Wednesday, June 9, 2021

 Great new review for SHADOWS OVER LONDON at the School Library Journal!

“VERDICT A good series starter for fans of faerie worlds.” —School Library Journal

“The story is full of magic and intrigue . . . the plot and world building are sure to enthrall readers.”  —School Library Journal

“This first title in a new series slowly builds into a magical adventure in a world that is dark and unique . . . the plot and world building are sure to enthrall readers.” —School Library Journal

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

 Amazon link for Classified Dossier: Sherlock Holmes and Dracula!

 Amazon link for Shadows Over London!

Friday, January 29, 2021

 Camcat is now listing Shadows Over London for pre-order!

Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Shadows Over London

 Things are moving fast over here! I'm also crazy-excited to announce the CamCat Publishing will be publishing my House of Thorns series, starting with Shadows Over London!

Sherlock Holmes: The Dracula Files

I am pleased to announce that Titan has picked up the Supernatural Case Files of Sherlock Holmes series! I'm super excited by this move to Titan and we have a lot of great ideas for further adventures. Three of the short stories previously published in other venues along with a previously unpublished story have now been combined into one novel 'Sherlock Holmes: the Dracula Files'. This will be Book One of the Supernatural Case Files of Sherlock Holmes!

Wednesday, June 15, 2016

N. K. Jemisin – The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

N. K. Jemisin – The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms

This one really grabs you.
Yeine, the main character is a relative nobody suddenly thrust into royal politics. (Not precisely true in the sense that she’s a chieftain of her people in the North, but she’s very much a nobody in this circle of ultra-powerful nobles and divinity.) Really engaging book right from the get-go, in a world where Gods are walking around, but enslaved and weaponized by a powerful family that rules from a massive castle floating over nations and barbarian hordes. A Zelazny-esque take on a family powerful enough that the line between Gods and people becomes very blurred. Packed with Machiavellian family politics and maneuvering for the throne of a giant city in the sky. Best part is how the Gods and Goddesses are fascinating both as mythology and as individuals. First in the Inheritance Trilogy. Might as well get all three, because you probably won’t be stopping at one.