Sweet Mercy

A new year brings new challenges, new opportunities, and if all goes well, a new novel. Last year I dedicated much of my writing time to a different project, a steampunk inspired, high-fantasy novel, set across five planets in the same solar system. It’s the largest, and possibly most ambitious project I’ve undertaken, but I’m … More Sweet Mercy

The New Pantheon

This was a personal art project from last year. I wanted to create a set of Tarot inspired cards that featured a “pantheon” of new goddesses, all based on my favourite ladies from fiction. While this is by no means an exhaustive list, it does bring together 12 of my most loved characters. Each character … More The New Pantheon

Three of a Kind

It’s been a while since I posted here, but it seemed like the right time for an update. I’m currently hard at work finishing up the final touches on the second book of The Ninth Circle trilogy, Strength. In honour of the upcoming release, I thought it was high time I posted some more art. So here’s … More Three of a Kind

Sol.Terra – Another World Art Competition

To celebrate the recent launch of the Sol.Terra Complete Collection I have decided to run a multimedia competition in which you can win a Free Copy of the book for yourself! This competition is open to both visual and literature artists, and is being run through DeviantArt. Enter either a drawing, painting, or short story (under 1500 … More Sol.Terra – Another World Art Competition

The Ninth Circle is Available on NetGalley

My project The Ninth Circle is another serial novel, like Sol.Terra, and I have some exciting news. The Ninth Circle has just been made available on NetGalley for pre-release reading and reviewing. NetGalley is an online site used by many publishers to distribute their upcoming titles to an audience of bloggers, reviewers, teachers, and booksellers, worldwide, to … More The Ninth Circle is Available on NetGalley

Sabriet

This weekend I decided to bust out the watercolour paints. I haven’t used watercolours in more years than I can remember, but I felt like getting into it anyway. When I uncovered one of my old sketch pads, I discovered a pencil outline of a character from an old WIP novel that I had all … More Sabriet