DREAMWOOD is my first book, out now from Putnam (Penguin Random House). Itâ€™s the story of Lucy Darrington, a determined twelve-year-old girl who undertakes a dangerous journey to find her father, an expert in the supernatural whoâ€™s gone missing in search of dreamwood, a rare tree with magical properties. After running away from boarding school, she arrives in a remote part of whatâ€™s like the Pacific Northwestâ€”although with key differences: magic trees, sea serpents, and haunted forests in a landscape controlled by the Lupine people. Lucy and her vexingly stubborn friend Pete follow her fatherâ€™s trail to the deadly woods on Devilâ€™s Thumbâ€”only to find that dreamwood itself might be the greatest threat of all. Check it out on IndieBound, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble. Or read some of the super nice reviews.
View this post on Instagram A post shared by Heather Mackey (@hcmackey) Iâ€™m taking it slow on taking off my mask â€œWhatâ€™s normal anywayâ€ is a great song by Miguel. Also, it describes where Iâ€™m at in this weird moment of CDC pronouncements that do nothing to help the fact that you can be vaccinated ... [Continue reading]
I have little writing news of my own right now. But Grant has a lot happening – as always. His latest release, All the Comfort Sin Can Provide, has just become available for pre-order. It has the most enticing title and cover.