This is a story about raising a family – from their graves. Thun Timorium, a very young and naïve necromancer, only wanted to get his aunt back to the realm of the living. This resulted in the whole Timorium family rising from their graves, confused but excited. Thun and his undead family must find a way to be left alone from the judging and angered might of the magocracy, which has outlawed necromancy.
Humor and nonsense, flights of fantasy into other realms, fright, disgust and disappointment, silliness and wonderment, and the sadness of reality and heartache.
It’s all here, and more, in stories that may leave you a little Off Center in the Attic..
(A collection of shorts.)
In Wil’s Winter, the adventure continues five years later in a nowhere town in Texas. Wil’s trying to have a normal life, but nothing’s going as he thought it would. With Ingrid and Nikki’s recent marriage and the impending birth of their twins, the pressure to take that next step with Red is crushing him. It’s only a matter of time before the interference of the townfolk, his betrayal, and their past rips their relationship apart.
The Element of Freedom is a soulful poetry book about finding freedom, having pride in being black, and finding confidence. It is also about finding the self confidence and positive feelings about life and yourself. Element of Freedom is inspired by Dylan Thomas “ Go Gentle into the Night”, Madonna’s “Ray of Light” and Jean Rhys “Wide Sargasso Sea”.
The explosion is an ominous sign of things to come.
Honey and Sammus find that their ‘rough patch’ only gets worse and outside interference bring big changes they never expected.
Bo finds himself confused and unable to get over what he did to Evvie. His mental stability spirals out of control as he attempts to fulfill his sister’s revenge.
San and Jelia’s situation has finally gotten the attention they were trying to avoid. Jet is forced to intercede and his decisions put Jelia in danger.
Kiet and Alain find all their hard work wasted as a horrific accident brings about results they didn’t foresee.
Things are coming to a violent close in this final book! Is a happy ending even possible?
A bullet severed him from the public eye.
One man fights to right his previous life.
Gyone Irensho, an infamous contract killer who worked the bristling wilds of Crygor City, loses his life, only to be reanimated from his six-foot slumber. His benefactor harnesses an unspeakable evil at his whim, all in favor of his battle against the Shadows that he, himself, has learned to control.
As they say, fight fire with fire.
Upon being greeted with another contract, Gyone has a kneejerk change of heart, sets aside the offer and heads off with a festering guilt that had plagued his heart for years prior. And now, he begins his journey back home.To a stricken lover that may or may not be there waiting for his return.
An offer, as he would soon find out, that would haunt him forever.
Wonderlost: Book one
The usual rites of adulthood for Tirin’s twentieth birthday bring about more than her uncommon magykal ability. A secret that forces a cursed elf to face his nightmares, a prince to face his daemons, and a father to face his past. Will Tirin survive all the revelations?
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Young sleuth Milton Lessing is sent to Cyprus to find the killer of his firm’s local manager, the manager’s uncle, and a precious stolen icon. Milton is no ordinary hero of crime stories. He is shorter than average, bespectacled, a scholar of human nature and criminology, but, as the son of a cop, he can handle himself. He combines high intelligence with moral probity and good taste, the rare combination of a true hero, which he will have to become before his ordeal is over.
Book two of the Mostly Human Series – Semi-Human
The wild adventure of Mostly Human continues in Semi-Human as Honey realizes her changes are affecting her partner, too! Emotions run high as she gets closer to Bo causing a reaction in Sammus she never expected. Bo’s growing affection for the little Human threatens his careful plans and drastic measures have to be taken.