The Brightest Fell will be released in 2017, Night and Silence in 2018, and The Unkindest Tide in 2019.
The October Daye series is published in North America by DAW Books, with cover art by Christian Mc Grath and interior dingbats by Tara O'Shea.
With the stakes getting higher by the hour, Toby must finally find a way to sort truth from lies, and learn more about her place in Faerie than she ever dreamed...
One Salt Sea (September 6th 2011, DAW) begins as Toby is getting her feet under herself in the wake of Oleander's return.
It's a race for the life of a little girl, and there can only be one winner...
Chimes at Midnight (September 3rd 2013, DAW) finds Toby trying to deal with the goblin fruit problem in San Francisco—a problem that turns quickly personal when changelings start showing up dead.
When the King of Silences declares war on the Mists, Toby somehow finds herself at the head of the diplomatic mission that's supposed to keep things from turning uglier than they already are. "Through This House," published in Home Improvement: Undead Edition (August 2011).A Local Habitation (March 2nd 2010, DAW) finds Toby still reeling from her return to fae society when her liege lord, Duke Sylvester Torquill, comes to her with a request she can't deny.His niece, January, lives in a nearby fiefdom called Tamed Lightning, and has stopped checking in.Her friends—the few friends she has left—call her Toby.After getting burned by both sides of her heritage, she's retreated entirely from the fae community, spending her nights stocking shelves at a San Francisco grocery store and her days asleep in her apartment downtown.
But when an old friend encounters an unexpected problem, she can't allow her grief to interfere with her job—and maybe more importantly, she can't allow her inaction to endanger Faerie.