ORIGINS OF THE BLACK IDOL

The book that started it all! Journey back in time to the 1920's in the deep jungles of India as Julius Godom hunts for an elusive artifact which has the power to unlock knowledge from beyond!

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SHATTERED GODS

Julius is on the hunt again, this time in Germany, chasing a relic from Ancient Egypt. When he learns of the dark forces at work inside the shattered Weimar Republic, he must act fast or be pull down with their schemes.

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ECHOES OF THE DEEP

Deep in recovery after the events in Germany, Julius must come to grips with his path, and where the hunt for the idol takes him next - home.

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Chaos isn’t a pit

  “Chaos isn’t a pit. Chaos is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail and never get to try it again. The fall breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb. They refuse. They cling to the realm, or the gods, or love. Illusions. Only the ladder is real. The climb

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The End of Days

What if today was your last day on Earth? What if you knew it and couldn’t do anything about it? There’s an old quote which goes something like “if a man convinces himself he’s going to die, he’ll surely find a way to do it.” – is it true? I’m not sure anyone knows. I

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Doldrums

I’ve hit a wall of sorts this week. My excitement levels, tempered as they are, have bottomed out into the pool of cold gel where melancholy awaits. I wish I knew what for. I spent some of the week sitting at my home office, doing my day work wondering what it was all for. Any

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Into the wild

It took me longer to press the send button than I thought it would. I almost held my finger back and made another excuse from the long list of Author Excuses™ because sending your manuscript out is terrifying on several levels. Even to beta readers. People you know and trust in their opinions. Once you

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Pharma

I like many of my fellow Americans use prescription drugs. I have for many years struggled with a medical issue which arrived in childhood. I need this medication on a near daily basis, and I consider myself lucky enough to be able to afford it. I have a good job outside of my writing dreams.

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Frames of Mind

  Lately my brain has had more than a few puzzles cycling through it. There’s a system out there which I cannot mention, a secret locked anyway in the universe of thought which will not lend its secrets so easy, that I must solve. And worse yet, I believe this system – this puzzle played

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