A dark medieval fantasy
A dark presence spans the four provinces of Sera. Amid the Northern War and Southern Plague, monstrous creatures rule the night. They hail from the shadows and ravage the land, fearing only the precious rays of dawn. These nightmares prey upon as well as taint that which lives.
Ewan seeks one of the shadowy entities in the wilds of his native forest. But he stumbles upon a mysterious female warrior instead. She exhibits extraordinary powers and aids him in his revenge against the nightmare that claimed the life of his brother.
Realizing there is little left of his previous life, Ewan travels onward with her after accepting the offer of an unknown order. Together, they face beings that defy reality and prey upon the mortal world.
Though his companion fights against the darkness, she is openly rejected and feared by those around her. Ewan gradually learns of the terrible burden she carries and how the greatest evils can often lie within.
Near-future apocalyptic novel
It’s known as the Cataclysm—an event responsible for arresting most electronic technology. Its impact was global, and few countermeasures existed. Civilization was nearly brought to its knees. At least for a while. We found ways of getting by. Humanity connected with its past while auguring new solutions. Even for college students like Joanna Westenra, a world without smartphones or the Internet was survivable—albeit just barely. We were down but not out. Life could go on.
Then, the Cataclysm unveiled something new. Monsters arose in the night. They are known as the Turned. We try valiantly to ignore them, to go on as if nothing else has changed. Yet, we cannot deny that these creatures were once human. They are solicited from both the living and the dead. They hunt us and harbor no mercy.
Joanna is hanging onto her former life as best she can, but now she sees things only the Turned are rumored to witness. The crimson clouds of the Cataclysm leer on as Joanna embarks upon her destiny.
The high-flying sci-fi adventure
A lone warrior falls from the sky into a post-apocalyptic world where chaos rules. Unable to return he joins Gunwayne, the captain of a mysterious airship known as the Drake. In exchange for his services, he is given the opportunity to return to his former home among the clouds. But throughout his adventures with the crew, the psychic soldier begins to wonder if his fall from grace was actually a blessing in disguise. Are the shackles of the sky really worth his freedom? And did he really belong there to begin with?