Algernon Ravenwood wanted to get as far away from Cynthia Velez as possible. She was too lovely for him to resist, too compelling for him to turn away. Algernon knew that even if he never set eyes on her again, she’d live in his dreams and haunt his waking hours. As it was, he’d been dreaming of her every...
Tradition drives the engine of prosperity in Devera’s ancient agricultural heartland. Deep, healthy soil, ground from the highlands over glaciated millennia and lavishly deposited over vast plains whose heights seldom rise more than a few hundred feet above sea level, support thriving grasslands that have been cultivated with meticulous care and preserved longer than any surviving written record. The...
Bronwyn faces a terrible choice. With her long-anticipated wedding only days away, she can defy her mother’s counsel and marry Algernon – a young priest with a questionable reputation – or call off the ceremony. Facing opposition from her loved ones and risking the alienation of friends who have long supported her, Bronwyn struggles to resolve conflicts and...
After a complete re-edit and re-format, the 10th anniversary edition of Crisis, the third novel in the Deveran Conflict Series, is now available in paperback and multiple e-book formats. Get your copy by following the links, below:E book versions: Crisis, on Smashwords These include: epub, mobi, pdf, rtf, lrf, pdb, txt, and html On sale at...
What’s in the Deveran Conflict Series for you as a reader?  If you like interpersonal, introspective and international conflict, this is the series for you. If you like science fiction and fantasy that makes sense, you’ll easily immerse yourself in the Deveran milieu. If you enjoy compelling characters sustained by courage and raw talent these books will introduce you to people who will...
I feel a restless desire to instigate revolution, a change in the way people think. While I really enjoy storytelling, sparking that sense of self-reflection lies at the core of what motivates me to write. I put words on paper believing that my readers will be different after my work has been read

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