Stories from Arisa
(Short Story Collection)
Arisa: a world of loss and hardship; of legend and wonder; the world of A Warrior’s Path. Return there now with Stories from Arisa, a short story collection featuring four wonderful new fables from that mythic place; each one a polished gem; together, an assemblage spanning the realms of hope, humor, tragedy, loss, and love.
William Wilde and the Necrosed
(The Chronicles of William Wilde Book 1)
At seventeen years old, William Wilde was orphaned because of the magic in his veins, magic he doesn’t even know exists. Eight months later, Serena Paradiso enters his life. Captivating and confident, she holds secrets about William’s heritage. His friends know them, too.
William Wilde and the Sons of Deceit
(The Chronicles of William Wilde Book 4)
The raid on Sinskrill was a success, but the battle is only just beginning. William realizes the stakes at hand. He still has to find a way to prevent Lord Shet, the god of the mahavans, from returning to Earth from the faraway world of Seminal. If he doesn’t, Arylyn will be destroyed.
(The Chronicles of William Wilde Book 5)
Time isn’t on William’s side. Shet is coming, and he has to find a way to stop the dread god from arising. The Servitor, the father of the woman he loves, is intent on allowing the god’s entrance to Earth. He’s gone so far as to bring Sapient Dormant, the vicious Overward to Sinskrill, to serve at his side.
And William’s greatest allies, Rukh and Jessira have their own troubles. The magi no longer trust their judgment. It comes at the worst possible time for Shet is awake and readying his armies. And he has his own vengeance in mind
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Explore the world map, the Ashoka city map and consult the detailed glossary.
The World of William Wilde
Contains an extremely extensive glossary and reference resource. Includes world history, geography, characters, and culture.
I've leveled an entire city. I've destroyed a close-knit families, and I've even killed a character who I loved. She spoke to me once and said, "I don't like him (Rukh)." She changed the entire trajectory of The Castes and the OutCastes and became a far more important...read more
So much writing going on. I'm about four scenes from the end of William Wilde and the Unusual Suspects, book 3 of The Chronicles of William Wilde. Just finished a long setpiece fight scene with Rukh and Jessira. They progressively have a larger role in each book....read more
A couple of weeks ago, a kind reader sent me a picture of their rescue cat. They named her Aia, and I did a happy dance. Here she is in all her ferocious adorableness:read more
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