Other Authors

Pairs: This Dating Site Will Be the Death of You by Cristina Matta

Online dating is the worst.

It could kill you.

In Susan’s case, literally.

Join sardonic Detective Ned as he grills the strangest online daters in his quest to find out what happened to the dead woman.

Who did she converse with, was it the man hiding behind his plant?

Or the one who had toys on his profile picture?

Who ghosted her, the pizza eater?

The monkey owner?

The man with stickers all over his face?

Most importantly, which one of these men killed her?

And why?

Join Ned in this wild ride as he traipses through Florida interviewing the dregs of online dating.

Choose the alternate ending out of three that you like the best. Man or woman, anyone who has dated online will laugh, cry, and want to throw this book against the wall in communal frustration. After you’ve got it all out, come to tremorinthehills.com and write your own ending to Pairs. Or share your own real, *redacted* crazy stories.

Wheel of The year by Tyra Audlehelm

Celebrate seasonal holidays as the wheel of the year spins ‘round. Each season brings with it its own associated colors animals plants and activities. Welcome each new season by name and notice the natural world a bit more after reading these seasonal poems.

Foxy Tails by Natalina Reis

Join a witty fox, a divine healer, and their companions on a voyage filled with danger, magic, romance, and surprises in a world where nothing is what it seems in this stunning MM fantasy romance by best-selling author Natalina Reis.

Unloved and broken, Huli knows nothing but hate. Born a nine-tailed fox in a world that hunts demons like him, he does what he must to survive.

Until the day fate throws him right into the arms of the Healer.

Xiao Ying grew up in a family of divine healers. But when he comes back to find his whole family murdered, he vows to bring them the justice they deserve. Xiao Ying chooses a lonely life, gathering the evidence he needs, and not allowing anything to get in his way.

Until the day his life crosses that of a nine-tailed fox and changes forever.

Brought together by fate and united by love, Huli and Xiao Ying embark on the adventure of a lifetime. One that will either answer all their questions or reveal truths they should’ve left buried.


The Skunk Cabbage Fairy by John H. Rhodes

Jennifer goes to visit her friend next door.

She follows the stream, which she’s been told not to do.

Along the path, Jennifer finds a meadow carpeting in Skunk Cabbages.

She loves skunk cabbages, so she stayed in the meadow and played- lost in her imagination, enjoying the skunk cabbages as a little girl might.

Jennifer realizes she doesn’t know how to get back home, and soon a fairy hears her cries. The Skunk Cabbage Fairy, along with her friends, realizes that they would like to help Jennifer, but to do so would risk their own safety.

The Skunk Cabbage Fairy decides she will help, and she and Jennifer set out to get Jennifer back on the right path.

The Skunk Cabbage Fairy is a story of adventure, listening, and finding the courage to do what’s right when the opportunity presents itself.



All of the books listed here have been written by other talented authors, who I had the pleasure of doing some to all of the  illustrations for.

Along the way I get to read and enjoy these other works.


Take a look for yourself and hope you enjoy as much as I did!