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4.5 with 4 reviews!

4.5 with 4 reviews!

Something has gone terribly wrong on the campus of St. Aggie’s University.

Girls are waking up with unexplained injuries…or disappearing altogether. For Olivia and her roommate Taylor, it seems as though some dark force is hovering constantly over them, making them afraid even to sleep alone.

But for Ryan, the mystery is less important than trying to repair his damaged marriage to Olivia. Little does Ryan know that danger is poised to envelop them both.

Can Ryan and Olivia save their marriage, or even their lives?

Note: Sisterhood of Fear is a sexy romantic thriller, and contains explicit sex scenes

$0.99 (Kindle Edition) $9.99 (Paperback)

5 stars with 1 review!

5 stars with 1 review!

A year after the terrifying events on St. Aggie’s campus, Taylor has returned to her small Minnesota hometown to recover from her injuries of body and soul. Ronny, the EMT who rescued her from certain death, provides light on her darkest days.

But as their relationship grows closer, Taylor is haunted by nightmares that are too wild to be real, yet too real to dismiss.

Unsettling events prove that Ronny and Taylor’s interracial romance is the least of her problems. Can Taylor protect herself from unseen dangers, or will the echoes of the grave reach out to claim her once more?

This sexy, romantic thriller will leave your skin tingling and your heart pounding.

$0.99 (Kindle Edition)

$9.99 (Paperback)

Humor & Satire

4.7 stars with 12 reviews!

4.7 stars with 12 reviews!

This is the tale of Eduardo Sinnombre, who gets hired by a shady organization to juggle the books of Eco Station One, an ecological research setup located deep in the middle of a tropical rainforest. From day one, Eduardo realizes he’ll be the designated scapegoat that will get the blame if something ever goes wrong. He also is being stalked by the unattractive, scrawny female secretary of the guy who has hired him… and seems to have the hots for him (the lady secretary, not the guy, ahem!)

In Eco Station One, Eduardo meets Mendoza, his soon-to-be nemesis, Harry the genetically enhanced Gorilla, a crazed scientist who believes he’s Moses, the tropical answer to the Three Stooges and a whole bunch of angry Ikawiri Pygmies who are constantly threatening to shoot poor Eduardo with darts coated with an aphrodisiac poison.

Can Eduardo cope with all this? Find out by reading this bizarrely funny novel!

$0.99 (Kindle Edition)



This week’s recommendations Dec 12th, 2014

Western Romance

4.7 stars with 11 reviews!

Laura Westbrook expected to face her share of challenges crossing the continent on a wagon train. But when she saves the life of the courageous white warrior, Grey Wolf, she finds the pathways between pride and prejudice, love and loyalty far more difficult to travel.
Having buried deep within him the horrific memory of his family’s massacre at the hands of a rogue band of Pawnee, young David thrives under the care and tutelage of his rescuer, Cheyenne Chief Black Arrow. Trained to become the proud warrior named Grey Wolf, he finds his life changed again by the beautiful and strong-willed Laura, who encourages him to reclaim his forsaken heritage and face the secrets of his haunted past.
From the rugged Nebraska plains to a Cheyenne village, from an army fort to a small town in California, destiny leads Laura and Grey Wolf on a trail of passion and danger that culminates in an astounding revelation.

Content Warning: This story contains mild violence, mild profanity, adult situations including physical intimacy, and is intended for mature readers.

