A Dead Wizard's Dream, Book 1 of the Convent Series
An afterlife under threat. A reborn Prophet in peril.
A ragtag band of faithful Knights, grumpy Nomads, mad Wizards and corrupt Corsairs on a death-defying quest to rescue him. Will swords and sorcery prove enough?
A Dwarvic city buried in the desert, the site of an ancient tyranny. Mutants and Demons abound.
The dead walk again.
And the God of the Nether waits patiently for all the souls to be his …
The year is 311 AC. Welcome to Maradoum.
Secrets of the Ashlands, Book 2 of the Convent Series
An ancient prophecy. A magic sword on which pivots the fate of Gods and mortals alike.
Hounded by the undead, the reborn elvic Prophet and his rescuers must escape the ravaged Babese Sultanate at all costs.
Captured and broken, the Witchson struggles just to stay alive in the savage and tropical Goblin Isles lest his soul be eternally damned in the Nether.
Prince Saul Aodhson confronts a skittering menace as old as time in the icy north of Fjelburg, in a vale lined with the bones of fallen Highlanders.
Lost in the endless rainforest of Shala’Hyddin, Princess Palasia Bab will find her destiny, and other worlds, in the Ashlands.
Ghost ships and Sea Serpents prowl the oceans, the First Flame is trapped, and the realm of the Fae is in danger of destruction at the hands of an army of Demons …
The battle for Maradoum has begun.
Reviews for A Dead Wizard's Dream
'If you like fantasy hero books you will enjoy this' - Review on Amazon.com
'A comforting read for those who love action packed fantasy' - Review on Amazon.com
'An epic tale of sacrifice' - Review on Amazon.com
'It is a great story and you should read it' - Review on Amazon.com
'Full of interesting plot twists' - Review on Amazon.co.uk
'Wizards, Zombies and Demons make for a great adventure' - Review on Goodreads.com
Reviews for Chronicles of Maradoum Volume 1
This anthology is a must to pick up - Review on Amazon.com
Fabulous book full of quirky characters in their own adventure - Review on Amazon.com
This is a very interesting and entertaining read - Review on Amazon.co.uk
Though I am not usually a fan of or read short stories, I actually found these stories to be very good - Review on Amazon.com
The author does a very fine job of world building and character development in each story - Review on Amazon.com