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This is a list of my published works. You can also find my blog at me new website. There you can find news about upcoming releases or the occasional perals of wisom. Please, peruse and enjoy! :-)

Misfit Prophets Beneath a Bankrupt Sky
Summary: Raymond Hollingsworth and Isaac Sorenson had it all. The golden sons of political rival families in 1930's New York, their futures were planned all the way to the White House. The family's bid to keep the two apart resulted in a terrifying mistake and a lifelong disability. Now they've found themselves in a new, more accepting family of assorted freaks and oddities in a traveling carnival. Hiding under assumed names, Raymond and Isaac pose as a brother team of oracles, forseeing the future for a dime a head. It wasn't the future they'd hoped for, but it seems to be working for long as no one discovers the secrets they're hiding.

Persephone Is Bleeding (Hungry Hearts: An Anthology of Erotic Horror)
Summary: It had been decades since Clay had seen the sky. He had spent all that time in Hell as Lucifer's pampered Pet, the latest in a long line of Persephones to infatuate the King of Hell. Then, one day, something comes to his bleeding tables that turns his world upside down, and helps him to remember that wondrous shade that might just save his sanity...or destroy it.

Summary: 1KRV5 - Icarus to his creator Mikkel - was DaVinci's ideal, with only one glaring difference. It was this deviation that was the root of the problem, the copper wings adorning Icarus' back the one weakness in Mikkel's most beautiful and beloved creation. It was as if the instinct to fly had been soldered into the wings, as if even the metallic structure of feather and sinew and bone knew what it had been modeled upon and ached to fulfill that promise. The wind called his name, but Icarus was unable to answer. This is the story of Icarus and his creator, two beings irrevocably drawn to what they are sure they can never have - the freedom of the open sky and the love of a mechanical creature.

Drawing Dead (Of Heaven and Hell: A Wayward Ink Publishing Anthology)
Summary: Devin had been in Hell a long, long time and has come out literally a changed man. Now a demon, he hunts for the one thing that can make him remember something of what it was to be human, however unfortunate that might be for his prey. He stumbles upon a man named James that tugs at those nearly extinguished memories and enters into a relationship that evolves into something more as Devin grooms his prey to his pleasure. Though Devin is a demon and James is merely human, who holds the power in their relationship is in question and, in the end, who holds the winning hand may surprise both partners.

Seeing Red (Bloodlines - Aurealis Award/Best Anthology 2015)
Summary: He dreamed in shades of blood. Always the same claret colors, and always the same woman. This is the story of a man who has been haunted by dreams of blood since a terrible accident in his youth. He finds comfort in these dreams and they direct the course of his life, and his death.

The Devil's Hand
This set is comprised of the previously published "Drawing Dead" and its new sequel "Ace in the Hole".
Summary for AitH: Months later, Devin is imprisoned and James remains reluctant to face him. Torn and conflicted, he’s still reeling from the experience of living at the side and in the bed of the man his family has spent several lifetimes hunting. James tries to find solace in the bosom of his family, but it leaves him dissatisfied and wanting, unable to fulfill the newly born cravings even he's not sure he understands. Finally forced to serve his stint as Devin's jailer, James returns to the place of Devin's imprisonment, only to find his confusion grow with every day he spends with Devin.
And Devin may not be entirely out of cards. Unbeknownst to the Goodman family, Devin’s influence extends far beyond the ten- by twelve-foot room in which he's confined. James comes to the realization that perhaps his great-grandfather's plan hadn't been for the family to save Devin after all, but instead to repay a debt owed—a soul for a soul.

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