Published Works

Hi! Here is a collection of  links to some of my more significant published works on the web:  

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Drasmyr: A dark fantasy novel featuring vampires, wizards, demons and more. It is the first novel I ever wrote and it is the prequel to my series: From the Ashes of Ruin. (As of 1/17/2015, the ebook version of this novel is available for free).

The Children of Lubrochius: A dark fantasy novel featuring vampires, demons, and magic. For the characters that survived their ordeal in Drasmyr, they now face a host of new challenges. Evil is once again on the rise, and only they can stop it. They have their wits, their weapons, and even a few new friends. Will that be enough? This is Book I in my series: From the Ashes of Ruin (an expected four book series … well, five, if you count the prequel).

The Sceptre of Morgulan: A dark fantasy novel featuring vampires, demons, and magic. It continues the story of Coragan and his companions in their struggles against Korina the Black and the vampire Lucian val Drasmyr. It is a deadly struggle of weapons and wit where the slightest misstep may lead either side to ruin. It is Book II in my series: From the Ashes of Ruin.

The Citadel: Book III in my series: From the Ashes of Ruin; it is currently in the works.

Prism: A short romantic fantasy tale telling the story of Akarra, the Shardshaper Apprentice of the quartzian people, a magical race of quartz-people living in the Cavern. In a time of trouble, she must choose between her calling and her heart. Which will she choose?

Short Story Collection:
Of Dragons, Love, and Poison: Three tantalizing tales of adventure and derring-do.

Short Stories: Haladryn and the Minotaur published at Pegasus On-line (now defunct). Sacrifice published at ??? (it was several years ago and I lost the paperwork–my bad). The River’s Eye published at Yesteryear Fiction (now defunct). Escape published at Aphelion.

7 thoughts on “Published Works

  1. Ginny

    Your book “Drasmyr” sounds interesting. I want to see if hubby will read it, too. He’s more the fantasy reader, I like the vampires.

    1. atoasttodragons

      The vampire is more of a traditional vampire like Dracula as opposed to something like “Twilight.” But the setting is a kind of a LOTR world. So, please… be my guest and download it.

  2. hippiechickamblings

    Sounds intriguing. I’m always interested in a new perspective of the vampire, and am a bit “old school,” on my perferences for these creatures of the night. I like my vampires creepy, no preppy.

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