Sure as Stone Out Now!

Alright guys! Sure as Stone is finally live on Amazon. You can buy the ebook here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07YN6VT6N And because I'm a generous guy, I have made a free book deal from today to October 7th. So get a free copy while you can! Also, if you haven't yet started the series The Ashborne Chronicles, you... Continue Reading →

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Sure as Stone Cover Art

I'm currently working on cover art for my new fantasy novel Sure as Stone. Please let me know what you guys think. Hit a like if you like it. Leave me a comment if you have any advice. I appreciate it guys!

Sure as Stone Teaser

I have finished the first draft of the final book in the Ashborne Chronicles. The book will be titled Sure as Stone. Although I still have a lot of editing to do, I thought I'd tease you with the first chapter. Spoilers for anyone that hasn't read the series yet! Bound in StringThe summer sun... Continue Reading →

The Song of Night and Dawn

The night smothered the bruised, black skies, And a foul wind began to rise By the devil’s wills, beyond the hills, Where all the world’s evil lies. The night swam through the rivers deep, Towards a town with no gates, no keep, Where fate had led us to the dead, Who lay in a cold,... Continue Reading →

Godwin’s Love Song

A love song by Sir Godwin Fulcrum from my fantasy series The Ashborne Chronicles: I’ve walked beaten paths Through thorns and thistle While clouds cracked On nights so fickle. I’ve cried in fields Drenched in shadow, Alone, forgotten, Left to fallow.   But never did I know How our love would grow Ere I took... Continue Reading →

Follow the Light

The second installment of the Ashborne Chronicles is out. Get a free electronic copy this Thursday through Monday. Or start the series from the start with How Black is the Shadow.   Shadows of war spread over the kingdom of Norgrad after the untimely death of its king. In the west, Vindan gathers its forces.... Continue Reading →

Cedric’s Song

In my fantasy series The Ashborne Chronicles, Kat hears a song written about a king. It is a song of sorrow sung for sorrow. All who sing it find tragedy one way or another: “Though black and depthless, His eyes couldn’t hide The burning of a matchless ire. His trembling lips Called death for death. ‘Blood,’... Continue Reading →

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