Welcome To Dark Stories
Thank you for searching me out of my dark side to see what is going on in my real life. Hopefully, I will be able to provide you with a link to purchase my book, Brimstone Blues. I have had the good forturne of being contracted by AKA Literary Agency and have full trust that they'll be able to let me put that link up.
Of course, I guess I should probably tell you a bit about my book, Brimstone Blues, so that when you see it here or somewhere else, you'll know it's worth picking up and having a look.
Reese is part of the family business. That business is the mortuary services. She’s got her future laid out before her; one final test for her state license and she can be a mortician instead of a M.I.T., or mortician in training. Reese is also alone, by her own choice, and dreads a life of repeating the same day over and over again. She considers taking her license and hitting the road to see what the world has set for her, until she finds someone worth sticking around for. Reese meets her new neighbor, Collin, who happens to be a vampire and knows her for what she truly is, a Corpse Ripper. She has powers over the dead and undead alike and normally, it would have been Collin’s job to kill her, but he finds that he can’t. He also feels the instant attraction and knows that there is something special about Reese. She joins him on what his real mission in her hometown is; hunting down a rogue vampire who is making more vampires without permission from Collin’s Mistress. They realize that the rogue is looking for Reese and her powers only after her family is attacked and her sister is mistakenly kidnapped. Collin and Reese’s relationship continues to grow despite attacks from other vampires and it becomes a race to find the rogue and save her sister, because for Collin, failure means his life is forfeit to his Mistress. For Reese, it means losing her love and her sister and she refuses to give up either of them. And Reese is the kind of girl who gets what she wants.
In the news section, I will post news, of course, and some short stories so that you can get a taste (ha ha) of my writing. Please feel free to sign my guestbook and tell me what you think.