To my Black friends, family, neighbors, fellow humans: I stand behind you, with you, beside you, before you - wherever you need. I support you. Like many of us, I'm trying to determine how I can use my privilege to support Black voices in this ongoing, escalating battle. Here is a list of resources that … Continue reading No justice, no peace.
As promised, here's the first installment to this unreleased Catalyst Moon novella. Enjoy! 😁 ONE Atanar held Ruuk’s gaze and prayed the snow lion’s death would be swift. Although he could not hear Ruuk’s thoughts, he knew the proud beast’s heart and saw the fear in those vivid blue eyes – a mirror of his … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part One)
Hi there! So, it has been a while since my last post, naturally. Unlike previous times, there is a reason, but I'm not quite ready to share the details of my personal life to this extent. Suffice it to say that much in my life has changed, but I'm still 100% oriented toward all things … Continue reading Introducing: The Catalyst Moon Fan Collective! 😁
Get yours here: US | UK | DE | CA | JP | AU Every book is a journey of sorts, for the author as much as the reader. Storm is important, not just because of the characters' struggles, but also on a deeply personal level for me. Storm is the first book I've completely … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Storm is live! (plus Feelings About Things)
Howdy, As of writing this post at the end of November, 2020, the fifth and final book in this story arc is being edited. I wanted to share a sneak peek with y'all, because frankly, you've earned it after the hellish year we've all had. Tentative launch date for Book 5 is mid-July of 2021. … Continue reading Catalyst Moon #5 – sneak peek!
Intro | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight | Nine | Ten | Eleven | Twelve THIRTEEN The village was called Fash. They arrived just as dusk was falling, far later than Ged and Merti would have preferred. A wheel had gotten stuck in … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part Thirteen)
Intro | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight | Nine | Ten | Eleven TWELVE Sunlight crept down Whitewater City's vast array of buildings, which rose like echoes of distant mountain peaks. There were so many. Atanar had been unable to stop craning his neck trying … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part Twelve)
I started writing this AU (alternate universe) story many years ago. ALCHEMY was meant to be a scifi, cyberpunk retelling of the story that wound up being the first three books in the CATALYST MOON series (Incursion, Breach, and Storm.) I'm planning on revisiting the concept one day, but for now, please enjoy this short … Continue reading Alchemy – A Catalyst Moon AU
This is a short story set after the events of Storm (Catalyst Moon - Book 3). I love Cobalt, and wanted to give him a little place all his own. Enjoy! THE OATH It was a week after Cobalt’s field promotion; a week since his predecessor’s arrest. Talon was well on her way to the … Continue reading The Oath
Intro | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight | Nine | Ten ELEVEN Both Ged and Merti bowed low as the young woman approached. The Circle priestess wore a long cloak, one side white, one side black, and somehow managed to keep the white side pristine … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part Eleven)
Intro | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight | Nine TEN A cloud of dust signaled the caravan's approach. Atanar, who had been alternating positions in front of and behind Ged and Merti's wagon, did not see it until Ged shouted a greeting in a language … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part Ten)
Intro | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven | Eight NINE Surely, he was dreaming, for his mother hummed a lullaby and the scent of sage hung in the air. Both of those were hallmarks of Atanar's childhood; white sage was often burned to calm young children or … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part Nine)
Intro | One | Two | Three | Four | Five | Six | Seven Happy reading! 😘 EIGHT There were so many stars. How many hours had he and Nel stared at them, trading stories of each cluster and pinprick of light? No one knew exactly what stars were, of course; some claimed they … Continue reading Catalyst Moon: Exile (Part Eight)