The Sunderlands, Ranked in TOP 40 of ALL Amazon's Dark Fantasy Best Sellers!!
A Kingdom of Men is pushing the Elven clans of the Sunderlands over the brink of extinction. The mortal counterpart to the God of Death, Keres has the power to stem the tide of bloodshed. As brutal civil war threatens to tear her homeland asunder, she struggles to control her gift without succumbing to a curse of unslakable blood-lust. When her people are attacked, she can no longer hold back. The beast within awakens. Gods know there will be no redemption on the other side of her revenge. Wading deeper into the darkness plaguing her land, unraveling the secrets of her heritage, Keres faces a greater challenge: finding her place in this world or being broken by it. Many seek to tame her and use her as a divine weapon. Including a Knight desiring to claim her body and spirit. As the war between Man and Elf stains the Sunderlands with innocent blood, Keres must make a choice: save her people and damn her cursed soul, or forsake the Gods and her homeland to gain freedom.
Note: This story is not suitable for persons under the age of 18. Trigger warning in blog post.
Top 100 for Highest Rated Dark Fantasy Novels on Amazon. Revised edition is in print.
Kings of Shadow & Stone, Book Two | Top 100 of ALL Amazon's Epic Fantasy Best Sellers!!!
Servant to the God of Death, now a prisoner of war. Keres' chains are in the hands of her enemy and he’s bringing her to heel. As twists of fate entangle her, she must learn to play the strings or become the spell-bound puppet. The bargain for freedom, a bond forged in darkness. The deadly game between Gods and mortals has only just begun.
Scattered throughout the gold lands, Keres' allies must find their way in a world at war. A Daemon forged in fire. An Oracle who'd question the Gods. A knight scorned by his lady. The Seer who envisions their fates.
Note: This story is not suitable for persons under the age of 18. Trigger warnings in blog post.
Solar Flare | Halloween 2022
I was an in-demand artist who turned her body into a canvas. Put a price on my pleasure and performed.
I crossed the threshold between privacy and publicity; lifted myself onto the altar for examination.
Like a sacrificial lamb, I'll be bled for my choice.
Like Lucifer or Icarus, I'll be blamed for my downfall.
For wanting to see power in pleasure and pain.
Not the first angel to fall, not the last to be demonized.
But I'll be damned if I don't write my name over the devil's tongue and make him call me his.
New Adult Standalone
Note: this story is not suitable for persons under the age of 18. Trigger warnings in blog post
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Ossiris G. @pagesoverpeople IG
"My absolute favorite part about this book wasn’t the tension or the angst, the romance or the political intrigue. Although they all played part, my ABSOLUTE favorite part of this book was Keres. She is fierce and loyal. She is herself throughout the whole book. Since the first page you learn about her and exactly what she stands for and who she stands with and that never changes. She is a ferocious, cunning warrior until the very last page, but she grows in so ways." Goodreads Review by Ossiris G.
Adrianna S. on Goodreads
"If you thought Keres’ origin story in The Sunderlands was good, wait until you get your hands on this spicey, epic, and fantastic sequel! The world of Aureum will be on the list of fictional places you’ll want to be in and reminds you of places like LOTR’s Middle Earth (only more for adults) and Laura Thalassa’s Rhapsodic!"
Adriana S. review of Kings of Shadow and Stone
Sophia B. on Goodreads
"An origin story for Keres, we’re only beginning to understand the intricacies of a world steeped in prejudice, violence, and war. The players of this chess game are half(or fully) mad, and it falls to our servant of the God of Death to pick up the scattered pieces to enact justice... Update after reading Kings of Shadow and Stone (book #2)... As much as I absolutely loved Sunderlands, book 2 truly shows the depth of the characters and reveals so much backstory and additional understanding. It feels like reading real people. If anything ever happens to them I will mourn them like family." -Goodreads Review, by Sophia B.
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My author friend and talented artist, Zian Schafer created this beautiful comission of Keres. I'm incredibly thankful for the love and time she put into this piece and am excited to share it!
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