Due to the closing of my book publisher, Samhain Publishing, my novels are temporarily unavailable. You may find used print copies on Amazon but there are no legal ecopies at the moment.

The fate of the Phoenix Institute books are up in the air and, by that, I mean it’s uncertain how they will be republished. But they will be republished, along with at least one new story in addition to the current ones.

The sequel to my steampunk detectives book, The Curse of the Brimstone Contract, is drafted and ready for editing. It would have been out this year, save for Samhain’s closing. However, I must have to have this manuscript edited and copy edited, and properly packaged, so it may be until next year on that.

The first books that will be self-pubished are revised editions of the three Seneca books, historical fantasies set in a world where the Roman Empire and Norselanders both colonized North America in 900 A.D. I have a target date of late fall/early winter for this trio.

Why the delay? It’s my first foray into self-publishing and I want to do it right. I’m also working on an original novel that may sell before then and, unfortunately, I can’t write 24/7. I only wish I could. 🙂 In the meantime, I’m leaving up the book descriptions, though taking away the links, and please sign up for my newsletter, as that’s where I’ll announce publication first!

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