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This is the first trilogy that I wrote, and perhaps less polished than more recent writing, but… it’s where everything began. Please note that this is a somewhat dark series, at least to start with.
Ancient Dreams is primarily a trilogy involving Sistina, a genius loci (or dungeon) who gets involved in a war between the fell kingdom of Kelvanis and its attempts to conquer and magically enslave the inhabitants of the elven kingdoms of Sifaren and Yisara.
- Ancient Ruins (Book 1)
- Spells of Old (Book 2)
- Halls of Power (Book 3)
- Ancient Dreams Omnibus Edition
- Marin’s Codex (Prequel/Stand-Alone)
This series will be following Lilith Carpenter, a character in my Stars & Shadows superhero universe. It’s primarily a lesbian romance with a bit of slice of life, and lots of other plot elements in the background. I’m curious to see what people make of it.
Through the Fire
This is the story of Ruethwyn Sylaris, a young elven mage from a small village. When her home is destroyed along with her family, her teacher is killed, and the handful of survivors are kidnapped by the dragon Resvarygrath, including the girl Ruethwyn loved, she’s left for dead. This is her quest to restore her body and rescue Anara, as well as for Ruethwyn to find the confidence and friends she needs to succeed.
Mantles of Power
In a world where their gods walk the earth, and there are direct portals from the mortal world to the heavens and hells, the angel Isalla was betrayed and stripped of her wings. From the demoness Kanae she learns that not all demons are bad, and only with the assistance of the hells can she hope to stop the apocalyptic schemes of those who betrayed her.
The Beesong Chronicles
This is a GameLit story, with very light mechanics on the whole. When one of the gods wins a game of divine poker, the apis are created from giant bees, and the world will never be the same. Much more lighthearted than most of my series (at first, anyway!), the apis who becomes known as Joy struggles to find her place in a world much larger than she ever could have imagined.
- Sting & Song (Book 1)