Grim Misery, the President of the Black Harbinger Motorcycle Club, discovers a wounded warlock and four werepups aboard the club’s LSD shipment. And the news kept getting better and better. Not only is the warlock sitting on the edge of death, he’s illegally bonded to the werepups, which could trigger a war with the werewolves—and he turns out to be Misery’s estranged husband.
Years ago, Griffin turned Misery away to be with another warlock by the name of Marcheso Aldo. Misery … Continue reading
A huge thank you to Hearts on Fire Reviews for having me on the blog today. My new release, Werewolf’s Tale and a Druid’s Sword, came out on August 31st. It’s the second book in the I.O.N. series and so far, my favorite book of the series… although, I’m in the process of writing book three so the favorite status may change. ;-D
Writing guest posts for this blog tour was sort of daunting. Everything I wanted … Continue reading
After he’s kicked out for being gay, still reeling from being abandoned by the man he loves, Jude goes to live with his brother Beck, who thankfully is more than happy to take him in. But Jude has other secrets he’s yet to share, for fear that even Beck will reject him, leaving him well and truly alone.
Then he draws the attention of werewolves, and discovers that everything he thought he knew about Levi, the man who abandoned him, is … Continue reading
The Genesis of Ruby Red Booty Shorts and a Louisville Slugger
When I first penned Ruby Red I was trying for a holiday submission call that had to be under 25k. I did make the word count, coming in at 22k, but I missed the sub call because this was the first book in a five-to-six book series. What the pub house did was have me change the holiday and they released it at the beginning of the new year. It wasn’t long before the pub house went belly up and the I.O.N. series sat on my desktop … Continue reading
Off To The Wrong Start
The plan was to write the whole of Sumeria’s Sons in Tristan’s POV but after Songs of the Earth was finished I realized that the story needed more. That was the reason I started the Sumeria’s Sons Interludes. There were things that went on that Tristan didn’t see and if he wasn’t there how could he tell us?
After Surrounded by Crimson was originally published, the problems with the publishing company was getting … Continue reading
We ask: Where do you see the world in a hundred years from this story?
Oh, boy. How do I answer the question without giving away series spoilers because when you really look at Sumeria’s Sons you can see one of the themes is change? The Lycans have to change how they live. The Gods have to change how they operate. Tristan and Ushna and party have to grow, become more than who they are today, not … Continue reading
Tristan has agreed to bond with Ushna, but there is still much to do and returning to Tribe Enkidu puts everyone on edge. Tristan is being stalked like prey, all the while fighting depression as he mourns the loss of Nikita, and enduring a battle of wills with the Elder Council over his birthright. The pleading of his adoptive daughter only adds still more stress to the situation.
Stumbling onto a … Continue reading
The sole survivor on a science vessel adrift in deep space, Zeus was adopted by the Emperor and Empress of the Mar’Sani, though he is both human and blind, and seen by most as unfit to join the royal family. Though they were able to repair his vision, Zeus does not trust his eyes and the nobles of his parents’ court refuse to ever trust a frail human.
Dargon Kal-Turak, along with … Continue reading
How Do You Plan Out A Series Such As Sumeria’s Sons?
Twin Flames was the first book I penned for publication making Sumeria’s Sons my first series. And I didn’t have a clue to what I was doing, which was okay because I was none the wise until like chapter three. ^_^
As a pantser, I wrote Twin Flames and Songs of the Earth by the seat of my … Continue reading
Blurb: or Tristan and Ushna, nothing comes easy and with each passing day the challenges grow and the dangers multiply. The safe home they are building for their family and tribe is threatened from all sides, and the peace they seek is being torn apart by enemies and internal strife. Tristan dares not reveal his condition to any but those closest to him, all the while he’s plagued by dreams he cannot remember upon waking…
And over all of it hangs the knowledge … Continue reading