There are only two days left to get the Prophecy of Magic anthology at $0.99, with A Monstrous Romance and the other 20+ fantastic volumes of urban fantasy and paranormal romance. Meet Aurelia and Henryk, Magnus and Miel, in a chilling tale of monsters, madness, and the thin lines between life and… Continue reading
I desperately wanted to have photos, but my order hasn’t arrived! I’ve ordered paperback proofs of A Monstrous Romance. Convention friends who asked me about it this year will definitely be able to grab a copy when I start on the 2020 con circuit. But of course, grab it digitally FIRST in… Continue reading
I recently put together a series of Facebook posts on the research that’s gone into The Van Helsing Legacy and Liminality. When I stepped back and looked at them, I wound up kind of proud of the result, so I collected and edited them into a sort of vampire primer for my email newsletter…. Continue reading
Friends, Romans, countrymen! At long last, The Van Helsing Legacy: We Shall Not Sleep is available SOLO in digital, not as part of an anthology. Click below for your copy, and watch for the preorder for Dark and Hungry Graves. It’ll be appearing soon!
Strange Aeons: A Monstrous Romance A warm breeze tickled the back of her neck. Not a breeze. A breath. Noxious, sulfuric, rotted, and bloody. She whirled. And froze. It loomed ten feet tall, too many legs, too many mouths gaping amid a storm of thrashing, knife-like tendrils. The flailing edges… Continue reading
Have you seen the final cover for Book 2?
Liminality: The Martyr “Perhaps you think I cannot understand what it is to be like you, but you are not as unfathomable as you try to be. She is Shadow, and she wishes to be more. You are Magic, and she wants to take that from you. And Death from… Continue reading
Oh, no! For some reason, this didn’t publish last Tuesday! Strange Aeons: A Monstrous Romance Aurelia stepped forward, the light of her torch brushing the smooth surface of an enormous crystalline sphere. It must have been twice her height – more, with its iron stand, cushioned by a thick ring… Continue reading