You will notice that this website is going through some changes. Some of the old pages have been deleted. My publisher Thorstruck Press closed this week and some of my books will be unavailable for a short while. If you’re looking for the old Seithe series (now titled the Neuripra Series), or the Erra series (now titled the Liaisons series), you can find the new links on my other website. HERE.
It’s been a very hard week for me, but there is some good news on the horizon. One, some of my books and audiobooks are currently submitted to a new publisher in Ireland (I’ll keep you posted on progress), and Two, I am back in the writing seat so you can expect to read a new Seithe novel shortly. I am aiming to complete Lucem this month (come hell or high water), so expect snippets coming to you from this week.
Thank you so much for your patience waiting for this book, but it will be completed soon.
Hugs to all of you and I hope your weekend is relaxing and fun.
Wow, what a great time it is to be alive for this little author. Soul Cypher is Free on Barnes and Noble! Go and grab it because I guarantee it will make you laugh at least thrice :)
Taniya Sexton is a lot like Bridget Jones, except this is Bridget as more of a James Bond type. Marked by aliens as a teenager she’s summoned to planet fruitcake to save the locals from the god Adnachiel. Adnachiel comes from Harvani (planet Erath to the rest of us) – and when Taniya meets him she’s instantly crushing on the lush, Ned (Edgar to the rest of us, Sir Edgar Pratley – in the service of Her Majesty the Queen as a universal agent of peace).
It soon becomes apparent that they need to get the Soul Cypher off Aldy Baron, and so Taniya goes on her first mission as an intergalactic spy, seducing the regent of Achenaar to steal the soul cypher – the results of this excursion are ridiculously funny and ever so entertaining.
And now it’s available in Audiobook! You can grab it from iTunes, Audible, and Amazon! Yippee! Elan O’Connor narrates this so well she had me laughing out loud (and I wrote it!) haha. Thank you Elan! Wow, I loved it!