Book One / 2018
It is 2011 as eighteen-year-old David Thorn nurtures big dreams of fame and college football. But when he breaks his arm the first week of his senior year, his life and his dreams explode into a million pieces.
Now forced to face his new reality, David sits on the bank of a hidden lake on his grandpa’s ranch and contemplates an empty future. Desperate for hope, David opens his heart to the God he has mostly avoided, but the heavens are silent—or so he thinks. As dark thoughts fill his mind, they suddenly begin appearing as words inside a semitransparent stone lying by the water. Bewildered and shocked, he shamefully reads his thoughts. But as his own thoughts fade from the smooth rock, someone else’s takes their place. In a miraculous way, David soon realizes that the living stone called an Airlis has linked him with Elli, a young angel in another time and dimension fighting battles of her own. As they courageously summon the courage to face their obstacles together, neither realizes how much their friendship will forever change their lives.
Airlis is a tale of love, faith, friendship, and family as a teenager and an angel are connected through a living stone that inspires each of them to reach for something more.
"This has one of the best love stories I've ever read. I had a hard time putting the book down. The dialogue is very captivating and the premise is fascinating. I highly recommend Airlis!"
Book Two / 2019
The story of “Airlis”, though complete, is far from concluded. The earth has more than one living stone, and when light shines brightly, shadows are never far away.
For darkness has power, too.
When Ryan Bracken—a researcher of phenomena and folklore for the United States government—stumbles upon a black diamond with strange qualities, he is soon on his way to a remote lake in British Columbia to discover more.
But when his satellite phone stops working, Elizabeth, his only child, tries to suppress the mounting fear that something horrible has happened. Surrounded by unfamiliar cousins and a thousand miles from home, she is forced to reach for help beyond herself.
In “Kirus”, shadows of the paranormal collide with truth as Liz uncovers what really happened. What should she believe? What is she willing to do? If she wants to save her father, she must cross an unknown realm … and face the demons that lurk there.
Xyros / Book Three
This will conclude the story of the living stones. What happens when a living stone is chipped into a blade? Can the warriors of light defeat the tide of darkness that is coming to contest the return of the "King of Kings?"
Xyros is written, but is still in roughdraft form. It is projected to be published in 2020.