The Curse of Earthias
Taken in by Queen Celeste of Xylantria when she was a child, a young woman called Yusumi finds herself accused of murdering her beloved mentor.
With the help of her friend, the enormous wolf-lion Jidan, she flees the royal city. Soon after, they meet Xanna and Kai, two Earth Healers from the mystical forest of Earthias. They are on a journey to find a cure for their cursed Wise Woman - a curse cast by human magic, which has been dead for centuries.
But behind the scenes, a darker power is at play. Pursued by demonic and undead forces, can they find answers for the Earth Healers and clear Yusumi's name?
When the Bard Came Visiting:
A cantankerous old woman is charged with aiding a young girl. A male dryad finds his place in the world. Paralyzed from the neck down, a teenage sculpting prodigy is given a new opportunity to pursue her art again. A Victorian professor journeys across England to lecture on evolution, only to walk into trouble at every turn.
In this eclectic mix of stories, spanning historical fiction, magical realism, contemporary, and sci-fi, The Bard instructs only one thing: journey away with the words and see where they take you.
The Origin Stone
Emily Renzi thinks she’s going crazy. After her parents move to a quiet village, she senses that something is off about the house they’re living in.
Dreams of strange creatures invade her sleep, and mysterious shapes appear in the garden. Confiding in her older brother, Ru, they research the house’s background and find out that a scientist disappeared there during World War Two. Afterwards, sightings of strange creatures were whispered around the village.
Could the creatures in Emily’s dreams be the same ones and if so, what do they want from her? Struggling to piece together the truth, Emily soon understands that monsters come in many forms.
A Book For Pandora (poetry collection)
The poems in this rich and imaginative debut collection speak of people, life, loss and love. They weave threads of myth and fairytale into commentaries of society, explorations of self, nature and humanity.
Some surreal and sinister, others playful and light, the poems in A Book For Pandora encompass an array of flavours that will delight any reader.
The Door Between Worlds
Michael is a young bookworm who really believes in magic. But even he isn’t prepared for what lies behind the secret door in the school library: Treeshallow, a parallel land where all known stories originate from.
When Michael runs into the residents of Treeshallow, he finds them reminiscent of characters he's read about in books.
Michael’s appearance there isn’t an accident. After he sets to find the famous wizard Ramble, the two learn that the school librarian, Mr. Rogers, has been taken captive by a band of demons known as the Desrai.
But even with their combined forces, can the two save Rogers from the clutches of evil?
Unseasoned Adventurer: Half-Wizard Thordric Book Three
After six years in the Wizard Council, Thordric's confidence in his magic has grown tremendously. But when High Wizard Vey, Thordric's superior and closest friend, goes missing, he faces his greatest challenge yet.
Between finding a way to save him and trying to keep things calm at the Council, Thordric finds himself venturing to the four countries surrounding Dinia to seek out other forms of magic.
But his quest is far from easy... and dangers he never even dreamed about soon spring onto his path.
Accidental Archaeologist: Half-Wizard Thordric Book Two
Set three years after Thordric's misadventures in Book 1, he now finds himself tracking down the Wanderers - wizards who never joined the Wizard Council - in an attempt to inform them about the Council's reform. However, he not only finds them, but an ancient wild magic that threatens to overthrow the eccentric town of Valley Edge, too.
Can he use the skills he's gained over the years to fight it off?
UNOFFICIAL DETECTIVE: Half-Wizard Thordric Book One
For his whole life, Thordric has been told that his magic is dangerous, and that he must never use it. All over Dinia, half-wizards are treated the same, their magic labelled as dangerous and uncontrollable.
When High Wizard Kalljard is murdered, it falls to young Thordric to solve the case. The only trouble? The murder was done by magic, and though Thordric is a half-wizard, he has never fully used his powers.
To prove himself right and find the murderer, Thordric has to learn how to control his own powers. But can he learn fast enough, and find the perpetrator in time?