$2.99 (Kindle Edition)

$13.99 (Paperback)

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Diablo Canyon Trilogy
The spirit and human world are faced with a third world—one mankind has long tried to suppress.
Part 1. “When Fates Conspires” asks the question is there fairness in life and what happens when we die, as two couples struggle to find their happily ever after while tragedy seems ever ready to put a period to their existence. With humor and pathos, two spirit guides, Remus and Justus try to make life better for these couples, but when fates conspire is that possible?
Part 2. “The Dark of the Moon”, the story advances a year and a half where Myra Farrell is struggling to hold onto her ranch, the Box Z, against formidable odds until a stranger appears. Will Pace Emerson be her salvation or her damnation? Pace is a man with secrets. Myra’s spirit guide, Racine, distrusts him from first sight mostly because he can also see her. Humans aren’t supposed to do that.
Part 3. The trilogy is wrapped up in Storm in the Canyon when three powerful women of different generations will be matched with three powerful men, all with their own secrets, their own destinies.
Diablo Canyon has been drawing power to itself through natural events, which are now being used by timeless beings with a desire to retake power.

$3.99 (Kindle Edition Edition Only)

5.0 stars with 6 reviews!

This is a steamy romance, and contains explicit sex scenes.

Garden City, Kansas, 1888.

Unlucky in love, the Spencer sisters Allison and Rebecca have resigned themselves to a spinster lifestyle, replacing their thwarted romances with work, family and friends. But Cupid isn’t finished with them, and new chances for love are right around the corner.

However, danger also lies in wait for the sisters. A band of murderous train robbers has threatened deadly vengeance on the whole town, and a more personal threat stalks one of the sisters, intent on her destruction.

When promises fail and danger looms, can love protect the sisters from the forces that seek to harm them?

$2.99 (Kindle Edition)
$10.99 (Paperback)



3.9 stars with 1366 reviews!

First comes the red rain: a strange, scarlet downpour from a cloudless sky that spreads across cities, nations, and the entire globe. In a matter of panicked hours, every living thing on earth succumbs to swift, bloody death. Yet Emily Baxter, a young newspaper reporter, is mysteriously spared—and now she’s all alone.

But watching the happy life she built for herself in New York City slip away in the wake of a monstrous, inexplicable plague is just the beginning of Emily’s waking nightmare. The world isn’t ending; it’s only changing. And the race that once ruled the earth has now become raw material for use by a new form of life never before seen…on this planet.

With only wits, weapons, and a bicycle, Emily must undertake a grueling journey across a country that’s turning increasingly alien. For though she fears she’s been left to inherit the earth, the truth is far more terrifying than a lifetime of solitude.

$3.99 (Amazon’s Kindle Edition)
$14.95 (Paperback)

Science Fiction

4.0 stars with 5 reviews!

Jack Munroe grew up in the Asteroid Belt and learned to never take anything at face value. In space, you assume, you die.

So when Aliens show up in the distant Kuiper Belt, out beyond Pluto, asking for a First Contact ‘chat’ with his crewmates on the comet hunting spaceship Uhuru, he warns his captain not to trust words but to get the heck away.

His evolutionary biology studies have taught him that bright skin colors, shark-like teeth and talons mean these Aliens are star-traveling predators! But that violates the ‘feel good’ society promoted by Earth’s Unity government.

A bloody fight ensues and Jack realizes these Aliens are keystone predators aiming to add Sol system to their home territory. Jack leads a battle to ensure Humans will never be slaves to Aliens. If someone has to die to make space safe for humanity, then those dying will be Aliens!

$0.99 (Kindle Edition)
$7.99 (Paperback)

This week’s recommendations December 5th, 2014

Zombierrific Weekend!

3.9 stars with 146 reviews!

Voyage of the Dead is the first book of the Sovereign Spirit Saga about survivors of the Zombie Apocalypse. Most of them are aboard a ship that is well equipped to survive the end of civilization, while others struggle to survive in a world suddenly overrun by undead cannibals.

This is an apocalyptic adventure set within a horror genre, full of blood, guts, violence and the human emotions that fuel our survival instincts. While some scenes include graphic violence, it is intended to be more exciting than disgusting and more about using your brains than eating them.

Welcome Aboard and Bon Voyage!

Book length is 100,000 words. This is the edited and revised edition. The sequels, “Flotilla of the Dead” and “Deluge of the Dead” are also available on Amazon.

