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The Shadowlith - This one is awesome. I have to say this might be the most fun I've ever had writing a novel. Alster, the neglected son of a nobleman, knew he was destined for greatness. His namesake, Alistair the Fourth, was a legendary general hundreds of years ago in The First Conquest of the Shades, a war which tore Vecnos apart and left a writhing Rift between east and west, between the land of shadows and the land of light. Crippled, Alster sits in his family's estate day in and day out, until one morning when his tutor sends him into the estate's archive in search of an ancient relic, an heirloom from a bygone war. What Alster finds is not a simple knife, but a reason for being - a reason for existence. With Alistair the Fourth's famed weapon in hand, Alster sets out for Mournstead, the bloody capital of The Shadow King, in search of Alistair's grave - and vengeance.
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Summer 2017 / Fall 2017
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Seven Ancient Horrors - Kalos is a hero. A descendant of Heracles and Hermes, he knows exactly what he has to do: kill the seven monsters trapping his hometown in a terrible curse. Thankfully, two of the monsters are already dead. The longer the curse holds, the higher the death toll climbs. Can Kalos slay the final monsters? Will the small Greek town of Herak ever be free of wretched Echidna's curse?
I Am Only One - The sequel to For We Are Many. Fletcher Lee decides that vengeance is the order of the day. With the help of some old friends, he returns to Gehenna to kick some demon ass. Only one thing stands in his way: a subtle truth he has known all of his life but chosen to ignore....
The Minotaur King - A short novella (15k words) detailing the rise of Qul through the ranks of the minotaur clan living just west of Talonrend.
The Giant in Grey - The crazy (and sightly true) story of Hero von Borcke, a Prussian cavalry commander who served as the right hand of General J.E.B. Stewart in the Civil War. What if Stewart's infamous ride to Gettysburg wasn't delayed by Union troop movements and rough terrain? What if it was delayed by a dark family secret hidden in the depths of the von Borcke history? Something odd is going on in the hills of southern Pennsylvania - something the cavalry commander knows all too well. And this isn't the first time it's happened....