I’m very pleased to say that we’ve got a lot of news for fans of my writing. I want to thank all my wonderful fans for their support in making this a productive year for me despite the fact, well, it’s been a real pear of a year for just about everyone and everything.
Some of this information will be new to you and others will be a retread but as November approaches, I figure it’d be good to give a year update.
Cover Art for Upcoming Books
A NIGHTMARE ON ELK STREET (Bright Falls Mysteries Book #3): The Bright Falls Mysteries remains one of my all time favorite creations and it is with both excitement as well as a heavy heart that I post the cover for the final in the trilogy. Jane Doe is hired by Lucien Lyons to serve as security on his low-budget horror movies using real shifters and witches. Unfortunately, this is after someone has started making threats against the actresses. Is it a publicity stunt gone wrong or the return of an evil that Jane thought she’d put away? Why won’t Lucien shut down the production?
THE HORROR OF SUPERVILLAINY (Supervillainy Saga book #7): Gary Karkofsky is back! Having decided to make the jump from supervillain to superhero, he soon finds himself bored out of his mind in the now mostly crime-free Falconcrest City. Thankfully (?), he soon finds himself on a quest to rescue the President’s daughter from a bunch of vampires in Nightmare Swamp! But what does a crooked mutant sheriff, a summer camp of superpowered women, and the merging of universes have to do with Dracula! Find out inside Gary’s latest adventure that homages classic DC and Marvel horror comics.
BRIGHTEYES (Morgan Detective Agency #2): The sequel to Brightblade and the next chapter of Ashley Morgan’s badass adventures. Having recovered her wounded sister, Anna, Ashley is informed that her family is now under attack by mysterious forces in the Men in Black. Worse, there’s a massive slave auction of former Solomon Academy spy school graduates planned in New Detroit. The vampire nation plans to turn all of them into tools for spreaidng their power. Despite having a vampire for a brother, Ashley thinks this is a fate worse than death and plans to stop them.
Now Available on Audiobook
PSYCHO KILLERS IN LOVE: I’m pleased to say that Psycho Killers in Love is now available on audiobook. The earliest volume so far in the United States of Monsters series. William England is the son of Billy the Immortal, a holiday-themed slasher who terrified teenagers throughout the Eighties. Billy was eventually slain by a slasher-hunter called an Artemis and William was freed. Unfortunately, he and his sister Carrie were promptly locked up in an asylum for their father’s crimes. Escaping, they find themselves meeting one of those slasher-hunting Artemises. William is immediately smitten but can his desire not to be a slasher overcome both their instincts to destroy the other? Narrated by Jefferey Kafer.
AGENT G: ASSASSIN (Agent G #3): The exciting conclusion to the AGENT G trilogy! Case, formerly known as G, has successfully escaped from his employers but a natural disaster plunged the world into a decade of chaos. What has emerged is a megacorp-dominated hellhole straight out of Gibson. I really have loved writing Case’s adventures from beginning to end. Will he achieve the peace he’s always sought or will it end in a tragedy? Probably in a rain soaked cyberpunk alley? Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer.
ELDRTICH OPS (Red Room #2): The Red Room series is where my writing career began and it is also the first of my trilogies to be completed. Derek Hawthorne was my attempt to combine James Bond and Harry Dresden, with him coming out as his own character in return. This book is the second of his adventures where he finds himself in the impossible situation of investigating the House to see if their leadership are planning a genocide of the world’s vampires. This is problematic because he is the world’s most famous living vampire hunter. Yet, his ex-partner, Christopher, begs him to protect those who aren’t completely evil. Besides, Derek owes him for a secret that would get him killed by his own side. Narrated by Jeffrey Kafer.