing. Not even Kiran can hope to stand against her anymore—or so she thinks.

Two lifelong rivals, or best friends. Definitely one of those.

One chance to change everything, or lose everything, forever.

Consider the Dust is a stand-alone novella and an epic adventure about the power of legends, hope, and fighting for your beliefs with everything you have.

One thought on “Consider The Dust

  1. As an aspiring author I really wonder what your method for writing it! I kickstarted Tea Princess Chronicles and am checking out your writer profile to see what the deal is. I think it’s so cool that you’ve published!


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