Review: Stalking Shadows

Dunewell and Jonas pursue the last villain on Jonas’s list…a Shadow Blade. Will the Lord of Order and the Grey Spider be up to the task of tracking and killing a master assassin?

Meanwhile, Lady Dru wrestles with her newfound powers as a Blood Lord and Master Vampire. Will she be able to control those new powers as she and Silas plan their attack on the infamous Blue Tower, which has stood impregnable for millennia?

Join them as the Bloodlines Reforged Saga continues in Stalking Shadows, book IV in the Lords of Order & Chaos Series (Book VII in the Bloodlines Reforged Saga).

Review: Wyrmrider Boxed Set

Four books of mermaids, sea dragons, vampires, and voodoo fill this urban fantasy adventure box set. You mess with this Southern belle…and she’ll ring yours all the way to dinner.

Joni Campbell was raised on faith, family, and chicken fried steak. But when she falls under a dragon’s curse, she has only one option: She must seek her ancestors in the mer-kingdom of Fomoria. But is she the one who needs saving, or do they need her, curse and all, if they hope to save their world?


Wyrmrider Ascending (Book One)

Larger than dragons. Nastier than snakes. Terrifying as hell. The wyrms have escaped the void. They threaten the underwater mer-kingdom of Fomoria and the city of New Orleans. But are the wyrms the biggest threat to emerge from the void? Will Joni be able to tame the wyrms? It may be the only chance she has to take down the voidbringer.

Wyrmrider Vengeance (Book Two)

Zombie sharks! What the…? When someone animates zombie corpses, the newly crowned Fomorian Queen, Joni Campbell, has to find the caplata behind it all. Can she stop the sea-zombie apocalypse before the ocean falls, or worse, the pandemic spreads to the land?

Wyrmrider Justice (Book Three)

Time-traveling ghost-pirates…just when you thought you’d seen it all. These are more than cursed pirates aboard Jack Sparrow’s Black Pearl. They are commanded by a caplata, and they have their sights on more than Fomoria. They want to unmake the world. But how can Joni and the wyrmriders possibly stop them when everything the ghost-pirate fleet encounters gets absorbed into their world-devastating armada?

Wyrmrider Academy (Book Four)

With a new brood of wyrms coming of age, more wyrmriders need to be trained. But as a half-human and an outsider, not all of the Fomorian Wyrmriders accept Joni’s rule. Now, it’s not a threat from without that threatens Fomorian but one from within. Can Joni and the wyrmriders quell the rebellion?

Review: Spinning Briar

Being an International Time Travel Agent requires absolute obedience. The smallest change in history could completely destroy the present.

When Charul Shazad loses the trail of the Mirror, a time-traveling vigilante, both history and his career are put on the line. Unwilling to lose everything, Charul takes on the dangerous renegade alone and finds himself marooned in a forgotten forest. But Charul isn’t one to give up. Could the vine covered castle in the distance hold the secret to capturing the Mirror once and for all?

Dorothea Wild is the Mirror’s newest right-hand programmer. After spending 40 years in a high-security ITTA prison cell, accepting the renegade’s job offer was an easy decision. But, saving people in the past isn’t all she wants. A big enough mission could undermine the authority of ITTA, allowing her sweet retribution on the company that ruined her life.

Fleur de Doue was never meant to exist, at least that’s what the Mirror’s assistants tell her. To avoid being erased from history, she helps the Mirror surround her castle in wires and brambles. But, just because the Mirror enabled her birth doesn’t mean he has the right to control her fate. Could it be that he made a mistake and Fleur doesn’t belong in the past?

Review: Shattered Snow

In 2069, time-travel is restricted to observation and research. But Keltson Grammar doesn’t mind breaking a few laws. Known only as “The Mirror”, Keltson runs an underground empire that rescues unfortunate souls throughout history. However, a single misstep could send an entire agency to reinstate his clients to their original dismal fates.

Lilia Vaschenko is a Russian mechanic surrounded by cinderblock towers, ladders she cannot climb, and a glass ceiling that holds her down like a casket. She’ll do anything to escape – even work for the world’s most wanted renegade.

Margaretha is a young countess, destined to be poisoned at 21. But when she discovers a mysterious mirror in the woods that transforms the world into shadows and ice, her future shatters. Chased from her familiar home, will she ever find where she truly belongs?

Review: Entanglement

Click play on the playlist, and check your dimension tables.

Track One: In the construction site behind the building where data analyst Vanessa works, a door frame was discovered buried a few feet below the ground.

Track Two: After a catastrophic job interview for an entry-level position, Noah stumbles out of the bathroom pantsless and into Vanessa.

Track Three: An unknown dormant connection is re-shared.

Error in track order.

Track Number Unknown: Neither of their lives are what they believed them to be.

Track Number Error: In an attempt to understand themselves, a night of drinking leads to the two of them stumbling through the door frame behind Vanessa’s work. The next day Noah is Vanessa’s boss, and the world as they know it isn’t the same.

Error in dimension table….

Review: Santa of the Dead

Santa fighting zombies… I mean, do I really need to write more? Fine…then hold on to the nearest hard reindeer cock, things are about to get red jolly suit tinselly weird.

On a routine Christmas eve, after a fight with the new Mrs. Claus, who I’m obligated to point out has a great rack…boobs I mean, not reindeer, Santa finds himself drunk, cranky, and living in his past…did I mention he’s cranky? And, grumpy as shit, and preloaded will the latest Christmas profanities.

After a poor start to his only real day working all year, Santa against his analytic department’s best-laid plans, overrides the sleigh’s autopilot and makes a pit stop at the only house whose cookies he’s ever loved. A poor landing and ironman-like entrance into the house later, Santa stumbles into something he had no desire to be part of – at least that he knows of. See, Santa isn’t who you think he is…not that he really knows either. Did I mention the thing he stumbles drunkenly into was zombies? Because it is. Zombies on Christmas eve…Santa Claus fighting f—–g zombies.

This surprisingly emotional and frightening vulgar novella will be on the top of every zombie and Christmas-loving listeners’ list. Snuggled deep in the Aurora Wasteland, Vaughn Ashby’s literary universe, this is a stand-alone novella that fits into the larger narrative.

Review: Tethered

There is a ghost penis monster and a giant hell spider in this book, you’ve been warned!

In 1982, Moe killed a man while defending his son. The next day the man came back. In 1982, Moe went missing. The man continued to come back. In 2014, events are repeating themselves.

In a race against time, reason, and more time, Shane has to unwind mysteries of the past in order to save his friend Jason who has gone missing.

Ugh…that sounds heavy. While all the above is true, this book also has a ghost dick monster that stabs his ghost dick into a guy’s shoulder…seriously, that actually happens in this book.

Also, the main dude Shane, mentioned a couple paragraphs above, well he and his wife are having issues. They both want to bang more, but they aren’t good about talking about it, so it’s this whole thing. Anyway, they are cute together by the end, wow…is that a spoiler?

Anyway, this book has laughs, sex, monsters, mysteries, and a dick ton of other really cool stuff that I won’t spoil here. You want to be cool right? Well, then you better listen to this book, I mean all your cool friends already have. Don’t ask them, just trust me.

The first book in the Aurora Wasteland Literary Universe, which combines horror, sci-fi, and humor.

All books in the Aurora Wasteland Literary Universe are interconnected but are also stand-alone novels, and can be listened to in any order you’d like.

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