Want to hang out with Rachel? Ever wanted to ask her awkward personal questions about her shoe size and cheese preferences? Have you dreamed of getting her to sign your cousin’s uncle’s niece’s copy of Fairies in My Fireplace so you can sell it on eBay for millions someday?

Finding Rachel in the wild isn’t easy, but it can be done. Here’s an ongoing list of the easiest places to catch her, other than hiding in the produce aisle at the grocery store until she walks by.

Because that could take awhile.


February 2–5 — Coastal Magic Convention, Daytona Beach, Florida



December 10, 1 p.m – 4 p.m –“Great Writers, Right Here” Authors Fair, Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library

May 27–29 — ConQuesT 47, Kansas City, Missouri

April 12–17 — RT Booklovers Convention, Las Vegas, NV

February 20–21 — Empower Comic Con, Topeka, KS



December 12, 1 p.m – 4 p.m —  “Great Writers, Right Here” Authors Fair, Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library

October 23, 10 a.m – 7 p.m. — MCC-Longview Literary Festival

August 29, 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. — Book signing at Reader’s World Lee’s Summit


Keep checking back. More events are currently in the works for the coming months!



Appearances — 2 Comments

    • Hi, Aisha-Kimberly! I’m so glad you stopped by! I’m also thrilled that you’ve enjoyed the Monster Haven books so much. (And exhumed made me giggle.)

      Zoey and Riley’s story is pretty much told. I know, the baby thing was still left unanswered, but I promise, I’ll get to it eventually. It’ll probably be a short story all its own. But as far as novels go, Zoey’s story is finished.

      BUT! Kam is getting her own spinoff series, called Djinn Haven. Kam’s first book comes out in January, and it’s called TO CATCH A STOLEN SOUL. Sometime during the series, she’ll probably visit our friends back in California, since she considers Zoey to be her sister. It won’t happen in book one, though. Book one is already available for pre-order. 🙂

      AND! Sometime in the not so distant future, there will very likely be another spinoff series featuring Maurice and Sara solving mysteries from their new bakery. I’m playing with the idea of calling it Muffin Haven.

      So. It’s over, but it’s not over. I’ll probably keep taking us back to that world for a very long time. It still has a lot of stories left for me to tell. 🙂 In the meantime, have you tried my other series, The Mt. Olympus Employment Agency? The first trilogy is about a woman whose houseplant comes to life and makes her get a job as a muse. There are a lot more of those coming, too.

      Thanks again for the kind words and for stopping by! — Rachel

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