About the Books

The Kanta Chronicles 

In the land of Bolfodier, the kingdom of Braria is ruled by the House of Kanta.

This Chronicle covers the lives of four members of the House of Kanta over two generations as each tries to survive the trials of leadership, destiny and love.

Through the good times and the bad, their family sticks together as their pasts come to haunt them, for even the nicest people have dark secrets.

The world of Bolfodier is quite different from our own. Most importantly, it has magic and the existence of their divinities is never in doubt. But what really sets Bolfodier apart are these facts: the sun rises in the north and sets in the south; the days are 25 hours long, each hour still being 60 minutes, all other units of time are the same, with the exception of there being 14 months in a year and each month is 30 days long; and finally, the more north you go the warmer it gets, and vice versa with the south.


The Kanta Chronicles can be purchased at these links:




Supernaturalis Mortem

In A.D. 390, magic is everywhere. As is a fear of it. In an attempt to bring back their religion to the newly Christian Rome, three witches curse local leaders of the Empire’s new religion to be the victim of demon hauntings, possessions and, eventually, death. Can the Iracundus family survive the witches’ curse? Can the witches succeed in their revenge?

Growing up a witch was always something Medea had enjoyed and valued, despite her family’s mistreatment of her. And when her mother and grandmother said that something needed to be done about the way their town treated them and those of their faith, Medea agreed wholeheartedly. But when they told her of their plan for vengeance, Medea started to have her doubts. As she tries to have her family see her point of view, while still having their quest for vengeance satiated, Medea will have to make choices that will not only affect her, but her family, enemies and their town.

(Links on where to buy will be posted once the book is published)