Peter DeHaan’s Fiction

Yep, Peter DeHaan writes fiction too!

He sometimes feels like a teenage boy trapped in an older man’s body. And his response is to write.

Author Peter DeHaan

Sometimes his creativity comes out as angsty teenage poetry, but usually delightful fictional tales of wonder and imagination emerge.

These short stories and fiction books are about what most teenage boys—at least his girl-crazy teenage self—think about the most . . . girls.

These stories range from contemporary to light fantasy to sci-fi and to allegorical dystopian. But all feature teenage boys and girls—young men and young women—navigating life and seeking to find their purpose in a world that doesn’t always make sense.

Young Adult Fiction

The result is can’t-put-it-down young adult and new adult fiction for young readers and the young at heart.

Discover these faith friendly tales about ordinary people who make a meaningful difference in their world. Read their engaging stories about believable people who face real issues you and your friends face every day.

Immerse yourself in page-turning fun without the fluff.

First Up: YA Dystopian

The Next High Priest Series is a near-world dystopian read that will capture your imagination and delight your senses.

Here’s the pitch:

Emma isn’t a typical teenager. Who in their right mind would spend hours studying the Holy Text? Who has the audacity to presume they can connect with the Sovereign?

Yet she must try.

She will implore the Almighty to send them the High Priest her people so desperately need, the one who will restore balance to an out-of-control world.

And if she died trying?

Then so be it.

The Next High Priest Series features page-turning novella-length books to keep you engaged and reading into the night.

The first installment is Seeking the Sovereign and the second is Pompous Jack. Due out in 2024.

Fun, Faith-Friendly Fiction

Enjoy realistic reads for the spiritually minded who don’t want religion shoved down their throats, while at the same time blushing at the content of too many books today.

Peter DeHaan walks the line between tired Christian tropes that you’ve read too often and explicit content you’d just as soon never read again.

The result is books with too much of an edge for Christian publishers but too spiritual for the general market.

This is where the YA fiction of Peter DeHaan fits in—or more correctly, where it doesn’t.

Can’t-Put-It-Down Books

Want gripping stories with strong female characters—girls you want to be and who the guys want to be with? Read about real issues you and your friends face every day? Plus a bit more? Then look no further.

Of course, you don’t want to gag on simple solutions to complex problems, either. No worries. Not going to happen here. We’ll skip the stuff that’s too slick and totally lame. For reals.

Check out the girl-powered YA fiction in Peter’s upcoming series, Ice Creamed.

Brianna from Ice Creamed

Meet Brianna, the dashing but shy Nicky, and her growing list of friends—and enemies.

Here’s how it starts:

Brianna Turner had known Nicholas Brower since kindergarten, and ever since fourth grade she dreamed of knowing him better. She fantasized about their first date, planned their wedding, and picked names for their two kids, but she wasn’t sure if he even knew who she was.

Nicky from Ice Creamed

Maybe the first step should be talking, but so far, he had never said one word to her. Not one. Love sucks.

Then a fatal car accident threatens to ruin it all, squashing the hope for romance before it could even sprout. Will Brianna find true love, or will her secret crush end up behind bars?

Here’s What Readers Say:

  • “I was hooked and barely put it down.” -Amy
  • “The book was amazing.” -Darrin
  • “A good YA read with a decent balance of dialogue, action, and setting.” -Jody
  • “A great rom-com.” -Jeremy

The first two books in the contemporary Ice Creamed Series are Ice Creamed and In-Lawed, with book three on the way.

More to Come

And there’s more to come. More books. More series. More to entertain and encourage.

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