02 August, 2014

Gin and Ambrosia Launched

As Aki, Blake, and Keisha begin their last semester at Axis University, they realize that they've had it easy so far. Soon they're going to have to face the real world, worrying about jobs before they can think about any coming war. Worst of all, some friendships can't last past college.
That's assuming they can survive to graduation, because everything they've done is coming back to haunt them. Old enemies like Tierdrial and Risa take the gloves off, Emile and Tiffanos drag them into new schemes, and Axis University moves its plan another step forward. There's going to be another bid to remake reality, this time not the kind that can be stopped by a bunch of lucky students.



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Author Notes
Though this book went through more revisions than average, in the end I'm pleased with it. This is the one I couldn't do without the foundation of the first four books, really putting all the pieces that have been set up into play.

17 June, 2014

Cubicle Quest reached 360%

That's right, counting donations from outside Kickstarter, it just rounds up to 360% of the goal I'd set for the project. I'm glad the idea resonated with so many people and I'll be working on polishing the game for them. 

Having said that, I won't be leaving behind my other projects. I finally have a cover for Gin and Ambrosia, so the fifth Dying War book will be coming out relatively soon. There are only a few more things to put in order, but I'd like to be able to give some of them my full attention. That will require finishing up some other projects. 

 Meanwhile, thanks to Cubicle Quest, I now have a forum. If anyone has questions about the series or any other reason they want to use a forum, it's available.

17 May, 2014

Cubicle Quest Kickstarter

And now for something completely different:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1017913658/cubicle-quest
Cubicle Quest is an RPG about how much work sucks and what you can do about it. If you like my dialogue or sense of plotting from my writing, you'll find a lot of it in this game. More details found at the link. It's just been launched on Kickstarter and I won't be mentioning it here very much since it's in the secondary project category right now.

13 May, 2014

Sorcery and Scholarships is now free!

The first novel in The Dying War is now available for free on Smashwords, making it even easier to start the series. If you like urban fantasy with genre-savvy characters, there's four books waiting for you with a fifth on the way.

Check out the reviews on Amazon and Goodreads for other people's perspectives and all the positive adjectives I couldn't bring myself to cram into this post.



Everyone wishes the ancient prophecy would go away. Pixies commute to work and sirens make mp3s of their songs, yet antique forces stubbornly persist. They want to bring about a war between Light and Darkness in an era when most people just want to cash in on the merchandising.

Aki is struggling to make ends meet and hopes her scholarship can at least earn her a better apartment. Blake refuses to believe he could be something so cliché as a Knight of Darkness. Keisha is pursuing a career in law when she's told she has no choice but to serve the forces of Light. All of them will be attending the same university, whether they like it or not.

It's hard to think about dark omens when there's a term paper due, much less a party that night. But they'd better relax while they can, because after college is only the real world, which is stranger and more dangerous than they could possibly imagine.

04 May, 2014

Next Several Months

Lots of things are up in the air, but you can expect the following over the coming months:
  • I'll be running a Kickstarter campaign for a game I've designed (mid-May).
  • Sorcery and Scholarships will be made free.
  • The Orphan's Family will be released (June?).
  • Gin and Ambrosia will finally be released (July?).
Sorry I can't give a clear timeline, but there are too many variables in the air.