Wickedly Good Stories Of Paranormal Romance, Dark Fantasy And Occult Suspense
Sinful Boys, an exclusive FREE YA occult suspense web series, serialized here.
Julian Lake. Soul Eater, sorcerer, murderer. Murder many times over and still only eighteen.
The dangerous Soul Eater anti-hero of the occult dark fantasy, Fear Club, has his own prequel, Sinful Boys.
This web-only serialized journal of Julian's journey to Japan finds him hunting sorcerers and dangerous Japanese mountain demons for his own murderous reasons.
With him for are a young Shinigami (deathgod) searching for his lost love, a drug-dealing Prime vampire, and a beautiful -- and hungry -- new member of the Soul Eaters Club. Plus, of course, Hex the werecat, on board for all the sushi and people she can eat.
The latest chapters of this action-driven occult suspense novella are free. Read them here.
Two New YA fiction novels coming soon from Eden Crowne
Deathgods, a YA Dark Fantasy novel. It's about life and death. But mostly, death...
More than two thousand years ago, Killian watched helpless as his father, brothers and their little sons were burned to death in Wickermen on the shores of the Irish Sea by an enemy clan. Because of the beauty and symmetry of his features, Killian was saved for a different fate. Strangled with a leather noose by the leader of the victorious army, he was thrown into a bog as an offering to their gods.
Luckily the bog spirit was in residence and recognized a quality offering when he got one. Killian was taken through the portals to one of the Hidden Worlds and offered a choice by the Daemon lords: Return to the True Death or sacrifice his immortal soul and pledge to fight for the Balance between the worlds. He chose to fight, but not for the reasons his masters think.
Now the time for revenge has finally come. The ancient soul within his reach. Too bad our world must burn for him to get it.
Immortality can be such a bitch.
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Plagued, an action-driven YA science fiction novel.
There are no zombies in this apocalypse, but there are monsters here...
In sixteen-year-old Skylar Christensen's America, negative is good. Positive is bad.
In fact, negative is the only way to survive.
One half to two thirds of the entire world population – depending on who's counting – have been wiped out in the blood plagues following the bird flu epidemics. After two decades, some States (and countries) are virtually empty. Only Negatives -- people with negative blood types -- are immune to the deadly plague that almost inevitably follows the flu.
Rednecks, so called because of the scarlet bar code tattooed on their neck, are the new elite. America needs Rednecks of any age for the military, sciences and the government, because they don't die. At least from the flu.
But that's not the only reason. The Bird Flu mutation that turns its victim's blood to toxic poison leaves Negatives – young and old – with enhanced senses, improved muscular development and something more. Something unexplainable by science.
Skylar, like every other Redneck her age, undergoes military training in self-defense, tactics and weapons after school. She is already part of a tight-knit Tactical squad on active HK – Hunter Killer – night patrols for Hemogoblin blood gangs, profiteers, and Victim's Army members.
Life isn't so bad. America has pulled itself back from the brink. Gas is cheap and food rationing remains only on dairy products. Schools are open again in the San Francisco Bay Area .
After her mandatory ten year government service, she will be free to pursue her own ambitions. Sky has a future.
Hugo St. James changes all that.
Clever, smart, handsome, English aristocrat, Hugo. A positive blood type who probably won't survive the coming winter. A senior at her high school and suddenly very, very interested in her – for all the wrong reasons.
With Hugo comes so many first into Sky's life: first crush, first kiss, first love, first murder, first charge of high treason.
Hugo throws Skylar's life into a firestorm of conflicting loyalties and danger. Too late, she learns their families are tragically bound by a history of blood and death. The sins of their parents are the real reason her generation is called the Plague Children.
This apocalypse might not have zombies, but there are monsters here.
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Like vampires? You're going to love the Primes.
The elemental Prime Vampires of Fae debuted in Dust to Dust: Fangs for the Memories. Now their back in true viscous game-playing style in Dust to Dust 2: WItch You Were Here.
Immortality is so boring. Century after century of the same old, same old: Sex, lies, murder, mayhem, death and destruction. Yawn.
The Mortal World has always been a playground for the bright, burning passions of the races of the Hidden Worlds. Humans are such satisfying lovers, playthings and avatars. One race of Fae, the Prime Vampires, took that concept of 'play' and created something far more sinister. And fun. For them.
These powerful vampire kin of the eternal Elves, believe that hackneyed phrase 'All the world's a stage and the men and women merely players' is much more than a cliche. The Prime keep boredom at bay with complex role playing games that turn our world into a giant living game board exclusively for their amusement.
Read more about them in Prime Directive, a quick guide to Primes in the Mortal World.
Are You a Prime Vampire Sinner or Saint?
Prime Vampires, introduced in Dust To Dust: Fangs for Your Memories, spend their free time vacationing in our world playing complex games with us as their living game pieces.
Two teams pick a city -- or country -- and square off against one another. One chooses 'Saints' the other, 'Sinners'.
Good guys and bad. Though those designations have little to do with the character of the gamemasters.
If you were a Prime, which team would you chose?
Read more about the Saints and Sinners in Prime Directive.