I've updated my Bio page, so take a look, if you're interested. I've been meaning to do that for a while now anyway.

As for writing news,
The Underground Portal has joined the land of the submission, too. Fingers my editor at Mocha Memoirs Press likes it.

In the meantime, I'm working on something else that's been on my mind for a while. So between that project and
The Grave on the Edge of False and Prophet, it's going to be a busy summer.

Stricken is out, so be sure to get a copy today from Purple Sword Publications. And even though I've said to a thousand times, it's not too late to get a copy of The Light at the End of Judgment and Day at Mocha Memoirs Press, too.
I write urban fantasy, spicy paranormal romance, and young adult. Though I don't mind vampires, werewolves, and witches being a part of my world, I focus on lesser-known species who are putting their stamp on the supernatural community. So if you're looking for curses, half werewolves, animal spirits, doppelgangers, hags, a modern-day Frankenstein, or werecheetahs, then you've come to the right place.
Embracing the creepier side of writing.
Latest Release
Copyright 2015 by Marcia Colette
Tentative GUEST APPEARANCES in 2016
Urban Fantasy
Young Adult
Works in Progress...

Charlotte, NC

North Chesterfield, VA
Strained, Alexa York #3, (Urban Fantasy) - submitted to PSP

The Grave at the Edge of False and Prophet
, Yvette Mills #2 (Paranormal)

The Underground Portal (Fantasy Romance) - submitted to MMP

The Camping Trip
(Horror, short-story)

TBD, Genevieve York (Urban Fantasy)

TBD, The March Clinic (Urban Fantasy)

Ameila Con
Amelia Island, FL
A bodyguard job like no other.

Personal tragedy convinces half-werewolf Alexa York to get away to the town of McCormick, Pennsylvania where she's charged with protecting Dr. Aiden Joss, physician to the supernatural community. Not only does she need the money, she needs the distraction. Unfortunately, she gets it in spades when Joss's personal issues and a myriad of dangerously sick patients make her new job nearly impossible.

(Urban Fantasy)