Dear Readers,

I recently received this question through Goodreads and thought I’d share it here as well in case others are wondering the same thing.

Here goes!


The Reader Question…

Dear Christina, I absolutely love the Angelbound Origins Series and the Angelbound Lincoln Series. With that said, I just want to know if the series ending, or are you planning on making more books. If so, do you have an estimate of how many more books are going to be in each series before it concludes? I look forward to hearing from you. God richly bless you.

The Short Answer…

So glad you enjoy the series! I currently do three Angelbound releases a year: one for Angelbound Origins, one for Angelbound Lincoln and one for Angelbound Offspring. In all honesty, I don’t see myself stopping writing Angelbound Origins and Lincoln stuff any time soon. Offspring may go on a pause starting in 2023.

The Long Answer…

Right now, my plan is to write three more Angelbound Offspring books, namely KAPS in 2020, Huntress in 2021 and Scala Heir in 2022. After that, methinks I’ll take a break and do two Lincoln books and one Origins book each year. My goal? Catch up to where every Origins (Myla) story is followed by a Lincoln story that happens right after in terms of action. At this point, the timelines aren’t in sync and I would like to fix that, but I need to catch up on Lincoln stuff to do it.

Below please find the list of releases in each Angelbound series for the next few years!

Angelbound Offspring
The next generation takes on Heaven, Hell, and everything in between

1. Maxon
2. Portia
3. Zinnia
4. Rhodes
5. Kaps (2020)
6. Huntress (2021)
7. Scala Heir (2022)

Angelbound Origins

About a quasi (part demon and part human) girl who loves kicking butt in Purgatory’s Arena
1. Angelbound
2. Scala
3. Acca
4. Thrax
5. The Dark Lands
6. The Brutal Time
7. Armageddon
8. Quasi Redux (2020)
9. Aquila (2021)

Angelbound Lincoln

The Angelbound experience as told by Prince Lincoln
1. Duty Bound
2. Lincoln
3. Trickster
4. Baculum (2021)
5. Angelfire (2022)

Thanks for your question and interest in my work. Please know that I’m always open to reader ideas and suggestions… feel free to post here or email me at!