Still Alive!

I just realized that it’s been over two years since I posted here. Sorry about that. I’ve been busy and posting over at but forgot that some of you don’t follow me there. Where’s Tanyth? All three of the Tanyth Fairport Adventures are now available in paper and ebook. You can get them on […]

The Call Is Out!

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s out on Kindle now. I’m getting the other formats set up and putting the paperback version together. You can find it now at Zypheria’s Call. Thanks for all your patience.

Zypheria’s Call

I’m soooo close. I have just the last four chapters’ worth of copy edits to load and then the format and layout before I can upload to Amazon, etc. My apologies for this delay. A.C. Crispin’s announcement yesterday pretty much took most of my day as people contacted me to find out what my response […]

A Little Taste

I’m almost at the point where I can format the book for print. In the meantime, I’ve started recording and here’s a little taste of what’s coming with Zypheria’s Call – A Tanyth Fairport Adventure: Book 2.

Will You Answer The Call?

Zypheria’s Call, that is. The manuscript is with the copy editors now and I’m clearing the decks for audio production. I’m cautiously optimistic that this will be out around the first of August. I’d love to have it ready in time for Lughnassadh (also called Lammas), the cross-quarter celebration for the wheat harvest. At 100,000 […]

Zypheria’s Call

I’m well into the second draft now and looking at month end to have this next part of Tanyth’s story available. Unlike other releases, I’m going to do all of them at once–print, ebook, and audio. (Sorry, limited edition hardcovers will have to wait for the third book in the series.) It’s wonderful seeing the […]

Zypheria’s Call

Welcome to all the new readers! The promotion was a startling success and I’m so pleased that so many of you took advantage of the offer. I’ve already had a lot of questions about “when’s the next book coming?” Well, I’ve already got the cover art done, thanks to Kip Ayers. The text itself was […]