Oct 30, 2011

ONE LIFE: A Teddy Owens Story

Sixteen year-old Teddy Owens has barely considered her own mortality but within her lays dormant the ability to save one person from death...a particularly difficult decision to make when so many people she loves are in desperate peril.More information is coming soon.


Intent on leaving her troubled childhood in the past, Teddy Owens, has moved from Texas to her uncle's secluded mountain estate. Curious about her new surroundings Teddy ignores the persistent advice of her friend, Kane Piers, and digs to uncover the hidden mysteries of the estate, only to discover Kane has secrets of his own. With each new revelation Teddy is thrust further into a world where she is hunted for her supernatural power...to save a person from death.

ONE LIFE is a story about how a young woman with an extraordinary ability inherits generations of enemies and lies. After her family's sordid history of betrayal is unearthed, her world is rocked when she must travel to New York City and take an oath promising her power of One Life to the arrogant heir of a twisted underworld, Leevi Koivu. In the end she will have to make a hard choice and someone she loves, but cannot save, will die.

Oct 26, 2011

L. A. Cadieux

From this point forward I'll be writing under the name L. A. Cadieux.

Hopefully the transition to this new name does not cause a lot of confusion for blog viewers. I will send out an e-mail and update my social network accounts.

Literary Agent!

Today I received the phone call so many have been waiting for and couldn't be more happy. I now have a literary agent! Very excited to work with Marisa Corvisiero to sell ONE LIFE! Not only is Marisa a talented agent, but she also is a really nice person and I feel very lucky to be represented by her.

Oct 6, 2011

RIP, Jobs

RIP Steve Jobs. "Stay hungry, stay foolish."


"All dream but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was in vanity, but the dreamers of the day are dangerous, for they may act their dream with open eyes to make it possible." T. E. Lawrence