In the beginning, Deathchasers was basically a series written like the Warriors. I planned on having multiple volumes in the series. But that didn’t work out, so I combined the character Avalynne from fantasy novel of the same name. It was called Deathchasers: Avalynne. Unfortunately, I gave up on that too. The idea came back to me a third time when I combined it with Letters from an Angel. I was going for a vibe similar to The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver except more fantasy. It held similar traits to Deathchasers: Avalynne, such as the fantasy world where the Deathchasers resided. Like before, I never went through with it.
This year, I got inspiration to rewrite the Deathchasers series as a superhero saga. The story follows 17-year-old Tulia Gardner as she navigates the world of Greek mythology, theater, and magic as she tries to defeat the titan Cronus, who has escaped from his underworld prison, and it’s up to Tulia and the Deathchasers to find and capture him.
I love this version because it’s dark and takes all of my energy to try and make it the best thing possible. Prepare for superheros, theater, and music like never before.