I write all the time, and there are more books being produced in my mind every day. Occasionally, I'm given the opportunity to write them down for others to enjoy. Here are a few of the ones I've captured so far...
Detective Brennan is confronted with his past crimes while on the trail of a violent drug lord...
Cursed with the supernatural ability to know when others are lying to him, Arthur Brennan, homicide detective with Odols Police Department, sees deception everywhere he looks. Following a betrayal at the hands of fellow Sleepers several years ago, Brennan has left behind the life of a clandestine dream-stalking assassin and taken up a silver detective's badge. The eyeless corpse of a dead pharmacist sets Brennan on the hunt for a ruthless madman, one whose product is leaving its own mounting body count.
Brooding City is the first novel of a series that promises to grip readers of all genres. With fast-paced action and touching emotional moments blended seamlessly together, Brooding City delivers unrelenting entertainment and intrigue as it delves into the darkest corners of a city full of nightmarish boogeymen and children who still believe in destiny.
Death is here in Odols, and it’s coming for Detective Brennan…
Safe for now from the threat of Sleepers, Arthur Brennan finds a new hunter on his trail. A serial killer is on the loose, killing every two weeks like clockwork. The only thing the victims have in common: All have powers just like Brennan’s. Almost half a dozen bodies have dropped, and the Odols Police Department is still no closer to catching the murderer. With the case quickly becoming something the police can’t handle, Brennan must unite with old enemies and new friends if he is to beat the race against the killer’s deadline—or he is next.
Patient Darkness is the thrilling second installment in the Brooding City series. Promises are made and broken, and new alliances are forged through blood and brotherhood. With new powers, deadlier enemies, and blurred lines between friend and foe, the stakes have truly never been higher.
Screw, Marry, Kill
A game for young adults is brought into a whole new light when a group of immortal vampires choose to bed, wed, and behead a new victim every time they need to feed.
They tell you not to play with your food, though, and when Ezekiel develops romantic feelings for his prey, he worries that he may not be able to follow through on their ritual pact. And for a hungry vampire being watched closely by his secretive friends, failure is not an option.
Embark on a whole new series of short, enjoyable reads with Screw, Marry, Kill.
Day of the Fish-Zombies
The world is coming to an end. Can you survive through nightfall at the outset of the fish-zombie apocalypse?
In this ground-breaking new work of interactive fiction, YOU are in control of where the story leads. Forge new friendships or clash with other groups of survivors. Will you surround yourself with friends and family, or are you better off on your own? Can your fellow survivors help lift you up to safety, or will they only hold you back? To the glassy-eyed, scaly-armed, bloated-bellied fish-zombies, you are all equally edible—how your destiny is decided is up to YOU.
Immerse yourself in the only book that remembers your choices as you make them and shifts the details to match. With almost three dozen endings and over a hundred unique choices, Day of the Fish-Zombies promises more and more entertainment with each playthrough.
Dress for the job you want, they say, but Siobhan never wanted to be a fairy.
A costume party, a night out for once with friends. That’s all it was supposed to be, I swear.
Yeah, well, nobody told that to the witch who fudged everything up. Now I have fairy magic, my best friend is a Greek goddess, and we only have a few days to find everyone else who got changed at the party and reverse the spell that’s already caused one murder.
If I can keep the Coppers off my tail—I don’t have one of those yet, thank God—long enough to find my friends and stop a murderous new super, this might just yet not be the worst Halloween to date.