FREE! (Kindle Edition)

$10.99 (Paperback)

Sorry, no rating yet!

A New ‘enhanced’ zombie survival guide, teaching you to survive the apocalypse/holocaust AS A ZOMBIE!
This new enhanced version of The Zombie Bible goes “all the way”, in more ways than one.
Some original themes have been updated, and this longer version includes a whole new section “The Zombie Safe Sex Guide: Dating and Mating in a Post-Apocalyptic World”
With little point in making preparations to survive as the gun-toting human (the odds are against you), we explore the best way to survive the Zombie apocalypse… AS A ZOMBIE!
Why not prepare to survive as one of the 99%, the new shuffling shape of things to come.
A humorous and entertaining read, with many pointers for the new age.
Includes new chapters; “The Zombie Safe Sex Guide: Dating and Mating in the Post-Apocalyptic World.”

$2.99 (Kindle Edition Only)

4.3 stars with 17 reviews!

Three Short Zombie Tales:

Aftermath: Meet Danny Cargill; he’s about to discover if humans are worse than zombies…

Zombie Cab: A creepy yet humorous story about a cabbie and his unexpected ride…

When Zombies Roamed Venezuela: A humorous take on your typical, everyday zombie outbreak tale.

$0.99 (Kindle Edition Only)


4.6 stars with 109 reviews!

When no one or nowhere is safe, where do you go to escape the monsters?

In a few short days, 37 year old Emma Rossi’s hard work will finally pay off. She will don her cap and gown and graduate with a degree in nursing, but not before she loses her first patient and is confronted with a new reality. In Cape Coral, Florida, a storm approaches. The dead are coming back to life.

And they’re hungry.

Infection ravages the Eastern Seaboard with alarming speed while attempts to contain the spread of infection fail. Within days, a small pocket of panicked survivors are all that remain of civilization. Fighting to survive the zombie apocalypse alongside her husband Jake and their dog Daphne, Emma comes face-to-face with her worst nightmare

$5.99 (Amazon’s Kindle Edition Only)
$16.99 (Paperback)

5.0 stars with 1 reviews!

The Amazon Jungle.

Early explorers called it the Green Hell, and for good reason. Consisting of more than a billion acres of untamed wilderness, the Amazon is a place of fragile beauty… and unspeakable danger.

When Ben Sawyer and his friends embark on an adventure tour in a remote section of the jungle, they plan on having the trip of a lifetime. But when their riverboat captain is murdered, leaving them stranded, their dream vacation rapidly tailspins into a nightmarish battle for survival.

Something sinister has been watching them, stalking them under cover of darkness.

Something that will not allow them to leave the jungle alive…

$0.99 (Kindle Edition Only)

3.9 stars with 37 reviews!

Sixteen year old Abigail Mitchell wasn’t prepared the day the zombie apocalypse began. Neither was anyone else. But then again, who would be?

While visiting her estranged father over four hundred miles away from her home in Pineville, Kentucky, Abby learns that the dead are resurrecting and attacking the living. Hell bent to get home to her mother and boyfriend Conner, Abby is forced to make the journey home alone with her six year old sister Ava in tow.

Zombies are everywhere. Marauders are taking what they want and killing whomever gets in their way. And Abby fears she may never make it home again.

0.99 (Kindle Edition)

$11.99 (Paperback)

This week’s recommendations November 29th, 2014

Important Notice!

Starting next week, we’ll run our first genre-specific round up!

Yep, an entire weekend dedicated to just a single genre… this is a feature that we hope you’ll enjoy, as we’re testing to see how well it is received by our ever growing audience!

Next week, we’ll feature five great books, all by indie writers who dabble in the zombie genre.

Does “Zombierrific Weekend” sound too pretentious? Stay tuned!

Thrillers & Mystery

4.3 stars with 17 reviews!

Tom is an accomplished journalist and lead features writer at Global Weekly’s London office. He’s an unhappily married workaholic seeking to advance his career.

