News, Notes & Info

RAGIS Acquired by Fiery Seas Publishing!

I am delighted to announce that print and ebook rights to RAGIS, the fourth book in my epic fantasy series THE GEMETA STONE, have been acquired by Fiery Seas Publishing. RAGIS continues the story of Kristan Gemeta, ruler of a new and unsteady realm who is plagued by the secret knowledge that his enemy, the Wichelord Daazna, still lives.

Here’s the story, in a nutshell:

Kristan Gemeta is teetering on the brink of madness.

His sister Melissa has defied him. His friend Olaf has betrayed him. The Wichelord Daazna’s ghostly laughter mocks him when he’s awake and robs him of his sleep at night. Even the protective powers of his legendary Stone are turning against him. 

And now his companions, his ship and its precious cargo have been taken hostage. Kristan must give chase, in an unseaworthy vessel manned by an angry centaur crew. Ahead lie unfriendly waters, an ominous destination and a confrontation Kristan dreads.

In his despair, Kristan longs for the one person he has always trusted: his beloved Heather. But she’s far away, about to step into a trap that will endanger not just her command, but Kristan’s life.  

RAGIS is set for a midsummer 2018 release. Watch this space for the upcoming cover reveal, book trailer and pre-order information!

Short Story Published!

Medusa At The Morgue coverMy short story, FIREBIRD, is now available in Wild Musette Journal’s March 2018 anthology, MEDUSA AT THE MORGUE.

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