Works in Progress

Works in Progress

ToA – The Dragon Prince Chronicles: Book 3

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA Christain Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 12

“Complainin’ about it isn’t goin’ to make it any better,” Nark shot. 

“Neither is acting like everything is all jolly and well when it’s not!” Kahtan yelled, shaking his head to move his wet hair from his eyes. 


By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA Dystopian/Sci-fi

Currently in: Chapter 7 (Vyncenn)

Cold stone chilled my cheek, and screaming pain shot up my left leg, stealing my breath. Silence surrounded and drowned me. But the most noticeable thing was the chill in the air and the pain in my leg. I forced my heavy eyelids open and scanned the gray walls around me. 


By: Kaytlin Phillips

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy/Romance

Currently in: Chapter 37

My heart felt as if it would pound out of my chest as I jumped from the underbrush and released the war cry of my people as I charged toward the Wyverns. There was no way I would stand by and let them destroy all of Uriu. We had a chance to stop them here, but we had to work quickly.

Title Coming Soon

By: Marisa Phillips

Genre: Young Adult Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 6

 “Faster!” Rorick yelled out as a sight I never thought that I’d have to see unravel right in front of me.

My blood grew warm with horror, a horror that I never thought I’d have.

Rivals of Skyline

By: Kaytlin Phillips

Genre: Christian Western

Currently: Finished

As they broke apart Daniel looked into her eyes, his forehead pressed to hers. Her breaths came in ragged gasps and her heart thundered like a herd of mustangs in her chest. Her hands rested on Daniel’s strong, heaving shoulders and she’d never been happier.

Bad Code

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA Contemporary/ Adventure

Currently in: Chapter 14

 “Edmund, bud?” Archer glanced at me in the rearview and I huddled tighter. What had these two gotten me into? Guess who was getting the worst big brothers ever award?    

Brothers Divided

By: Jaiden Phillips

Genre: MG Contemporary

Currently in: Chapter 9 (Backtracking to line up the story)

I sighed and turned my gaze beyond the house. In the distance, there was a large white barn with whitewashed wooden fences that jutted up against it and horses grazing in the fresh green pasture. Honestly, the barn looked more inviting than the house.

Shattered Castles Book 1: Hidden Questions

By: Marisa Phillips

Genre: YA Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 9 (Darius)

My focus shifted as hooves pounded the ground and a horse came into view. Its muscles twitched along with his ears, the loud rhythm of his heart banging against his chest filling the air. On top of the horse was a massive soldier, sword drawn, and ready to slice my head clean off my shoulders.

Secrets (Working Title)

By: Kaytlin Phillips

Genre: Middle-Grade Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 1

Rain fell in a torrential flood, slashing against the boards beneath my feet, driving into my face, and making it hard to see. The wind howled as it rocked the treetop city in the sudden gusts. Leaves danced upon the high winds, prisoners in their hands. I stumbled along the rickety bridge streets of Oaken Heights, praying that I wouldn’t end up dashed to pieces on the ground far below.

The War for the Throne

By: Marisa Phillips

Genre: YA Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 3

His face ashen and twisted in agony, his eyelids drooped, and his hand shook uncontrollably with the pain. I was losing him.

Imagine Dragons: A Collection of Dragon Inspired Tales

By: Jaiden, Marisa, & Kaytlin Phillips

Genre: Mixed

He shook uncontrollably in his wild rage, and his hands gripped more firmly the blade over the dragon’s head.

The Lost Stones of Onalon

By: Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 9

ShadowSoul could tell his patience was wearing thin. He took a deep breath. “No Master, it was him,” ShadowSoul said as he reached into his pocket and pulled out a rock with the letter D engraved on it.

Ashes: Cinderella like you’ve never seen before

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA Fantasy retelling

Currently in: Chapter 7

“Tell Lionel I am sorry.” she smiled at me. “Be brave and gentle like your father Asher, and find it in your heart to…forgive me.”

Rise of the Gifted: Prophecy Series 1

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA or MG Fantasy

Currently reworking: Chapter 1

“Who are you?” Skylur threw flames into the darkness, trying to light it but it only swallowed up the light. No answer came. The darkness pressed and something touched his shoulder.

The Song of Avinlar: Avinlar Chronicles 1

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: YA Fantasy

Currently in: Chapter 8

  “Remind me why we’re following them, again?” Niall asked as he gracefully jumped from limp to limp of the Gleaming Trees.

  “Just be quiet and keep moving,” Ryder growled as he urged Zanzuhbar on.

Glowing in the Dark

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: MG Contemporary

Currently in: Chapter 3

   I glanced back for one last look, one last memory of a place I had loved. Then sighed and turned toward what was soon to be another fading memory.

Untitled Book:

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: MG Steampunk/fantasy/action/adventure

Currently in: Chapter 4

(Chayce) I sat on the bed, dust and mold rising and making me cough. Should I stay and dig for the truth amidst Cousin Gale’s insanity? Or should I make a break for it before he killed me?

City of Rails: Book 1 – The Shadow Train

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips

Genre: MG Steampunk (Until further notice)

Currently in: Chapter 3

(Niles) “Eli’s such a spoilsport.” Niles glanced over his shoulder to see Sasha sticking out her tongue.

Niles chuckled. “Come on Elias, have some fun.” He jumped outside the tracks and winked at his brother.

Elias took a deep breath. “Somebody has to be the responsible one.”

“Grouchy one more like it,” Sash mumbled as her hand landed on his shoulder.

9 thoughts on “Works in Progress

  1. Do you juggle between all of the WIPs? Or are you working on them one at a time? I tend to switch between two or three but sometimes it can be distracting to have to keep up with multiple projects.

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    1. Hey Ann! Well, it depends….Sometimes we’re focused on one project and sometimes we bounce around, which is how we ended up with so many on this page…lol…Agreed, sometimes it can be. If we’re working on more than one at a time we like to work on stories in different genres or with vastly different storylines and settings.
      Thank you for dropping by!


      1. Okay, I see! Thanks for explaining. It makes sense to work on ones that are in different genres etc. to cut down on the confusion.
        Thank YOU for your mission and purpose! It’s so encouraging to find fellow sisters in Christ working to fill the world with wholesome literature!
        To God be the glory!

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      2. Of course, we don’t mind answering any other questions you have! Lol…yes, cutting down on confusion is a must for us…lol…
        Awww, thank you!!! Amen! To God be the Glory! Merry Christmas!


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