The Hunt

The Hunt

A DOUBLESIGHT Short Story| Fantasy | Kindle Worlds: Doublesight | View on Amazon

Sasha, a young wolf-clan member who has just shifted into wolf-form for the first time, is finally ready to participate in a caribou hunt. It has been weeks since the clan’s last kill. They’ve tracked the caribou for days, but the time for the final chase is not right, not yet. When hunger gets the better of her, Sasha starts the chase too early, and ends up jeopardizing the success of the hunt, her family, and the life of her only true friend.

 

Dead of Knight

Dead of Knight

ISBN-978-1620151563 | Fantasy | Booktrope Editions 2013 | View on Amazon

Gold Winner of the 2013 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award

King Orson and King Odell are power-stricken, grieving, and mad. As they wage war against a rebel army led by Elise des Eresther, it appears as though they’re merely in it for the glory. But their struggles are deeper and darker.

*This book was originally published by Booktrope Editions, which folded in June 2016. As of this time, only ebook copies are available. 

A Kingdom's Possession

A Kingdom's Possession

ISBN-78-1935961222 | Young Adult Fantasy | Booktrope Editions 2011 | View on Amazon

Finalist for the 2011 Foreword Magazine Book of the Year Award

A wayward prince, his twin brother, a mystical woman of fire, and an escaped slave band together, to free an outcast goddess - if they can elude a powerful rogue kingdom intent on their destruction.

*This book was originally published by Booktrope Editions, which folded in June 2016. As of this time, only ebook copies are available. 

Tell Don't Show

Tell Don't Show

How to Successfully Break the Rules of Fiction| ISBN-78-1515312581| Nonfiction: Craft of Writing | CreateSpace | View on Amazon 

Adapted from the popular writing class for writers! When writing with intention and purpose, novelists often break the rules that beginning writers are told to avoid. Tell Don’t Show: How to Successfully Break the Rules of Fiction was written to help those authors understand the rules so that they can successfully break them. The book has many examples of successful solutions that professional and award-winning authors have used to make their prose stronger without throwing the reader completely off the page.