Sally is single, ambitious and independent. Visiting from Australia, she’s chasing the same story.

Each is eager to research alleged wrongdoings at Royal National Bank, exposed by a series of whistleblower revelations. RNB is one of the largest and strongest financial institutions in the world, or it was. There have been several incidents within a period of weeks. The effect has rocked the bank to its core, causing its share price to tumble and world stock markets to ripple. International economic stability is at risk.

Both Tom and Sally suspect something or someone must be behind it. It couldn’t just be coincidence. They think it inconceivable for such rapid decline to result from merely incompetence and a series of blunders. It must be sabotage. Yet the timing and diversity of location make it improbable. Has someone been powerful and ingenious enough to mastermind such demise? If so who, and why?

2.99 (Kindle Edition)

$12.99 (Paperback)

Short Stories

5.0 stars with 1 review!

These five short stories encapsulate a variety of musings from the last two decades, including alien cultures, human relationships, a world without darkness, and genocide. The collection includes pen and ink illustrations of the author’s own creation.

Take a journey through the window of imagination, into the possible realms of alien worlds, a kingdom that knows only light, and the annihilation of an entire species. These stories will satisfy your craving for adventure and thought-provoking fiction.
$2.99 (Kindle Edition)

$9.99 (Paperback)


4.3 stars with 32 reviews!

Mia Balducci misses her childhood days and yearns for the big, Italian family that she left behind in small town Massachusetts. At the tender age of sixteen, Mia moves with her bachelor father to Los Angeles, but no matter how many years pass, it never becomes home to her.The years spent living with her father aren’t easy, especially since she can’t stop thinking about what she once had. Her enrollment in the University of Southern California promises to bring exciting changes to her life, but Mia winds up with big problems instead. When she runs into an old friend from her old hometown of Winthrop, she gets swept up in nostalgia, and she soon loses herself in a quickly-progressing romance.

When the fantasy falls apart, she is left to raise her precious little girl, Lucia, on her own. The demands of Mia’s work schedule and Lucia’s needs increase, and their lives become increasingly hectic. It is soon clear to Mia that she needs help. Luckily, her life-saving cousin saves the day and brings the mother and daughter a male nanny – their new “manny.”

$6.99 (Kindle Edition)
$16.99 (Paperback)

Contemporary Fiction

4.8 stars with 20 reviews!

Carol White’s Sitting Pretty is more than just a collection of stories; it is an experience. In each story, the reader steps into the life of a character with a unique and vastly different perspective than the others in this collection. The organization of these stories (Rural Stories, Hers, His, Extras, End Story, and Bonus Novella) allows the reader to savor the book from beginning to end or choose which section they want to dive into. Comprised of twenty short stories and one novella, Sitting Pretty has a story for everyone-expect to be delighted, frightened, enlightened, and surprised.

From rural areas of the country to Park Avenue and Boca Raton, Carol White’s Sitting Pretty includes stories of romance, mystery, suspense, friendship, betrayal, family, food, and fantasy. Open this book to any section you choose and when you eventually put it down, you’ll feel so close to these characters that you’ll believe that you know them.

$0.99 (Amazon’s Kindle Edition)
$14.99 (Paperback)

Dark Fantasy

4.3 stars with 17 reviews!

One day your three cats disappear, the next day, your girlfriend. And you think something that’s living in your basement killed them. You’ve seen it before, out of the corner of your eye, but told yourself it was one of the cats. Now, you disappear.

At a gruesome murder scene, Detective Carter and Sergeant Alvarez must uncover the truth of how the victim actually died. What they discover is evidence of an unknown creature. Do they dare go into the basement to confront it?

$2.99 (Kindle Edition Only)

This week’s recommendations November 22th, 2014

Historical Romance

4.4 stars with 16 reviews!

Garden City, Kansas, 1888.

