Friday, March 8, 2019

Thrall accepted at DSP!

Just a quick update--the first book in my dark fantasy series, Thrall, has been accepted for publication at DSP! I'll keep everyone informed about the fun things, like covers and release dates!

Friday, February 15, 2019

Editor's Choice!

Noble Magic, the first book in the Enforcer's series, is on sale! It is now an editor's choice title!

Good time to check it out! 

Saturday, January 26, 2019

Some fun stats

I just put together all 10 books in the Enforcer's series (the 9 main ones and the side-story). It's a total of 360,000 words and almost 1200 pages. Impressive!

Perhaps one day I'll see it all in print...

Saturday, January 19, 2019

What's coming in the new year?

Just a quick update on what I've been doing in the past year and what's coming up!

The Enforcer's series was completed last year with the final book, aptly titled Resolution.

It tells the end of the overarching plot of the Enforcer's series. Will Kenneth and Thorn find their happy ending? Check it out at Amazon to find out!

With that series now complete, I have just submitted another series to DSP publications. The series title is The Fallen Empire, and it's a fantasy series featuring vampires. I will keep you all posted as to the submission status! For a sneak peek at it, you can check out some of my Wednesday Briefs shorts about Kaiden the vampire thrall.

Finally, way down the line is something called The Chronicler series. Expect more info on that far in the future!

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Time on Tumblr has come to an end...

I'll be posting here more often, as Tumblr's ill-informed guidelines change leads me back to Blogspot. It's hard to maintain yourself there when your book covers get marked as explicit.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Storm Lords release: Blog Tour Wrapup!

It's been one week since the release, and you may have seen my posts around the blogosphere. But in case you missed them, I will link all of the interviews and blog posts here!

A blog post over at MM good book reviews! This one talks about characterization.

A blog post about fantasy and LGBT over at DSP publications!

I talk about the writing process over at My Fiction Nook!

I talk about the importance of home and the theme of home at Love Bytes!

I talk about the challenge of writing a mute character at Alpha Book Club!

I was interviewed on my thoughts about characters and writing over at Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words!

And I talk about the theme of sacrifice in the story in my interview over at Genre Talk!

I hope you enjoy reading my thoughts about writing the book!

Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Storm Lords: Released today!

Available at

4.5 Stars from Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words!
4.5 Stars from Gay Romance Book Reviews! 
5 Stars from Diverse Reader! 

The heat took everything from Rowen: his parents, his voice when the local cure for heatstroke poisoned him, and the trust of his fellow villagers, who branded him a water thief. It would have claimed his life when he was deemed unworthy of precious resources and left in the sun to die, had not a strange man named Kristoff ridden in on the wind and told Rowen he had power. 

Rowen works hard to become a Storm Lord, one of a secret magical group that brings storms to break the heat waves overtaking their world. But Rowen is starting his training at a disadvantage since he cannot speak and is much older than the other novices. The desire to please Kristoff inspires him to persevere even more than the threat of being sent back to his village to die should he fail. Still, he cannot gather rain, and when his abilities manifest, they are unlike anything known to the Storm Lords. Unless Kristoff can help him control his deadly powers, the entire world will be in danger.

Kristoff might be among the mightiest of the Storm Lords, but he’s never been a mentor before. For a chance to be with Rowen, he’s willing to risk everything.