Sunday, December 7, 2014

Descent (The Birthrite Series, #1) is FINALLY released!

Hey all!

I am happy and ecstatic to officially announce that after blood, sweat, a lot of coffee, a few tears, and an irritating computer issues that needed fixed, the first book in The Birthrite Series (my labor of love). Descent (The Birthrite Series, #1) is officially released!

Right now, it is only available on Smashwords, but I'll keep you posted when it is released elsewhere. I'm also looking forward to releasing the novella, Sacred Atonement before the year is out and starting my Vixen (Flappers, #1) recaps on this blog.

Thank you to everyone that continues to express interest in the series and I really hope you enjoy the first installment. :)






Available at Smashwords and soon other retailers. :)

The Birthrite Series is a journey into the vast unknown, and plunges deep into the darkest crevices of the mind, begging the question of what sanity really is and if the insane truly are. Are we really shown the whole truth of what surrounds us or is it an illusion? It also tells of deep-rooted love, planted centuries ago...
Descent is only the beginning


Visions of infant twin boys, clouds, a young woman taking her own life, and a collision of space, time, and realms...
On the eve of Summer Solstice in 1844, four men in different areas of the world share an experience that ends up impacting not only their own lives, but those of the future generations.
Nicolae Ganoush, a young fugitive from a Romani slave village in Romania escapes into the night with his younger brother, and battles with inner demons and a murderous act that will haunt him until the end of his days.
Jonathan Blake is an eighteen-year-old Irishman living in the American Midwest. After meeting and falling in love with an American Native girl, his life with her will take a turn that begins to slowly unravel an ancient truth behind their lineages.
When James Livingston agrees to help sponsor an orphanage being built by his good friends, the Flemings, he views it as yet another project to enrich the new growing town of Plains, New York. But an experience he has in room 410 inside one of the buildings on the property will make him question everything he believes. And the troubles may be much closer to home than thought.
In Tuxpan, Mexico, twelve-year-old Hector de Fuentes discovered a mysterious cave hidden amongst a pocket of a large rock formation at the end of the coastline. Now at sixteen, it has become a place for him to think, read, and escape from the outside world. But Hector also has visions, seeing people and places that nobody else can. And being at the cave seems to enhance that ability…

In the year 1931, seventeen-year-old Dorothy Blake is living in Plains, New York. The Fleming Orphanage has long fallen into disuse but is kept by the town as a landmark. The buildings loom high on a hill, overlooking the town and taunting the townsfolk with its folklore. On Halloween night, Dorothy goes up there with friends. The group of six expect nothing more than a good time and a few laughs. But they instead fall to a dark, brutal evil; one that extends far beyond the orphanage and the town of Plains. The descent is only the beginning… 






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