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Soon, and hopefully before the end of the year, I will be releasing a novella titled Grimoire Game.

When two new college students, Austin and Caleb, can’t find a book of occult magic in their school’s ancient library, they decide to write their own as a game. They fill the grimoire with nonsense words and ridiculous ingredients, but when they try their first spell it works with frightening force.

 With each new spell they cast, the results become more unpredictable. Can they contain the power they have unleashed before it spins out of control?

I’ll provide an additional update once the exact release date is known.

The final review process for my latest novel, Peripheral, went more smoothly than I anticipated.  As a result, it will be available for purchase as an e-book in the next day or so.  The print version won’t be far behind.  If you’re looking for a quick Halloween read that isn’t terribly scary, I’d recommend checking this book out!

Peripheral:

“When Jim and Emma meet late one night, instead of a romantic rendezvous they are confronted by strange sights.  Shadows seen at the edge of sight turn into men who stalk them.  No one else, even Abby, Emma’s twin sister, can see them.  Are they ghosts, illusion, or something else?

When Emma disappears, Jim must search for answers, with the help of an emotionally fragile Abby.

Sometimes the answers we seek aren’t hidden in the shadows.  Sometimes, although they are in plain sight, they remain peripheral.”