Monday, March 2, 2015

A Pirate's Dream

Nimue, daughter of Hook, is desperate to prove to her parents that she's just as brave and as much of a pirate as they are. So when she serendipitously spies the hidden isle, she knows what she must do. A fearsome creature, known as the Sea Hag, is reputed to be hiding thirteen soul orbs within its sands and rumor has it any pirate brave enough to trespass there and snatch one up will be able to harness the power of the hag as his or her own. And that's just what Nimue aims to do. But, as is often her lot in life, things go horribly awry.

Sircco, King of the Sea, has no time for leggers. Those vile creatures in the Above also known as humans, and pirates are the worst of the lot. But when a feminine cry reaches his ears, his curiosity gets to him and against his better judgment finds himself offering the hag a trade for the wild, little legger with eyes of blue and hair the deepest color of his seas.

Human and merfolk do not fall in love with each other. It is simply impossible. But in Kingdom, there is no such thing as the impossible, merely obstacles a certain fairy godmother can easily overcome with a little fairy magic and some help from a few friends in very high places...

A Pirate's Dream is the final book in 
the Dark Princess Saga.

Friday, February 27, 2015

UPDATE on Marie

For the past few months I've received hundreds of very concerned emails from readers expressing not only their sympathy at the loss of my pen name, but also their sadness that I was no longer writing. I've heard from cancer patients who say immersing themselves in Kingdom during chemo is the only way they've gotten through things, and others who've told me that Kingdom helped them to get through the grief of losing loved ones.

I had no idea that Kingdom had become so personal for so many of you, it's humbled me and made me reflect a lot about a lot of things.

I wanted to set the record straight here, I am writing. It is who I am, and what I do. I love what I do. I realize that because I was so sad that I failed to mention that fact to you all. Because of this I have decided to release one final Marie Hall book, A Pirate's Dream, Kingdom book #11. If you want to know more about the future of Kingdom then make sure to read the author's notes as I'll go more in depth about what's happening with that world, but suffice it to say, Kingdom is far from over. I am still working on the Queens stories.

It is important to me that you all are aware this was not a gimmick. The Marie Hall brand is dead, but, there has been so much confusion that I felt I needed to clear things up for all of you. Today I'll be putting the finishing touches on A Pirate's Dream and within the next 2 weeks the book will be up for sale wherever ebooks are sold.

I am truly sorry for any confusion I may have caused you all before and hope that at the end of the day, you will continue to think kindly of me.

Be blessed,

Monday, November 17, 2014

The end of Marie Hall

Almost feels like the end of an era. Though it didn't last long, it sure was fun.

Sadly, I have to kill off my pen name guys. My reasons are personal and extremely private and I would just ask that you all understand that this is extremely difficult for me. Killing her off is like killing off a real piece of my soul. I love her like I do a family member. But I just don't feel like I had a choice in this.

If you want to know more about what's going to happen with my books, blog, and the rest of that please feel free to write to me at I won't be responding back to messages here, I want to tell you all I thank you so much for making Marie the success that she was. I could never have done any of that without you guys.

Please know this isn't a decision I take lightly or easily. I'm terribly devastated by this but trying to put on a good face.

So for the final time,
~Happy reading...