DREAMWOOD is my first book, out now from Putnam (Penguin Random House). It’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 who’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 what’s like the Pacific Northwest—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 father’s trail to the deadly woods on Devil’s Thumb—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) I’m taking it slow on taking off my mask “What’s normal anyway” is a great song by Miguel. Also, it describes where I’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.