A small Western town receives an early Christmas present; a new pastor for the church. He’s young, handsome, and single. But to church organist Kristina Heitschmidt, Reverend Cody Williams is nothing but trouble. Especially as his first move is to attempt to take control of the music away from her. But Kristina is not about to give up her life’s work.

With Christmas fast approaching, it appears the two are at a stalemate. That is, until a sudden blizzard traps them together in the church overnight. Forced at last to deal with each other, they realize that the explosive feelings between them are really symptoms of an overwhelming passion that just might, if they can finally be honest, lead to the love of a lifetime.  This is a steamy romance, and contains explicit sex scenes.

$2.99 (Kindle Edition)

$10.99 (Paperback)

Contemporary Romance

4.1 stars with 9 reviews!

When Juliet Foster discovered she was pregnant, she did what she thought was best and ran to her sister’s in California, leaving behind the man she loved.

Now five years later, Chris is pushed back into her life and that of their son. He is still everything she ever wanted, but can she get over her fears to make a life with Chris or will she run again?


$1.99 (Kindle Edition)

$10.99 (Paperback)

Humor & Satire

4.3 stars with 3 reviews!

This tale is about an attempted coup d’etat in an imaginary African country that just gained independence.

One ethnic group feels marginalized and plots to secede from the country. Their leader who happens to be a young university don, finds out that two of his colleagues have discovered a way of making tough substances from the shells of crabs. He plans as part of his preparations for his coup to build a chitin tank.

He kidnaps both of them and brings them to an abandoned Island in the Atlantic ocean called Cocoa Island. A strange, veiled priest who unknown to anybody else, is a top minister in government happens to aid the rebels. Everything ends explosively on Cocoa Island

$9.95 (Paperback Only)


Dark Fantasy

5.0 stars with 2 reviews!

I had just Gotten Out after a 6yr Stretch,
For an Armed Robbery Gone Bad,
Really Bad.
Fell In with the Carnie Crowd,
Started working with Them through the
Half Way House.
We use to Joke,
Half Way to Hell.
Like Most Jokes Cons make It’s not really a
Where Men Prey upon Men
& Life Is Valued In Snack Cakes
& Cigarettes.
What Would you Call It.

$0.99 (Amazon’s Kindle Edition Only)

4.3 stars with 3 reviews!

It started out as a simple drive down a country road.Oh sure, Hillman was thinking about suicide.

Oh sure, the dead woman is in his back seat was goading him on.

What was the point?

Why bother living?

Who am I?

Turns out Coyote has something to say about that.

Coyote…and a Troll.

$2.99 (Kindle Edition Only)

This week’s recommendations November 15th, 2014


4.7 stars with 3 reviews! (This book has even better reviews on the Amazon.uk website!)

Skullenia seems to be the last place that would need a detective agency. At least that is what Ollie thinks, until Count Jocular commissions him to help resolve a series of unexplained disappearances occurring within his realm.

Ollie is a half-vampire who, following his uncle’s death, inherits a detective agency in the undead town of Skullenia. He also inherits his uncle’s staff: a zombie who can barely hold himself together (in more ways than one), a reanimate the size of a phonebox with an IQ to match, a mad professor, and their chain smoking friend Ronnie who has the ability to make himself invisible.

Has Ollie bitten off more than he can chew? With the help of his motley crew and some quite frankly ridiculous characters, Ollie attempts to solve this perplexing mystery.

$0.99 (Kindle Edition)

$10.99 (Paperback)

Paranormal Romance

4.6 stars with 14 reviews!

Charlotte Duncan has relocated to the small town of Puckhaber Falls with only one goal in mind – to end her life after a devastating tragedy in her past.
The friendly nature of local residents, along with an accidental meeting with a mysterious stranger, give Charlotte reason to pause and reconsider the path she has chosen.
She finds herself drawn to Lucas Tine – the man is an enigma and Charlotte has difficulty understanding why she is so enamored of him. What is it about him that she finds so hard to ignore?
As time passes, Charlotte discovers Lucas’s background – and in turn, reveals some hidden secrets of her own…
The Nememiah Chronicles – Knowledge Revealed is the first book of The Nememiah Chronicles Series by D.S. Williams.

