Ravages of Honor: Conquest (Book 1)
Syteria was kidnapped as a child. The Rhoans enslaved her, brainwashed and masculinized her in order to turn her into a soldier against her will. Despite this, she has not forgotten who or what she is.
Ravages of Honor: Ascension (Book 2)
House Dobromil has stood against the emperor since the beginning. For generations, they have defied tyrannical edicts and stood up for donai and humans.
Dominion: A Ravages of Honor Novella
The fading chaos of rebellion gives rise to a new power. Rival Houses compete for precious knowledge essential to the donai’s survival.
Featherlight: A Ravages of Honor Novella
Lady Valeria Yedon, the emperor’s favorite assassin, thought herself free. But in the Imperium, oaths of fealty have no expiration date. The burdens of duty and honor bind everything, and everyone, together.
Promethea Invicta: A Novella
Theia Rhodos stands ready to free humanity from the shackles that keep lunar resources out of her reach. Done taking “no” for an answer, she acts boldly, ready to sacrifice everything. Only the gods of scarcity, woe and lament stand in her way.Everything in life has a cost. And a price.
Catching the Dark: An Alt History Short Story
Sixteen-year-old Natalya loves to fly, to soar. And now she gets to. As the youngest member of the Tsarina’s Own Night Bomber regiment. A short story for anyone who loves WW2 alt-history, aviation, and stories about heroism.
The Heretic: A Joan of Arc Alt History Short Story
Jehanne, a peasant girl from Lorraine, aims to fulfill the prophecy by crowning a king.
But crowns do not make a king. Neither does Jehanne’s obedience to God. History tells us that Joan of Arc burned at the stake. What if history is wrong?
Pretending to Sleep: A Communism Survivor’s Short Story
Based on actual events, this short story provides a quick glimpse into life under Ceaucescu’s brutal communist regime.
Rejection 101: A Writer’s Guide
Writing and rejection go hand-in-hand. Told by a first-time workshop participant, “Rejection 101: A Writer’s Guide” goes into why a rejection is an opinion, not a death sentence.