Author has written 11 stories for Mythology, Action, and Supernatural.
"Aim High in Life, but Watch out for Flying Boxes."
I have a blog now.where I review my extensive collection of Arthurian retellings.
The Heart of Camelot (Complete)
The Pendragon Prophecy states that it is the duty of the Cornerstone of Camelot to build the High Kingdom of Britain, the Sword's to defend it and the Heart's to glorify. Prince Mordred Pendragon cares little for fate or prophecy. Not while the Deceiver intends to destroy the Pendragon bloodline, the oldest daughter of Gorlois strives for vengeance and the Saxons battle for land. Mordred and the leaders of the Fifth Command defend against them all, for the glory of Camelot.
I started The Heart of Camelot in February of 2005. I had been playing with ideas for an Arthurian retelling focusing on Mordred for quite some time and had started a couple stories/ written a couple of scenes (some of which even made it into Heart, like the prologue and parts of chapter six). I didn't have a plan when I put pen to paper and wrote out Jenal's first line. And I'm pretty sure that shows. This story is a rough draft five years in the making and it shows. The plot isn't as tight as it should be and plot points and characterizations from early in the book are often dropped later as I grew and realized how silly they were. If you can survive the first half of the story, though, I think you'll find a very enjoyable Arthurian retelling with well-written characters who are easy to empathize with.
Cat's-Eye Private Investigators
Cat's-Eye Private Investigators -- After years of working as a sidekick, Catalina Sans-Presance and her superhero alter ego, the Bengal, move to Atlanta to fight against a crime lord known as the White Serpent. (Complete)
Cat's-Eye PI: Remnant -- Gregory returns as the Speaker sends his four top assassins to Atlanta to deal with the Cat's-Eye team. When even the Shadow Walker's help proves not enough, Cat takes an experimental drug that has some terrible consequences. (Complete)
Cat's-Eye PI: European League of Heroes -- Following the events of Remnant, the Cat’s-Eye team are celebrated as heroes for saving Atlanta. Then the White Serpent escapes and a super villain from Gregory’s past tracks him down, leading to a deadly alliance between crime lord and serial killer. (Complete)
Cat's-Eye PI: Beacon -- 14 children have been kidnapped in the past three weeks, and the Cat's-Eye Team is on the case. Their investigation leads them closer to discovering why the Speaker kidnapped Gregory, and finding Sade. (Complete)
Cat's-Eye PI: Wraith, Bengal, Persian -- A year ago Cat Sans-Presance moved to Atlanta and became a leader of a team of superheroes. She's faced off against crime lords, serial killers and the supernatural. Now she faces her greatest challenge- her possible future as a supervillain. (Complete)
I started the first Cat's-Eye book on November 1st 2006 and it was the first time I had participated in National Novel Writing Month. It is a Superhero story about a team of powered and non-powered individuals (because I can't write a story with just one hero).
Tepes Legacy: Zach's First Day: Detective Zach White wanted to get through his new assignment as paranormal investigator with minimal contact with crazy people. But his consultant keeps insisting she's a vampire, their vic is a werewolf & their perp is a dumb as bricks vampire hunter. (Complete)
About a year ago I was talking with SamoaPhoenix and another friend about the rash of vampire/paranormal romance novels and made the complaint that the vampire is always male and the human is always female. I'm also not much of a fan of the vampire/human romance, so I decided to write a paranomal crime series with the female as the vampire and the male as the human with no romance. I'm really looking forward to the world building with this one along with the challenge of showing the world as the vampires see them.
Chronicles of an Evil Overlord:
I share another account with SamoaPhoenix under the penname Storyteller Phoenix. Right now, the only the first chapter of our joint project, Chronicles of an Evil Overlord is posted there. We finished it in October 2008 and prompty pulled it down. Right now we are working on edits in hopes of publishing it in the near future. The first few chapters of the sequel, Chronicles of a Comic Relief is also up there along with a ten minute play that has nothing to do with Overlord but we worked on together.
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