The Devil’s on Sale for .99!

Meet Byron. He’s a total psychopath. Find out if he gets what he deserves in this brutally graphic, paranormal psycho-romp at Amazon for .99 (US/UK only) until January 14th, 2018. :)

Tags: Graphic torture, rape, forced incest, paranormal, murder, more murder, very murdery… This is not a romance. read an excerpt here.

Buy it here


Max – On Sale Now!

Do you like twisted, sordid stories full of manipulation and depravity?

Max is on sale at Amazon US for $0.99 / Amazon UK for £0.99 until May 12, 2017.

And the best part? Get Max for less than a buck and tack on the Audiobook narrated by Nick J Russo for just $1.99

Folks who dislike unhealthy relationships, are sensitive to consent ambiguity, or have eurotophobia should take a big step back from this story.

It’s dark… ish and full of mindfuckery.

Substance abuse, pornography, violence, cheating, unprofessional behaviour, criminal intent, abuse… and good lord, the lies.

Get your copy now!

A Valentine’s Day Miracle: Better the Devil You Know is now available for Kindle

Buy it from Amazon (but please read the excerpt first)


So, a little over five months ago, I contacted Amazon to ask them about the ban on Better the Devil You Know. Basically I asked if the faux pas I committed was categorizing it under “erotica” when it really should be under “horror”. I got a form letter reply back saying that they would look into it and not to ask again about it.

I didn’t think I would ever hear back, honestly.

Then, yesterday, I got an email from someone there saying that if I put only under “horror” they would accept it.



Can you tell I’m excited?

It’s available right now from the CreateSpace eStore. It will be available at Amazon (all stores) in 5-7 business days and in the expanded distribution channels in 6-8 Weeks.

There’s just something really neat about holding your very first book. Having it on your Kindle is one thing… but holding the physical version in your hand? That’s special.


So… in another vein:

There are definite downsides to not reading your own genre. For one, I don’t know what are considered clichés or just overdone in romance/erotica. For another, I can’t recommend work like my own because I don’t know who else writes historical fantasy romance erotica (if that’s what mine is). That’s what happened this week – a fan contacted me asking if I had suggestions to tide them over until I finish the sequel to Caged. I had no idea what to say.

Sorry N – maybe someone will respond to this post with suggestions. I will let you know.