Author has written 31 stories for Fantasy, Fantasy, Essay, Sci-Fi, Biography, General, Religion, Supernatural, Humor, General, and Life.
So, for those of you who don't know, this is how my main series works:
What if Dragons are Real? - Original story
When in Rome, Shun Rome - Parallel story taking place in the same world in the same timeframe, but this one is on the west coast instead of east coast of the US. There is some interaction between this and the aforementioned story (namely some character swapping), but don't worry, I believe I labeled everything in both stories with warnings about what chapters come first if you care about such things.
An Oracle's Date for New Years - Completed, sequel to What if Dragons are Real? This book, pretty much, wraps up all the extra plot bits I left hanging when I ended Dragons even though it's set in Seattle written from a completely different POV (that changes a few times, actually).
Well, except the bits that point toward the book I'll write sometime in the future set in, what, 2024 or something silly? Connie and Matt's son, Brinorr, is going to be the POV for that one, I just need to take some time off to rethink it and recuperate from writing this one for so long, since, well, you know, my original plans for the series kinda went out the window a long time ago, but I haven't had time to get this book up to par with what really did end up happening.
Dragons and Oracles: 21 Years Later - The name isn't great, but I figured I'd go with the obvious on this one so no one could miss it, since it's been freaking forever since I last posted anything in this series. As the title suggests, this book takes place 21 years after the events of What if Dragons Are Real? and covers some of the things you're all probably wondering about some of your favorite characters and what they're up to now, as well as, hopefully, tying up all other loose ends from the series. Granted, I thought that was going to happen before, but at this stage I'm pretty much planning on this one being the last in the series.
This book is entirely told from the POV of Brinorr Evans, Talnorr and Connie's son, who is about two-ish weeks from his eighteenth birthday.
And for those of you who don't pick up on it right away, yes, yes, I did give him Halloween for a birthday. :)