$3.99 (Kindle Edition)

$14.99 (Paperback)


4.8 stars with 18 reviews!

A Heartbreaking Struggle…

Two strangers are thrown together through insurmountable tragedy.

Since his family disintegrated a decade ago, Jake has kept his heart safely ensconced within the protective walls he’s erected. Determined to live out his life alone and free of the burden of love,Jake’s world is turned upside down when the grief of a woman he hardly knows calls him to step out of his comfort zone. Once Marnie enters the picture, he tries not to notice how broken, how pitiful…and how beautiful she is. Jake is torn between doing the right thing for himself….and doing the right thing.

Devastated by loss after loss, Marnie is left a shell of her former self. After losing her home in a fire and numbed by yet another heartbreaking tragedy, she is unable to communicate or even function on her own. Marnie finds she must place her trust in a quirky stranger and his three-legged dog. Desperate to reach out to the only stability in her life – Jake – but paralyzed by pain, she struggles to pick up the shattered pieces of hope. Marnie wonders if she will ever learn to live – or love – again.

One year. One apartment. Two strangers, each wrapped in their own personal turmoil.

Can Jake and Marnie overcome the obstacles before them and find love despite the odds?

$0.99 (Kindle Edition)

$10.99 (Paperback)

4.9 stars with 8 reviews!

Shae Martin has been called up for duty, guardian duty. When her dad and stepmother are killed in a car accident, Shae is called up as guardian of her 15-year-old sister, Sadie. It wasn’t that long ago that Shae, herself, was a teenager; but you’d think, based on her current relations with Sadie, that it had been a millennia Shae struggles to balance being a “pseudo-mama” to a teenager, back to living in a small town, in her estranged father’s home, with dating and career and her sanity. Sadie’s assistant principal, Adam MacCallum, is entirely too delectable for Shae to pass up on, whether or not Sadie approves; and Sadie’s bad-boy, Cash, is the thorn in Shae’s side that just won’t go away. So the question is, can these women navigate the many facets of love in their lives, and resolve to settle their futures without killing/maiming/deleting, or becoming each other’s worst enemies in the process?

$2.99 (Kindle Edition)

$18.95 (Paperback)


5.0 stars with 5 reviews!

The moon’s phases have always been known for their effect on people. George Johnson knows this all too well. Now he has to ask his friend Jake to help him get through the full moon phase and whatever comes with it.

This book is more than just a horror novel it is a story within a story as the reader gets to hear story’s from the creative writing teacher and his students. It is also about having a friend that will cover you no matter what, a rare commodity. One that should always be treasured. Yes, there is horror too, this is a must have novel for readers who loved mixed genres.

This is P.S. Winn’s 17th book. P.S. writes supernatural, suspense, mystery and also kids books, feeling a good book spans all ages. P.S. Winn feels readers make the books were their vivid imaginations and wishes to thank all of them.

$2.99 (Amazon’s Kindle Edition)

$8.99 (Paperback)

This week’s recommendations November 8th, 2014


4.3 stars with 3 reviews!

This Road Darkens is a collection of five short stories. This compilation includes four short stories that were published separately and can be downloaded apart from one another: The Interview, Story Night, Thief and Lift After.

This is the tale of a trucker, Roy Roberts, who believes he’s seen it all. He finds out how truly wrong he is when he’s sidetracked by a wild fire and drives down the wrong road. The path gets worse and worse as he comes face to face with true evil.

Word count: 20,320 words
$0.99 (Kindle Edition)
$4.99 (Paperback)

4.4 stars with 8 reviews!

