Sensitives live, terrified, on the edge of survival in North America: mages want sensitives, but no one ever comes back to explain why. Mage society is based around owning a sensitive, who provides more power to use, as well as doing the housework and being available for transformation. But not all mages agree with the system, and not all sensitives are willing to just give up…
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So what happens if you feel like you belong nowhere… then find out you do belong somewhere… and that place should be impossible? There’s no such thing as magic or werewolves, especially only a few hundred miles north of Toronto, right? And what could be in Jesse’s missing past that would make him fit in there?
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For ten years, since she fled from the College where the magically gifted are taught, Kisea has been living on the run, concealing her unusual and frightening telepathic gift. Only her sorcerer ex-lover Matt knows, and has been looking for her. When his cousin is kidnapped, matters quickly grow even more complex.
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A human shaman and healer returns from several years with the mysterious shyani, accompanied by her shapeshifting puma best friend. A valued friend, from her previous identity as a male student physician, has acquired an old shyani book, and extremists will not tolerate its presence in human hands. But back in human lands, the question arises: which world does she belong in?
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Moonblood is not so much a coherent novel as a series of adventures in another world involving the same gradually-increasing group of semi-immortal characters, chosen by one of the five moons and gaining new strengths and vulnerabilities. While it does begin with at least a loose arc, where will it ultimately go? I have no idea.
Currently (June 2018), no new chapters are being added, but I do have plans for further adventures, so stay tuned! Current plans also include some revisions (hard to do with a web series and deadlines) and releasing the work so far in ebook format. I’m also releasing these (intermittently, time permitting) as audiobooks! Now you can listen while doing other things!
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Okay, right up front: this one is erotica. If you’re under 18 or you’re offended by that sort of thing, just skip this one. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea.
That said, there’s much more to it than sex. In fact, what started off as a way to distract myself on a bad day turned into a much more complex urban fantasy (involving a human woman who gets tangled up with some very powerful fae) that actually includes limited explicit sex as such. There’s more to “erotic” than squishy noises, after all, and I find erotica more powerful when it involves believable characters and what’s inside their heads and hearts as well as what their bodies do.
An erotic fantasy serial about power and self-exploration
We’re long past the original planned release date, due to discovering a couple of major issues requiring extensive reworking plus various household disruptions interfering. But it’s still coming, as of June 2018, I’m just hesitant to venture a date!
A dark urban fantasy novel
Note: Lamia does contain some “mature content” – I don’t believe the violence or sex are gratuitous, but they are there (along with various explorations of power, freedom, trust, love, gender, growth, and change). It is a DARK fantasy, after all. Call it a non-undead vampire novel with a few twists, if you like.
Christian’s family have a natural ability to manipulate energy and to see beings that are usually invisible or at least not perceived as they are. They aren’t, however, the only witches in the world or even in the area. When his Scottish-born mother wants to return to her family, and her husband and his father decide to go with her, Christian is left as guardian of the house and library that have belonged to their family for generations. Read More