An all-new steampunk-meets-fairy-tale series of heart, legacy, and duty. Release date: June 15 Price: $4.99
Christina Creangle stared at the smoldering ruins of her life’s work. When the Moufan, an ancient secret society, offered to take care of her senile father as repayment of an old debt, she agreed. The idea of isolation with both her protege and her legendary inventor father, was too compelling to question.
But the winds of history are blowing fierce after the first
Immerse yourself in the time-spanning epic tale of Ian Troy in a whole new way! Magic-Price is now on Audible! It has been a fun and exciting journey working with my talented narrator, Daniel Storm, and I couldn't be more pleased with the finished product. In the beginning, though, I was hesitant. I wanted to offer my stories in all formats, but I was far from an expert. I had no idea what would make a good audiobook. I'd only listened to a handful in my entire life. When I s
Such a dark and delightful collection of horror! As a fan of the genre, this anthology was a joy to read. I love the author’s imagination. The way he weaves each story is brilliant. You know the cringe-worthy moments are coming, but they get you every time. I tried to pick a favorite. Mother Called Today really got me. As did Reconstructing Teddy. But I honestly found each one as creepy and engaging as the last. The writing is excellent and full of twists that keep you guessi
This book was not at all what I was expecting. By the blurb, I was sure I would enjoy it. I LOVED it! Bold, brash, irreverent, bloody, and funny as hell, The Call of Gelduur was a blast to read. I love authors that don’t shy away, who aren’t afraid of ‘punch in the gut’ writing—and have the chops to pull it off. The fight scenes are as well done as the banter. I thoroughly enjoyed adventuring, raiding, and pillaging with all the colorful Norrlanders. Their bawdy, make no excu
Wow. This book was dark, and I loved it. Already a fan of this author (from my previous reading of The Dead Lands), I knew I would enjoy his take on the Wendigo legend. And I wasn’t disappointed. The first chapter was dark and grisly and I was instantly hooked. Something nasty has come to haunt the town of Vacant, and with enough problems already in place, Vacant’s residents are not prepared for the savagery of the supernatural being that has descended on their doorstop. The
Bob Drifter is an inconspicuous substitute teacher, who would hardly raise an eyebrow or garner a glance if he were to walk by you on the street. He’s a genuinely nice guy, who cares for his students. Yet, as usual, things aren’t always what they seem. Bob is much more than he appears to be. He’s a journeyman, someone who helps souls cross over to the other side. The problem with a secret identity, though, is that eventually someone is bound to discover who (or what) you real
I was asked to guest post this month at The Writing Desk. It's a short piece on what inspired me to write and how I approach a story.
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So, this is my first blog. I've had a lot of 'firsts' lately; my first tweet, my first follower, my first request for a signing-my first sale. Publishing my first novel (yep, there's another one) has been as rewarding and exciting as I'd always hoped it would be. But it's also been humbling. The entire experience has reminded me that, hard work and persistence aside, the stars saw fit to align themselves for me. It's shown me how fortunate I am to have so many good people in