Seconds Before Sunrise (Book 2)
Coming March 22, 2014
Two nightmares. One memory.
“Chaos within destiny. It was the definition of our love.”
Eric has weeks before his final battle when he’s in an accident. Forced to face his human side, he knows he can’t survive if he fights alone. But he doesn’t want to surrender, even if he becomes the sacrifice for war.
Jessica’s memory isn’t the only thing she’s lost. Her desire to find her parents is gone and so is her confidence. But when fate leaves nightmares behind, she decides to find the boy she sees in them, even if it risks her sanity.
Minutes Before Sunset (Book 1)
Goodreads Book of the Month [ July, 2013 ]
Two Destines. One Death.
Eric has less than a year left before his fated battle when he meets her. She’s a shade like him, but separated from the Dark – and with more power than she should have. And he can’t stay away.
I am truly excited to be a part of this anthology, which includes short stories from so many talented authors. My short story, Sean’s Bullet, was originally written in my college writing class during my freshman year. Unlike my novels, it is military-fiction, and it was inspired by stories I’ve heard from soldiers. Sean’s Bullet is dedicated to every man and woman who has served.
Available at Amazon as a paperback only, but it can be personalized and signed.
In the city of Vendona, bad bloods aren’t considered human; they aren’t even considered animals. They are lower than that. The parents of these creatures abandon them. The cities shun them, and the government massacres them.
In 2089, an election threatens a revolt, and two bad bloods meet. Among the chaos, their accidental relationship reveals a twisted history, and citizens are forced to make a decision. Battles begin, love blossoms, and three brothers’ past repeats, while bad bloods focus on their only goal: to survive.
And very few of them will.
I had the wonderful opportunity to share a great semester with talented poets, and our collection, “Poems: a collection of works by twelve young Kansas poets” was privately published at the end of our semester. It was also dedicated to my roommate, Kristine Andersen, who passed away October 7, 2012. If you’re a loved one of Kristine Andersen, email me via my Contact Page, and I will send you the link for distributing.
Unfortunately, I cannot offer to sell this collection, but I thought I would share the poems inside, so click the picture!
If you want to read more about this accomplishment, click here.