Chapters and excerpts of novels and graphic novels from various publishers.


The Gates of Hell

|| Book 2 in The Shards of Heaven series. Cleopatra is dead. Only her young daughter, Cleopatra Selene, survives to continue her quest for vengeance against Rome and its emperor, Augustus Caesar.

The Iron Beast

Book 3 in the Song For No Man's Land trilogy. The Skogsgra and the Naravelle have launched their final offensive, and Private Jones and his companions are caught in the melee.

Black January

|| Book 2 in the SPECTRA Files series. Becca has been summoned back to Massachusetts by SPECTRA, the covert agency entrusted with keeping cosmic horrors at bay. Her special perception and skills are requested at the Wade House—a transfiguring mansion of portals to malevolent dimensions.

Belle Chasse

|| Book 5 in the Sentinels of New Orleans series. With the wizard-elven treaty on the verge of collapse, the preternatural world stands on the brink of war.

After Atlas

|| Sequel to PLANETFALL. To figure out who killed one of the most powerful men on Earth, Carlos is supposed to put aside his personal history. But the deeper he delves into the case, the more he realizes that escaping the past is not so easy.


|| Book 2 in the Luna Lake series. When a border dispute between two bear clans destabilizes shapeshifter relations throughout Europe and threatens to reveal their existence to humans, the Sazi High Council orders both sides to the negotiation table.

Tetris: The Games People Play

, || It is, perhaps, the perfect video game. Simple yet addictive, Tetris delivers an irresistible, unending puzzle that has players hooked. Play it long enough and you’ll see those brightly colored geometric shapes everywhere. You’ll see them in your dreams.

Colorful Heroes: The Origins of Marvel’s Iron Fist and Luke Cage

|| Remember the days when every comic book captured your imagination, and took you to new and exciting places? When you didn’t apologize for loving the comic books and creators that gave you bliss? Comic Book Fever captures that era, when comics offered all different genres to any kid with a pocketful of coins, at local establishments from 7-Elevens to your local drug store.