People Notice the Rain
🏳️🌈 a paranormal romance and coming of age story
On the day Silas hears he failed another math test, he meets a boy with a thousand freckles.
There’s something strange about the boy. He keeps going on about smell, and he seems strangely attached to Silas. It doesn’t help that whenever he smiles his boy-next-door smile, Silas wants to stare.
But that’s not all. During the full moon, the boy warns him to stay inside. Turns out werewolves don’t just exist in D&D.
🏳️🌈 an lgbt+ supernatural story filled with mutual pining, gorgeous full-color illustrations, and lizards
Something lurks underneath the surface of the Hog Creek river…
Welcome to dusty and washed-out Hog Creek, where nothing ever happens. Until Grayson accidentally sees a horrifying creature disappear into the local river. He ignores the incident, but then people start to go missing…
If you like Stranger Things and Gravity Falls, you’ll like the vibes of this story!
“A girl meets a dragon, a servant fights for her prince, a traveler with a secret finds a home, a soldier disobeys the rules in order to save the kingdom, and a queen journeys north to find out if she’s truly fit to rule.”
an LGBT+ fantasy
This book features a trans character. It is read & feedbacked by various trans sensitivity readers.
Silas’s boyfriend is a werewolf.
And if that’s not enough, he is also Silas’s first boyfriend. But there is no time to worry about holding hands or going on dates. Not when there are other werewolves in Hepdale, who threaten to ruin more than their relationship.
Meanwhile, Jack has enough problems of his own to deal with. He’s sick of high school, sick of his family, and sick of those weird texts he keeps receiving. And to top it all off, Theo’s brother is being weirdly handsome and mysterious. Like, right in his face.
🏳️🌈 The thrilling conclusion to the Hepdale Rain series!
The pack is in danger.
Dean made it clear that he’s done playing games. If Theo doesn’t join him, he will hunt Theo and his pack down. Using any means necessary.
Meanwhile, Silas finds it difficult to keep werewolves a secret from the rest of his friends. Especially since Sarah seems to have noticed that Jack and him are acting strange.
The pack would be stronger with more people. They might stand a chance against Dean. But does Silas really want to drag his friends into something so dangerous?