Stand Alone Novels

Extraordinary Souls (2020) - Young Adult Mystery Fantasy Fiction

Extraordinary Souls


Welcome to Edward Sinclair’s School of the Supernatural and Extraordinary, where the students and faculty are nothing less than you’d expect them to be. Wizards, witches, genies, leprechauns, and more find themselves within its walls as they learn to master the art of magic by using the powers within them to their advantage.

When Silas Ambrosius starts attending Edward Sinclair’s School of the Supernatural and Extraordinary, he immediately rises to the top. Being the son of one of the most powerful wizards to ever live, Silas is hailed as the same hero his father Merlin had been. It only makes sense that when darkness begins to stir, Silas should be the one to save the day.

Sarah Kennedy also attends Edward Sinclair’s School of the Supernatural and Extraordinary, but not for the same reasons as Silas. Sarah has no powers, no special abilities, and is overall simply and plainly average. In a school like this one though, being average means sticking out. 

When students start going missing and the faculty try to cover it up, these two opposites find themselves working together with a nymph, a demon, a Christmas elf, and a demigod to investigate the disappearances and catch the culprit before the world they know is changed forever. 





Geek Gods (2018) - Young Adult Mythological Fantasy Fiction






Outcast Cait Fields knew she was the only one at Godley Area High School that knew the new kids hadn’t been there all along. Math geek Zeke Bolton knew he was a god, but without his thunder bolt, he was powerless to do anything about it.

When Cait confronts Zeke, the two instantly butt heads on their mission to find out what happened and how to fix it. Cait thinks Zeke is either insane or messing with her, and Zeke feels that a mortal has no business in the lives of the gods.

But when their first student of interest, internet sensation and possible goddess of love and beauty Alice Cunningham, livestreams her suicide after a disaster interaction with Cait and Zeke, the two realize that the only way their questions will be answered is if they work together. 

Having to remind the other five new students of their godly identities, find Zeke’s thunder bolt, and identify the mysterious man tracking their every move, Cait and Zeke will have to learn to put their differences aside before these geek gods become geeks for good.