A Sea of Sky Now Available!


A Sea of Sky, book five in The Citadel of the Last Gathering, is now available for Kindle and in paperback!

To celebrate the release, we're also offering the first four novels at a free or discounted price between today and Saturday, so this is a good time to catch up.

A Count of Five: FREE
A Tide of Ice: FREE
A Unique Sickness of Spirit: $0.99
A Contest of Prophecies: $0.99


A Sea of Sky

The horizon is broken; earth and sky are one.

Alaji and Yemerik arrive in a world where the remnants of old empires are scattered to the winds. Survivors have rebuilt on islands suspended over a world of unimaginable danger.

They are seeking a fellow time traveler, hoping he will help them restore the fractured timeline and return Alaji to her home in the distant past.

But even if they find him and win his help, there are obstacles beyond the sea of sky. Revelations and betrayal will force Alaji to confront questions and doubts she's long avoided. After everything she's seen and experienced, does she still want to return home?

Citadel of the Last Gathering Supplemental - First Two Stories Now Available!

I've added a new section to the Short Fiction tab for stories tying to the fantasy series, The Citadel of the Last Gathering. These will be short pieces connected in some way to the books - they'll contain minor characters, settings, or other elements touched on by the novels.

I think this goes without saying, but just in case: none of these will contain information necessary to follow the main story of the novels (if they did, they'd be part of the novels). But they allow me to build out the world a little more and incorporate a few ideas that didn't fit in the books.

The first two stories are now up. Both are intended to be read after the second book in the series, A Tide of Ice, though either can be read out of order or even as stand-alones.

The Truthspeaker is a short piece I originally wrote to get a better feel for setting and voice in A Tide of Ice. It's something of a prequel to most of the book, and it would work read before, after, or even as a standalone. I'm still suggesting you wait until after, but take that as a light recommendation.

The same is true of A Meeting in the Desert: this doesn't feature any characters appearing in the novels, and shouldn't spoil any plot points (though it may change your perspective on a minor piece of one character's backstory).

Happy Belated New Years!

Well, Christmas is finally over (at least by most modern standards), and the cosmic ticker has flipped forward, so I wanted to check in and say, "Hi." Also, in keeping with tradition, I put up a list ranking all the new movies I saw in 2017, from least to most favorite.

Now that the holidays are behind me, I'm back to focusing on revising the next novel. There's still a lot of work to be done, but I'm hoping to have it available before summer.