books ordered by series, genre, and reading order
THE REBEL COURT
erotic romance, (urban) fantasy, modern fairy tale, snow white
Set after the happy ending of Snow White’s tale, the series follows the hijinks of the seven allies who helped her defeat the evil queen and take the throne of Valefort. These stories all happen roughly in the same time frame so, while there’s some character overlap and make guest appearances the reading order won’t have any importance in the series. No spoilers, I promise. 🙂
DAWN OF RAGNAROK
high fantasy, fantasy romance, Norse mythology, Persian mythology
Set in a realm where humans and creatures Other live separated by nothing more than a thin Veil, this series recounts the lives of the royal family of Wilderheim, and the parts they play in the coming age of war and change. Each individual love story is begun and ended separately so they can be read as stand-alone, but the books do follow a larger plot which forms the backdrop.
BLOOD & SHADOWS
science fiction, futuristic, PNR, shifter romance
Set in the 31st century, where a scientist has figured out how to give humans the ability to change shape into that of an animal. Though stand-alone, events and characters from previous books of this series feature in the next ones.
dark twisted fairy tale, fantasy romance, beauty and the beast
A twist on the classic fairy tale of Beauty and the Beast. It is the story of the cursed prince that has never been told. Bastien tells the prince’s version of how and why he became cursed, and recounts the centuries of waiting until Beauty appears. The Beast then takes up several months after the end of Bastien, with Beauty telling her side of how she tried to break the prince’s curse. In this duet, The Beast was written before Bastien, but Bastien happens before The Beast.
post-apocalypse, dystopia, horror
A futuristic battle for survival between two new genetically engineered species. In a world ruled by monsters, humanity is circling the drain and only the strong survive. Wolfen is the first book in the series. Helena is a companion novella. There are a lot of spoilers in that one, so definitely read Wolfen first and brace for a bumpy ride.
ONES AND ZEROS
science fiction stand-alone titles
Individual books completely unrelated to each other, or any other series listed on this page. They will vary across theme, genre, and length. Be forewarned, these stories are anything but typical. The current selection is 100% science fiction, all artificial intelligence, androids, and the hijinks they bring with them. There may be elements of humor and romance, but the main focus is technology.
HERE THERE BE MONSTERS
macabre short stories
This is an on-going collection of loosely interrelated short stories with a macabre/horror theme. They’re very quick reads, and all are posted on my blog at sporadic intervals (read: when inspiration strikes and/or I am stuck on all my larger works in progress).