Into the Heart of Talis (Chronicles of Talis Prequel) Available: Read Chapter 1 Here

Into the Heart of Talis is out today! Sound the drums!  Witches and spies, magic and explosions! It is now available on Amazon, iBooks, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. Two hundred years have passed since the Witches were driven from Talis. Two hundred years of bitterness and exile, but at last their time has come. Leonora has... Continue Reading →

From the Desktop-Prequel Announcement

It's been awhile since my last blog post and I hope everyone's doing well. I can't believe it's already July. Where has 2016 gone? But now I have returned with an announcement! First off, for those (handful) of you who are waiting for the sequel to Irons in the Fire, I'm afraid that Book 2... Continue Reading →

“The Alchemist in the Attic” is Now Available

The Alchemist in the Attic is a historical mystery with occult undertones—a tale of rival newspapermen, murder, and alchemy in turn-of-the-century San Francisco. It is now available for a limited launch price of $0.99 on Amazon. Here is the Blurb and a Brief Excerpt: San Francisco 1899. As the city prepares to welcome the new century, a twisted killer enacts... Continue Reading →

Flash Fiction Friday: Concerning Gout of the Butterfly & Other Miscellaneous Maladies

II. …Monarch butterflies can, actually, suffer from gout. This is a scientifically proven fact, attested to by numerous highly regarded if more than usually eccentric scientists[1]. The first to successfully confront the pressing question of gout in butterflies was a German medical student, Hieronymus Hegelbert, in 17th Century Hamburg. Young Mr. Hegelbert was a promising... Continue Reading →

Writing Updates: “Cinder and Smoke” Is Now Available in Occult Detective Monster Hunter: A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests Vol. I

My story, Cinder and Smoke, has been published in A Grimoire of Eldritch Inquests: Occult Detective Monster Hunter. I consider "Cinder and Smoke" to be the best short story I've written yet. It's got mystery, vaguely Lovecraftian horror, a claustrophobic setting, Belle Epoque Paris, and, of course, an occult detective—M. de Ravenot, a gentleman from the Académie de la... Continue Reading →

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