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The Fear of Moncroix

After a mission against the Royal Vampiric Court goes horribly wrong, all of the Waywards are slaughtered.

All except one.

Davion, the last surviving member, must consume potions to mask himself and hide amongst the very people who killed his brethren. After a decade of living this double-life, Davion has resigned himself to his new purgatory. But all will not remain calm for him or the Court.

An unknown swordsman arrives, and after killing several Royal Vampires, rumor spreads that he’s searching for anyone still belonging to The Wayward order.

Davion decides he must track down this mysterious swordsman. But will finding him bring freedom or his own demise.

In addition to the fantastic cover, artist Christian Angel illustrated several characters inside the book.


The Treasure of Lor-Rev

One discovery has unimaginable consequences…

While searching a deserted mountain range, an explorer locates a high-tech artifact he assumes is merely another interesting find.  It’s only one piece in a greater puzzle leading towards a device of ultimate power, the Diffusor-Sphere.  Suddenly, he’s thrown into a battle between an engineer who’s remade himself as a cybernetic demigod, and the one tasked with safeguarding humanity from him.  The only way out is recovering the Sphere first, but will he reach it in time?

The cover is beautifully illustrated by Emilis Januškevič.  Inside are several additional characters drawn by Emilis, as well as multiple cities wonderfully drawn by Sy Gardner.


The Assassin of Malcozé

My first novel, set in the Intercontinent of Malcozé, a kingdom where invention and industry comes from a form of alchemy known as Enchantment, and soldiers and mercenaries use a power referred to as Aura.


Malcozé has remained peaceful after the end of warring among their neighboring floating nations.  However, three people will be unwittingly united by a treacherous assassin and change the kingdom forever.

A tale of self-discovery and bravery which you'll race through to finish, and immediately wish to read again.

In addition to the incredible cover art, are several beautiful illustrations inside the book from Lithuanian artist Emilis Januškevič.

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