Works in Progress

Works in Progress

ToA – The Dragon Prince Chronicles Book 3

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Currently on: Chapter 18

“You are always hungry, Sage,” Gaven called from the front of the group. “But do not worry, we will be making camp in another half hour or so.” 

“I donnae like thon or so ye tagged on, Gavie.” Sage pulled on the reins and sent his horse walking diagonally which pushed Kahtan’s horse to the side and broke the format of the line. 


By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips
Genre: Young Adult Dystopian
Currently on: Chapter 7

“That bad, huh?” The boy chuckled and groaned. “They make me so ugly you can’t even look at me?” 

“What?” I lifted my eyes from the floor to stare at his battered face. Was he smiling? I shook my head, and nausea swirled in my gut. 

“My face, ugly, you know…” the boy waved his hand around his face as he leaned back against the wall, a grin tugging at his battered lips. 


By: Kaytlin Phillips
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy/Romance
Currently on: Chapter 48

Mora slapped me playfully. “Oh, quit being a bothersome brother.”

“I have nothing else to do; you won’t let me get up.”

“Because you’d get yourself killed.” Mora’s brow furrowed with concern.

A grin eased onto my lips. “Ah, now you’re being a bothersome sister.”

Stoneflake’s Bane

By: Marisa Phillips
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Currently on: Chapter 6

“What about Mrs. Jalik?” I searched the burning village below as tears poured down my cheeks.

Rorick laid his hands on my shoulders. “We will take care of this. Get out of here, now, Feebie!” Rorick hugged me, and I clung to my brother.

“Look after her, Anton,” Rorick said as he stepped back and smiled at me.

Title Coming Soon

By: Jaiden Phillips
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Currently on: Chapter 1

“Hurry!” Dah shouted, his mahogany hair whipping the side of his face as his head jerked toward the window.

Shaking my head, I threw my legs over the side of the bed and pulled my leather boots on with shaking hands. Then I shoved to my feet as I snagged my shirt from the bedpost and quickly slipped it on.

Bad Code

By: Kaytlin, Marisa, & Jaiden Phillips
Genre: Young Adult Contemporary
Currently on: Chapter 16

“Actually, I already hacked them. I’m browsing their files to find out what we are up against. It doesn’t make sense that Justin Keen, a grocery clerk, would want to kill us. So, he’s got to be hiding something in here. Something he thinks we saw. Something he would kill for.” 

A shiver raced down my spine. I didn’t like where Gabe was going with this. It was too much like a mystery or cop show gone wrong. 

13 thoughts on “Works in Progress

    1. Aww, thank you! We’re not sure yet….we made them a while back, but we’re pretty happy with 5055 and Bad Code….so, unless our cover illustrator (aka Jaidie) gets a wild idea and decides to design something they might be. 🙂


  1. Hi sisters three,
    my question is how do you write with three people? I have completed two books myself and have always wanted to coauthor a book. so my Bestie and I are going to write a fantasy together but I have never coauthored before. any tips or tricks?

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    1. Hey Katherine! Thanks for dropping by!
      Hmm, we’ve never really thought about it much. We’ve always done things together. That’s awesome that you’ve completed two books on your own! And how exciting! Well, as for tips…sometimes we’ll take turns passing the laptop around and typing out a few sentences each, which is super fun! But our favorite thing to do is dictate someone to write (usually Kayti because she’s a faster typer) and roleplaying the scenes we’re writing! Acting out conversations and scenarios is soooo much fun! And the banter can be just gold sometimes!
      Biggest thing is to remember that you’ll both have different writing voices, and instead of working against each other, you’ll need to work with each other, blending your voices can be super fun and it usually turns out really well! Having a openmind to someone else ideas is key!
      We hope that was somewhat helpful! 🙂


  2. 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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