The worlds of human and fae are separated for a reason. One faery's act of kindness is another's act of betrayal. Tadgh faces the consequences for what happened in Thorn Kept.
At the beginning of the year I set myself a goal that I would illustrate one fairy tale per month to make a calendar to hang over my desk for next year. So far I'm managing to keep up more or less. I thought I'd share the ones I have so far. January: Snow White…
As you can probably imagine this is an exciting time for me. It's taken several years to get Trial by Song ready to send out into the world. When you're the youngest of seven brothers blessed with faery gifts, it's easy to feel like you have something to prove. So when Jack Sorley sneaks out…
With Trial by Song only weeks from release I thought I'd take a look at some of the retellings that have shaped my reading and writing over the years.
Here it is! The cover design for Trial by Song!
Long before Jack embarks on his harrowing journey, his father, Tadgh Sorley makes a discovery that sets everything in motion. Enjoy this sneak peek into the world of Trial by Song
If you’re like me and interested in stories that feature often overlooked fairytale characters, check out this story about a genie that gets unleashed in a rural North Carolina town.
Solstice Publishing has just released my novella The Genie Hunt, a modern fantasy set in High Point, North Carolina. It’s the latest comic adventure of Buddy Vuncannon and Coot Pickard, whose first exploit appeared in my short story Witch Flambé, published by Aurora Wolf.
Attorney Buddy Vuncannon and his friend Coot Pickard are heading out of town for a fishing weekend when they’re surrounded by a SWAT team. When Coot is booked, Buddy learns three of Coot’s friends identified Coot as the gun man at a pawn shop robbery, the latest in a string of violent crimes that have terrified the small town.
To defend Coot, Buddy must stand up to a bullying district attorney, uncover the identity of the real robbers, and battle a powerful genie from Iraq who serves the robbers. Buddy’s investigation implicates an old friend, reigniting long-forgotten friction between Buddy and Coot. Old…
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