Sudal is the only verl in his clan. He has the honor of fulfilling a sacred duty for his people. No one cares if he wants actually wants that honor. Sudal will do his duty, but on the eve of adulthood he takes one stolen flight soaring alone through the freedom of the sky. One moment for himself can't hurt before he faces the scrutiny of the clan as they witness his success or failure... but do the gods feel the same way?
Sally and Tom won a stay in an expensive hotel. The hotel looks like a palace in a fantasy movie, but something's wrong there. Sally feels scared. A huge shadow is flying by, a bat of tremendous size. Something horrible happens.
The summer before his senior year of high school, Jake is thrust into a dangerous world he had no idea even existed. Before his inheritance the only things Jake was overly concerned with was his strange dreams, and figuring out how to deal with being in love with his best friend. Now, saddled with a heritage that makes him the sole heir to both the Guardian and Night Stalker kingdoms, Jake learns that not everything is black and white, and the people he can trust are few and far in between.
"A Cold Spell," the fifth installment of my "Pleasant View" series is unlike anything that comes before or afterward in the ongoing lives of Jack, Brad, and friends. "A Cold Spell" is my foray into the world of sci-fi, and is also my homage to the eerie events surrounding a tragedy and a mythical (or real) creature that some say still haunts the hills and hollers of Appalachia.
This is a tale of a rebellion, in a far off land of combined magic and technology. There are legends of twelve mighty heroes, each gifted with a power of his or her own. They must band together to bring peace upon the land, and settle the disasters and war before everything is destroyed.
Lonely bartender Louis finds his life changing when he meets and helps a beautiful man who calls himself Snow. This Snow might seem helpless and innocent at first glance, but perhaps not everything is as it seems.
Three brothers were raised listening to their grandmother's fairy stories. They never believed them, until a morning spent in a local forest shows them that not only were her stories true, but also that Nature has teeth. Will the boys survive their encounter with the fey of the forest?