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I was inspired to write this novel after visiting a slave plantation in Louisiana. It was very interesting to learn how black slave owners tried to protect their homes from the Union Army.

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Men, Djinn and Angels discussion underway for a RPG video game.

Men, Djinn and Angels: Awakening is now entered into The North Street Book Contest

July 29: Line editing complete. Manuscript sent to Quality Review

June 20: Line editing starts

June 2: Fiona Jayde created the cover.

May 26: Editorial review complete – Exposed: Humanity Craves Power is nominated for the Choice Award

April 22: Lawyers say the content is free of liable –

April 2: Contract signed with IUniverse


Humanity Craves Power

October, 2020 expected release.

Horus Fitsroy sees the perfect opportunity on Wall Street, and he takes it. Now officially a stock market genius, he starts a hostile acquisition of a company that crushed his father’s dream. Nothing can stop his string of fortune, not even his bid for a presidential nomination. 

But when Apollo Given, a failing journalist, stumbles across the Fitsroy’s shameful secret, Horus’ good fortune stops on a dime. Apollo learns that a long-forgotten secret society supports Horus. On the face, the Guddi Feex contributes to the nation’s growth and wellbeing, but under the surface, their secret is more than Apollo can bear. If he keeps it to himself, he breaks the journalist code, but exposing the secret society could cost him his life, fracture the election and ultimately the nation.

 Saturated with wit, mystery, romance, and mind-blowing ideologies, Exposed: Humanity Craves Power intrigues to the last word. 

Here’s what Beta Readers think

“I’m getting to know your characters well and you’ve given them great personalities.” – Kat PP on characters.
“I loved this part. I absolutely was not expecting what happened during the initiation. I love both the surprise factor, and the way it was written. Very good job indeed.” –Anton Anderson on writing style.
“I gotta say, Apollo’s chapters are my favorite so far. Somehow, there’s a lot of energy in the way he approaches his job, and this scene has some really nice tension, which is impressive for something that technically isn’t dangerous (at least in the traditional sense).” – Ed Homazabal on Apollo