The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts
As K.C. Tansley, I write YA time travel murder mysteries.
In The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts, prep school junior Kat Preston accidentally time travels to 1886 Connecticut, where she must share a body with a rebellious Victorian lady, prevent a gruesome wedding night murder, disprove a deadly family curse, and find a way back to her own time.
The Girl Who Saved Ghosts
When an ancestor’s ghost begs her for help, Kat risks herself—and the friend who’s sworn to protect her—by traveling in time to nineteenth-century Vienna.
The Girl Who Loved Ghosts
Kat and Evan will make new discoveries about themselves, their friends, and their feelings for each other as they search for Evan’s ancestral home and journey into the past yet again to find the final amulet they need to unite the four families and save them all. And both Kat and Evan will learn that it’s difficult to separate their feelings from their fates.
The Six Train to Wisconsin
As Kourtney Heintz, I write award winning cross-genre fiction.
When Kai’s telepathy spirals out of control, her husband Oliver brings her to the quiet Wisconsin hometown he abandoned a decade ago, where he must confront the secrets of his past to save their future.
Highway Thirteen to Manhattan
In the second installment in bestselling author Kourtney Heintz’s paranormal suspense series, Oliver and Kai must deal with the aftermath of her abduction and his lies. And they’re forced to confront the consequences of Kai’s own sins of omission.
Here’s some poems I wrote. I’ll be releasing more poems, so please check back for updates.