Standalones I Wish Were Series
I’ve talked before about my battle between series and standalones. Ugh! The struggle is real.
Alright, so standalones I wish were series…
Tessa and Adam have their own little posses, which I call The Girls and The Geeks. All of the characters are interesting in themselves, and then their personalities put together is just phenom! I wish I could see where they go next.
Zach Delacruz is a pretty cool kid…with a big mouth. He gets himself mixed up with El Pollo Loco in charge of the 6th grade chocolate fundraiser. If they can sell enough candy, their 6th grade class gets to attend the first dance ever in the history of Davy Crockett Middle School. An unlikely group of friends form and band together to get the 6th graders in!
Dahlia Walker goes on one thrilling adventure! She learns more and more about her parents, who defied time and their watches. Now she’s lost them both and hunting down their legacy…while trying to not get killed.
Along the way she meets Farren Reed, Keet Hawkins, and Tiberius. They have striking personalities and I hope I get to see them again!
Josephine has gone and done it this time. Trying to bake love potion deserts gone wrong, and the town turning into cake-eating zombies.
I want to know what happens after everything is set to right. Does she get the boy she wants – or does her rival? Does she become a better baker and witch?
Young best-selling burnt out novelist Katie lands herself in Bishopville, South Carolina. She winds up with Doc and Kyle and the dogs. I wanted to know what happens after. Does Katie go back and deliver her next book? Does she stay with Kyle? Do they have babies and new dog stories to tell?
George Kronenfeldt quit his job and had one shot to keep his daughter believing in Santa. Megan has only one way to continue believing, so George becomes the Real Santa. His bank account and his marriage are threatened after the plans go astronomically awry. George’s kids from a previous relationship raise a horrible stink about his new family and his abandonment of them, George is faced with decisions and choices. Does he wind up doing right by his two older children? What will be his next step? Real Jack Frost? Real Ester Bunny?