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New Release! Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787

Released today, the first in a new fantasy anthology series from Skullgate Media. Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787 features my novelette, The Toymaker. Get your copy today to read about the former changeling, Sally O’Dea, and the tragedies that befall her as she tries to make her way in the human world. Click… Continue reading New Release! Chronicles of New Albion: Adventures in 1787

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Preorder – New Fantasy Anthology

I am thrilled to announce that I have a novelette in the new fantasy anthology from Skullgate Media. Set in the eighteenth century, The Toymaker is the story of Sally O’Dea, a former changeling. Her pet pigeon is cruelly killed when Sally refuses a suitor’s proposal, but as she lives in New Albion, death is… Continue reading Preorder – New Fantasy Anthology

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Where fantasy and horror meet

I love reading fantasy books, and I love reading horror books. I especially love when these two genres collide. However, I know not everyone enjoys both genres. I published my first fantasy book last November (The Mountains of Sorrow) and I plan to publish my next one in September. My monthly fantasy newsletter is full… Continue reading Where fantasy and horror meet

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New release: Hedgehogs

Your garden is their battleground. After a new pesticide turns hedgehogs into flesh hungry maniacs, Henry must seek the help of a fox, a cat and a mouse if he’s to survive the night of the living hogs.  A Romero x Animals of Farthing Wood mashup like you’ve never read before. Available now in ebook… Continue reading New release: Hedgehogs

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Original Fiction: Dead Jimmy and the Wine Cellar

It came as no surprise that millionaire wine merchant, Oscar O’Brien, lived in a mansion with floor to ceiling windows overlooking Castletown Bay, but I had no idea what Uncle Jimmy and I were doing in his spotless kitchen on a sunny Wednesday morning. “I’ve been robbed.” O’Brien reminded me of a lumberjack, with his… Continue reading Original Fiction: Dead Jimmy and the Wine Cellar