From the northern canyon lands with dragons to rural Southern Oregon, from medieval Europe to an earl’s castle come explore the worlds imagined or based in reality. Take flight on dragon back, or ride a unicorn. Whichever you choose, you can as one reviewer said, “be a part of that world”. Come explore my various books.
Have fun, and may your dragon fly true.
The Dragon Courage series:
In a world where dragons and riders live together mostly in harmony, riders struggle to find their place in the world. Each of the six books holds a separate theme that encourages middle grade to young adult readers in their own lives.
Myth Coast Adventures:
Ordinary life takes a strange twist when a rift in the time-space continuum opens in Myrtle Beach, Oregon. With mythical creatures comes a NSA agent and a poacher who wants more than just to gawk at the famed animals–he’d rather take their magical properties, whether they survive the process or not!
Rural America shines forth in this trilogy, along with ordinary middle school students “full of adventure, fantasy, and mischief.”
Journey from Skioria:
When young Tania is washed ashore, she must journey to find her way back to her parents.
This real-world based fantasy again takes a rural twist as Tania’s destination is a small town on the Oregon Coast. Most of the story though is set against nature without a true antagonist. It’s designed for early readers who’d love adventure with a bit of storytelling included.
The One Who Sees Me:
Faru’s life is thrown upside down when she’s sold in exchange for a new wife for her master. Just as she’s learning the ropes in her new home, she’s given a marriage proposal she musn’t refuse.
“Have you ever read a book and thought of it as a delicious meal or a rich cup of coffee? I found myself setting this book aside a few times to inhale and appreciate its richness.” ~Amazon reviewer
To Save a Race:
A young innocent girl, a capricious duke, and a decree that will change everything. What will it take to save a race?
Journey to a steampunk world inspired by Hayao Miyazaki’s Castle in the Sky. This Biblical retelling has “all the familiarity from the Bible with a fresh steampunk vibe”.