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New Release – Citadel of Broken Dreams

TweetAlexandria Duke returns to the game for another year, except this time, she must beat the unbeatable dungeon. The Citadel of Broken Dreams was not meant to be explored. It was—as Alex was told numerous times—a trap. But the Citadel was the last place Lily’s brother had entered before he disappeared. He’d been in search […]

New Release – Agent Unraveled

TweetThe dragons are coming. Without a head patron to protect the city, the Hundred Halls are vulnerable to the most dangerous supernatural creatures of all—the dragons. But the Circle of the Scale is not the only problem. Deep beneath the city other dangers lurk, setting in motion a confrontation that will force Zayn to make […]

New Release – The Sorcerous Spy

TweetZayn’s story continues for his second year at the Academy of the Subtle Arts.  I’m pleased at how this one turned out.  Zayn has a special story and I hope you stay with me through this series.  It’s going to be great! When a rogue assassin starts taking heads in the Hundred Halls, no one […]

New Release – The Reluctant Assassin

TweetTechnically, this book has been in the works for three years, though it changed a few times along the way.  Originally, the assassin’s story was going to be my first venture into the Hundred Halls, but as stories have a way of morphing into other things along the development path, so too did this one […]

New Release — City of Sorcery (The Hundred Halls #5)

TweetThe end of schooling can be both a blessing and a curse.  Of course, you want to finish, but when you do, you’re left feeling like you’re losing something important.  I know when I finished college had to move into the real world that I didn’t want to go. The last book in The Hundred […]

New Release — Gathering of Shadows (The Hundred Halls #4)

TweetAfter a long wait, book four of the Hundred Halls, Gathering of Shadows, is now available! Every fall the city of Invictus bustles with new students, and the classrooms reek of spent faez.  This year it’s true of every hall except one—Arcanium.  While Semyon Grey, the Patron of Arcanium, slowly heals from his soul being […]

Indie Publishing: 2,119 Days and Counting…

TweetDecember 19th, 2010. That was when I published my first book, The Digital Sea.  I’d shopped the novel around to agents and editors, receiving lovely rejections along the way, before deciding to jump into the indie pub revolution with both feet.  There were a lot of reasons for my conversion: control over the end result, […]

The Year in Review – 2015

TweetThe first thing I need to do is this: THANK YOU READERS!!! via GIPHY I really can’t say enough how amazing this year was for me and it’s all because of you.  It’s really strange to sit in a room for hours and days at a time, pounding away at a keyboard, wondering if anyone […]

The Franklin Deception (The Dashkova Memoirs #4)

TweetBook four in The Dashkova Memoirs is LIVE! When Thomas Jefferson’s longtime companion is murdered with dark magic, Katerina Dashkova and Ben Franklin must find the killer before the war-hungry Federalists learn the truth and use it to maneuver America into a war with Russia. Unfortunately, the unknown assassin isn’t the only one causing trouble: […]

10 Weird Facts about Ben Franklin

TweetBen Franklin is one of the most well known figures of American, or even global, history.  Most know him as one of the Founding Fathers, or that he “discovered” electricity with a kite, key, and string.  You might even know that he was a prolific inventor.  But most don’t know much beyond those few facts. […]