Just a few announcements.  First of all, Blood Rain is still on the Amazon store for those of you who would like to purchase it.   I'm telling you this because, I'm pleased to announce, very soon the second book of the series,Blood Moon, will be available.  Also, if you purchased Blood Rain and enjoyed it, please leave a review on Amazon or Goodreads.

Yes, to my few fans who are interested, I am currently working on the third and final book of the series, Blood God.  I'm hoping to be finished at the latest by Christmas, but we'll have to see how inspired I feel and how much time I have to write.  There's a possibility I might be done before then, but I'm hoping to make Christmas my deadline. (If I take longer, rest assured it'll be to make the book better.)

I have to include a huge thank you on this post for my artist and friend J. M. Lee for doing such a wonderful job on the cover art of the first and second book.  I've included the cover art here to make your search for the novels easier and because I think, whether you are buying the book or not, you need to see this artwork.  He has done a wonderful job and I highly suggest you check out his website to see the other types of work he does through his company Wolf &Fox Design Studio.

I guess that's it for now.  I'll keep you posted on the progress of Blood God.  Thanks for reading.  Here's the cover art for Blood Moon.  Isn't it beautiful?  I love it.

Hi Everyone!

Just wanted to make a quick post to let you know that my first novel "Blood Rain" is available for purchase and download at Amazon.com on the Kindle Store.  Copies are going for $2.99.  Big THANK YOU to J.M. Lee for doing the cover artwork.  Go ahead and click on it and the amazon store page will open up in a new window.

This was a big step for me.  I had been trying to find an agent to represent this book, but no one was excited enough about the concept to do so.  I feel like this novel was definitely a good story so I decided to publish on Kindle.  I'm currently looking for people who would be willing to review the book, either on their own page or on the Amazon store.  If you are a reviewer of fantasy novels and ebooks, please contact me and I can arrange for a review copy to be provided to you.

Here's to hoping for success for "Blood Rain".


Blood Rain

The novel is about a 16 year old girl named Mercy who is training to be the next shaman for her secluded treetop village on the night that blood rains from the sky. During the storm, the enemies of her people, the bat-like beast-men called "Blood Wings" are incited into a blood frenzy during an attack that nearly destroys her tribe. The village chieftain sends her on a mission of honor to find the source of the rain, forcing her to flee the village in the midst of the battle. Her mission takes her from one corner of the continent to the next and Mercy is forced to befriend potential enemies, spies, and even one of the Blood Wings to uncover the truth about the blood rain. As Mercy searches for answers she uncovers secrets from her past, lies that are widely accepted as truths, and a terrifying secret hidden by the beast men themselves. Everything points to a powerful magic which disappeared hundreds of years ago. If magic resurfaces in the world everything will change forever.


The Guildsmen

Emily is a young woman struggling to earn respect as a mechanic in London after she inherits her Father’s business.  When her childhood friend and lover, Victor, returns to England, things finally seem to be improving for her, until he fixes her Father’s watch and they discover the mysterious blueprints inside along with a cryptic note warning her to hide the blueprints and to avoid “The Guildsmen.”  Emily becomes entangled in warring secret societies, corporate espionage, and old rivalries in an attempt to save Victor’s life and uncover the truth about her Father’s death.



The main character, Orel, is different than everyone else in his hometown.  He is faster, his eyes are a strange color, and he has a unique ability that no one else in his town possesses, the ability to summon spirits.  He single handedly has turned the once depleted mine into a prosperous coal town.  Still, his life changes when a shrewd railroad baron, Everest Wildworth, buys the town and blackmails Orel into working for him.  Orel moves to the city where the spirits he summons are used to aid in the creation of a new type of fuel.  While there, Orel learns about his heritage.  He’s descended from a strange tribe of creatures called the Aves and he’s having trouble coping with who he really is and where he really came from.  Still, despite everything else, he knows what he really needs to discover is why the spirits are disappearing and what Wildworth is hiding.