At five years old, John Andrews’ life is changed forever by a fistfight in a vacant lot. Twelve years later, fleeing a haunted past, he and his mother abandon post-war Newcastle for the hope of a better life in Cornwall—in the village.

Life in the village seems like a dream; John meets his first love. But the dream becomes a nightmare as his joy is overshadowed by terrors. A cascade of unexplainable events leaves him struggling to save what remains of his family, his love, and his sanity—not to mention his life—as the Village of Lost Souls hungers for more.

“Sam Kates’ writing style is elegant and deft, and his way with words is superbly meticulous. He paints a picture for the reader of color and space and emotion, but uses a light brush so that no two readers will see quite the same thing: he doesn’t overburden the reader with description but leaves just enough, and just the right things, to the imagination. Kates has written some of the most powerful scenes anyone has put on paper, yet his writing is smooth, effortless, and supremely comfortable.”

—Adam Byrn Tritt, author of the award-winning sci-fi short story “Ezekiel’s Wheel”

$2.99 (Kindle Edition)
$9.86 (Paperback)


4.2 stars with 266 reviews!

The book that started it all. Welcome to the magical kingdom of Lentari!

Dragons, griffins, and BNPs (Bugs of Nightmarish Proportions). Never in their wildest dreams could they have imagined what was in store for them!

After learning they had inherited an enormous mansion and a huge tract of land from a reclusive set of relatives, Steve and Sarah Miller decide to take a few days off to investigate their new-found fortune in the quiet northern Idaho resort town of Coeur d’Alene.

While taking inventory of the vast manor, they discover a unique set of doors on the top floor of their new home. Believing them to be an ornate decoration, the doors are accidentally activated. Staring at the impossible sight of a lush forest through the activated portal, they are presented with a tantalizing decision: check out the impossible or check in to a funny farm. Curiosity getting the better of them, they step through and both are instantly sent on a one-way journey to a land straight out of the fairy tales!

Realizing they were now stranded on a world populated with creatures that should only exist in their imagination, they enlist the aid of the local king and queen. Their troubles continue to escalate, however, as it is revealed their arrival had long been foretold by an ancient local prophecy which bestows upon them the status of Royal Bodyguards to the young crown prince.

Stuck on a foreign world where mythical creatures abound, trying to avoid being attacked by griffins, and hoping to impress a living, breathing dragon, the newly appointed babysitters must find a way to return home soon before harm could befall the young prince.

Some days it didn’t pay to get out of bed.

Free (Kindle Edition)
$12.99 (Paperback)

Short Stories

4.7 stars with 13 reviews!

Twelve interconnected short stories about the life of J.T. Glass, a Los Angeles security guard with an uncanny knack for finding trouble and falling in love–often at the same time.In many of the stories, J.T. is challenged with moral decisions that walk the fine line between humor and tragedy. Some of the stories address J.T.’s childhood, while others deal with his utter misunderstanding of women and his relationships with them.This special edition also includes the first chapter of The Brubury Tales, where the story of J.T. Glass continues in this adaptation of Chaucer’s classic Canterbury Tales set in Los Angeles just after the 1992 riots.

$0.99 (Amazon’s Kindle Edition)

Science Fiction

4.5 stars with 595 reviews!

EMPIRE is the coming-of-age story of Reza Gard, a young boy of the Human Confederation who is swept up in the century-long war with the alien Kreelan Empire. Nightmarish female warriors with blue skin, fangs, and razor sharp talons, the Kreelans have technology that is millennia beyond that of the Confederation, yet they seek out close combat with sword and claw, fighting and dying to honor their god-like Empress.

Captured and enslaved, Reza must live like his enemies in a grand experiment to see if humans have souls, and if one may be the key to unlocking an ages old curse upon the Kreelan race. Enduring the brutal conditions of Kreelan life, Reza and a young warrior named Esah-Zhurah find themselves bound together by fate and a prophecy foretold millennia before they were born.

Free (Kindle Edition)
$11.95 (Paperback)