Alessandra, the Oracle of Delphi, is under the control of the Supreme Magistrate, a madman determined to use her goddess-like powers to conquer deities and humans alike. Unable to confront him as she would like to, she bides her time and learns the political ropes while trying to save as many lives as possible. The implant linking her telepathically to the Supreme Magistrate begins to pull her into his madness, until she can no longer tell reality from the fictitious world he has created. With her allies exiled beyond the walls, Alessandra turns to Lantos, the Supreme Priest, a demigod as likely to betray her as help her. Lantos promises to help her on one condition – a condition she’s initially unwilling to accept.
Outside of Washington DC, Phoibe, the Silent Queen, struggles to control her rebellion. The army is fractured and unwilling to follow a teenage queen against the military might the Supreme Magistrate has spent years building. Just when she’s about to give up, she finds support where she least expects to: in the very gods she swore to expel from Earth. They’ll help her, if she calls off her war against them.
The Grotesque Prince, Adonis, has spent his life not knowing who he is. On a journey of self-discovery mandated by the goddess Artemis, he returns to the lands he once ruled. Amidst the rubble and destruction caused by the gods, he uncovers the plaque the goddess tasked him to find. Once he reads it, he understands too well the danger he’s placed everyone around him in, especially Alessandra, who woke him from slumber without understanding the consequences of such an action.
The second installment of the Theta Beginnings Miniseries is now here and FREE! (Kindle readers please note: Amazon has been slow to make books free, but the Kindle version is available from Smashwords! Links below!)
Mercenary (#2, Theta Beginnings Miniseries)
At first, hardened mercenary Niko is thrilled to watch the gods destroy the planet from the heart of the safe zone in DC, especially when he learns of the death of the man who forced him to work in the shadows. His excitement is short lived, however, when he realizes the reach of such wide scale destruction. His own son, whom he has never met, is caught in the middle of a war zone, and the one person who can guarantee his long-term safety is someone Niko knows not to trust.
For once in his life, Niko must think beyond today, and he doesn’t like what the future holds. He’s faced with an uncomfortable choice: become the father he never wanted to be, or continue to live life by his own set of rules and let the two people he cares about fall beneath the wrath of gods.
A few much needed updates! We’re in the process of updating this site and beginning a countdown to the release of “Theta” in late summer! Stay tuned for news of the upcoming, exclusive cover reveal of “Theta!”
Order “Omega” from your local bookstore!
“Omega” and “Omega Beginnings Miniseries” are both available on order from your local bookstore (or library!) as well as from Amazon.
Theta Beginnings Miniseries has launched!
“Theta Beginnings Miniseries” has launched! March-June, a new novelette will be launched each month leading up to the release of “Theta!”
Omega ebook review copies available
“Omega” ebook review copies are now available exclusively from NetGalley. Click on the book below to be taken to NetGalley!
The Omega Series saga returns. As with the Omega Beginnings Miniseries in 2015, the Theta Beginnings Miniseries precedes, “Theta,” the second main book in the series! Need to catch up? You can grab “Omega” and the “Omega Beginnings Miniseries” from your favorite ebook library and/or on order from your local book store!
Novelette. On the night of Crown Princess Phoibe’s coronation in New York, she is granted two guardians to assist her reign from among the many gods and goddesses in the Greek pantheon. Artemis, as expected, remains her fervent protector, but the identity of her second guardian is an unsettling omen of what is to come. His sudden involvement in her life marks dramatic change not only for her, but for the world.
No sooner is her new protector appointed than the longstanding peace between humanity and gods is shattered. The fourteen-year-old Queen of Greece faces a grim reality: there may be no one left alive to stop the gods from destroying everyone, if she doesn’t turn to her unwanted protector for help.
The Theta Beginnings Miniseries occurs five years before “Omega.”