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May 12, 2015

One night, without warning, the world goes mute. Every person in the world is rendered unable to speak. 

Jemma, a young librarian, thrives a little too well. She's being watched, and she and a new friend are in danger of disappearing completely. 

Faced with the choice to follow the rules or to survive, Jemma takes a chance, leaving certainty and stability behind.


January 5, 2016

The Event silenced the world in an instant. After the chaos died down and telepathy became the norm, Jemma and her new friend Jack started asking too many questions.

Now, scientists are holding them captive, forcing Jemma and Jack to cooperate with endless experiments. Escaping their facility is the first step, and it may turn out to be the easiest.



June 28, 2016

Jemma is no longer "just" a librarian. She's at the center of a project that could mean life or death for the entire human race.

She and Jack must find a way to change what they know to be true, to overcome pain and setbacks and save not only themselves, but also everyone they care about.

They'll take on their biggest fears in this thrilling conclusion to the Muted Trilogy.

Haunting Her

Coming Soon

The next exciting work by Nikita Spoke features an extroverted ghost who is tired of accidentally scaring off her houseguests. When a very cute artist moves in, Sonia quickly falls for Annie, but how will she overcome the obstacles between them?

Especially the obstacle where Sonia's been dead for two years.


Prophecy of Tarmot

Coming in 2022

The Hero: Tess Jenson, named by the Prophecy of Tarmot, destined to save the Kingdoms.

The Quest: To lead an army to the gates of Echolston, to take down Bennis, who threatens the safety of not only Tarmot, but also Earth itself.

The Problem: Tess Jenson has never touched a weapon in her life. She’s never attempted hand-to-hand combat. She can’t even win a game of chess, and now she’s expected to lead hundreds of people, on a whole other world, and win.

And she’d thought being late to algebra was a bad day.

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