Bridges and Burning…

What comes to mind when you see those two words together? If you think of someone kicking ass and naming names, no matter who is pissed off in the process, you’d probably be right – in most cases. None of that here,  though. First, the Bridges: We just released a new Bridge Book in the Archangels Creed series: Dark Keeping finds Tyler, a human introduced in Summon Lyght, in the Dark Grondaia with demons fighting for the right to eat his soul. A Keeper of Darkness can save him with a sacrifice that will rock his existence and unleash more havoc on the Archangels’ mission. The Archangels Creed Bridge Books, or Supplemental Series, are unlike those of many series. These stories are integral to the main plot and reveal character motives and plot twists not shown elsewhere. They’re also a chance to get to know the characters better and find out more … Continue reading

Massive Makeover!

If you’re one of the thousands… Okay, TWO! Alright? Satisfied? If you’re one of the TWO whole people who pay attention to this site regularly, you might have noticed a few changes, and there’ll be a lot more in the near future! First of all, I changed the layout of the Home Page here on my site, along with some of the content. Go check it out and let me know what you think! The blog is way past due to be revamped, including the sadly outdated sidebar.  And, no more huge chunks of time with nothing here but crickets! In other words, back to some semblance of a blogging schedule. I’m going to add a couple of new pages to the site and possibly take a couple down to eliminate redundancy. Hell, I might even use a couple of the cool plugins I’ve found. But the biggest change will be… … Continue reading

Are You a Gambler? Then Ante Up

The newest release in the Archangels Creed series just hit Amazon! Just when you thought this phenomenal series couldn’t possibly have any more surprises, our supplemental series, Puzzle Pieces, continues with  Ante Up. And if anything, Ante Up is even more shocking than Wager. This time around, you get to meet Satan in all his unholy glory, plus get a first hand glimpse into the mind that conceived all the horrors opposing the Archangels in Summon Kassern, Summon Dorn and Summon Toren. Archangels Creed Book 3.3, Puzzle Pieces 2: Ante Up The work continues on pace at the Augusta Project lab, where Annie was created and went on her first killing spree. In Cutter Bailey’s absence, the demon Socerith has hired geneticist Dr. Samuel McBride to take the project into the next phase. So what if the scientist’s arm had to be twisted a little? Socerith’s pets always manage that task remarkably well. Impressing The … Continue reading

#CharacterBattle Is Over for the Archangels

But there are still great characters to vote for! Kassern finished the Semi-Final in 6th place out of 8 characters, all from New York/Traditionally published authors. He didn’t win his battle, but he did take nearly 1/3 of the vote – not too shabby for a guy from a couple of unknown Indie authors and a new series! We’ll announce winners of our contest Friday over at the Archangels Creed Blog. Right now, there’s a hilarious post up over there about dildos and chat! Go check it out! We’d like to give Iris, over at ParanormalCravings.com, a HUGE thanks! Despite some hiccups early on, she’s pulled together an amazing contest. I’m sure the Book Battle contest in December will be flawless! Aaannnddd, as a thank you to everyone who voted and worked their tails off to hustle votes, we’ve put the Archangels Creed Books 1, 2, 3 Box Set set up … Continue reading

Kicking Ass & Taking Names at #CharacterBattle!

Well, we will… Just as soon as YOU get over there and VOTE for KASSERN! Click the pic above to go vote! Scroll down, Kassern is 2nd on the Right, click his image! Kassern has advanced to the Semi-Final Round in the Battle of Characters at ParanormalCravings.com! Now we have to get him to the Pre-Final, and it WON’T be easy! His opponent is the formidable Jane Yellowrock from Faith Hunter’s Blood Trade series – definitely a worthy adversary. But a skinwalker against an Archangel with nearly infinite powers? Seriously? Not. A. Chance. GO VOTE NOW! We’re pulling out ALL THE STOPS to get this thing moving, but we can’t do it alone! We need every single one of you to help out and spread the word. Make threats: spouse – no sex until you vote Kassern, siblings – I’ll tell!, adult kids – embarrassing baby pics, coworkers – spit … Continue reading

Winners, Wagers & Heroes

Archangels Creed 3.1: Wager (Puzzle Piece 1) is FREE and the WINNER for the Hot & Deadly Heroes Blog Hop! First off: Today (6-28) and Tomorrow (6-29) get your FREE copy of Wager – The First Piece of the Archangels Creed Puzzle! Nearly twelve years before the beginning of the Archangels Creed Mission, in a small private laboratory somewhere in the United States, a genetic engineer finds success with the birth of an animal unlike any other. In his never-ending search for opportunities to exploit, Satan’s top Lieutenant, Socerith, learns of the animal and before long, finds a way to turn the entire operation to Satan’s benefit. Socerith’s plot unleashes an abomination on mankind in a horror unlike anything that’s gone before. Jason hates his dead-end job feeding animals and cleaning up shit, but it’s better than the other dead-end jobs in a dead-end town. Always looking for a way … Continue reading

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    I'm a Romance Author - mainly Paranormal, but nearly all with fairly graphic intimate scenes. Those scenes serve to further the development of my plots and characters and are not included haphazardly to sell books or arouse readers.

    I probably COULD tell the stories without the graphic parts, but I CHOOSE not to. I want to show the full scope of the developing relationship, and leaving out some of the most powerful and meaningful moments will deprive the reader of a measure of understanding and emotional reaction to the characters and their stories.

    Since I write books intended for adult readers, I often have material on my website that is entirely unsuitable for younger readers. If you're under 18, or if you're easily offended by open discussion of sexual situations with frank language, you might want to look the other direction.