As Algernon Ravenwood struggles to build a home on Superstition Mesa before winter arrives, his task is complicated by the presence of giants living nearby. Can he navigate a path of peace and live in harmony with the giants, or is he doomed to suffer a violent fate?His twin sister, Kira, suffers a lingering, secret malaise. As her...
My second novel is the longest and best-selling in the Deveran Conflict Series. This epic story begins with Garrick and Brenna, as they head to Marvic, Tamaria's capital city, where he is scheduled to begin officer's training.The demands are tough and he struggles to keep up.
Brenna, separated from her boyfriend and still unfamiliar with the local language, wrestles with...
Haunted by distressing memories of his recent combat tour, Lieutenant Garrick Ravenwood returns home to his beloved wife and family. Against the backdrop of a Senate Inquest probing the conduct of the Expeditionary Force, Garrick is drawn into an ongoing conflict involving his little sister, Kira. Someone thinks she’s a...
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...
Mapping a World
It all began with a drawing. I’d been working graveyard
shift as a telephone operator after graduating from high school and I had a lot
of time on my hands. As I drew the outline of the Deveran continent, filled in
mountain ranges, rivers and cities, my imagination conjured ideas for the
people who would occupy these lands I’d created.
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