Fiction is like a spider’s web, attached ever so slightly perhaps, but still attached to life at all four corners. Often the attachment is scarcely perceptible.
The Shulim Cycle
Devon James is a high school senior who is changing. He’s ready for the idea that life is about to different, but he’s fairly certain what he’s experiencing isn’t the norm. He’s larger, he’s stronger, his eyes are even different colors – or was that just waking up? He is treated to strange dreams, new obsessions, and knowledge that he didn’t have before.
Dahlia is a psychic vampire. She thrives on anonymity, feeding discreetly from the buffet of emotions that a high school cultivates. When murders begin occurring in Eduli Square, across the street from her home, that anonymity is threatened. She is also aware of the changes that Devon is going through and senses something familiar in him. Are the changes Devon is going through merely a ghost of her past, or is there something darker waking up and hungering?
“Ur Shulim rises from the mists of the past. It spins its web and calls them. The general, the queen, the broken prince, the estranged goddess. They heed its call, not even hearing the siren song of their doom.”
Eduli Springs is a quiet, North Atlanta suburb situated along the Chattahoochee River. It is the perfect place to start your life and raise a family, with its affluent communities, historic sites …
… and dark secrets.
Susan has everything that she has ever wanted – her beautiful children, a new loving husband. After years of loneliness, of fearing the past and the future, she can finally relax, knowing that everything is well. Now she navigates a new marriage and the complex relationship between her daughter and her new stepson. All the while, she tries to be the one constant for them all – a safe shore on the turbulent seas of adolescence and college.
Book of Susan is the second novel of The Shulim Cycle. Life – all of existence is a complex cycle with Ur Shulim reaching its shadow over Atlanta.
Harbin & Klai
Harbin and Klai are moving from the college dorms into their own downtown office, officially opening their own paranormal investigations office. They have the help of Harbin’s wealthy grandmother and her Society connections, but they come with a price – being the display centerpiece at Society functions.
Still, our investigators cannot pass up the opportunity to get inside Mooreland Hall. The house is famed for hauntings and mysterious disappearances. They cannot take their big equipment, but then again, when the ghosts come to you, who needs clunky machines?