Cover Reveal: The Dragonmaster

Hello everyone! Today I’m happy to share the cover for the fifth Sword and the Flame novel, The Dragonmaster. It’ll be available for pre-order September 20 and released on November 1. And here it is… Blurb: When the Gods call, mortals answer. Reaching Solava Proper seemed like the end of their journey, but fate and the Gods have other plans for Gilliam and his friends. Old friendships are rekindled and strained as the friends are forced to find a way … Continue reading

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A friend requested a little preview of the work in progress that has been occupying my writing time, so I picked out a little section that I have written recently. This is from the upcoming, and yet unnamed, book 1.5 of the Armageddon Angels series. Initially it was intended to be a novella, a short book intending to fill the space between the  first and second book in the series, but it is looking more and more to be a … Continue reading

Book Review – The Sword and the Flame: The Lightwalker

The whispering sound of its voice resounded in Fleir’s ears. To listen to the words felt like a handful of razor claws were slicing through her mind. Steeling herself, she held back the pain to glare at the intruder. “You said you didn’t come here to fight. Then why are you here?” The Dark Fey’s gaze turned toward Nyanna then back to Fleir. “To complete my part of a bargain. Nothing more and nothing you need to be concerned about.” … Continue reading

Cover Reveal: The Winter Creek Hunter

Not too long ago I wrote a review for C. P. Bialois’s The Winter Creek Beast and now I am proud to present the cover for the latest book in the series, The Winter Creek Hunter. If you haven’t read the first one I know you’ll want to check it out because it is an affordable little read that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I look forward to reading this book and giving you my review. … Continue reading

Alyson Miers: What Is So Special About Vampires?

“A vampire, a fairy and a ghost all climb into an ambulance…” If life is a funny thing, death has a wicked sense of humor. President Miranda Hutchinson orchestrated the dissolution of the magical colony of Rezarta following its attempted secession, and three years after her death, no one has any idea that a ghost remains. Journalist Scanlon Ness exposed the relationship between vampires and organized crime, but he can’t protect himself from joining the ranks of the thirsty dead. … Continue reading