Just a reminder that Portal to Gaming and The King and Queen of Wands are available for purchase on Amazon Kindle and Barnes and Noble NOOK.
Portal to Gaming is the first in the Arc of Fantasy a six-book science-fiction/fantasy series and is set in a distant shining and idyllic future. The story follows nineteen-year-old college student Fen Willows, son of Professors Farold and Victorie Amie Willows, two universally renowned alien archeaologists, as his world starts to tumble apart. The idyllic life is not for Fen. He longs for excitement and travel, to join his parents on their excavations, but war with an alien race known as the Salmorians keeps him on Earth. The break-up with his boyfriend doesn’t help matters any. To distract him from his loneliness and broken heart, Fen takes to the gaming simulators of Portal to Gaming. His best friends, twin brothers Daniel and Wolfgang Evans, join him.
It is there Fen’s life starts to turn upside down. A stranger approaches him from behind and utters three words Fen never expected.
“Draw your sword.”
Before the fight can take place, Fen is transported back to the real world and told the man doesn’t exist. The phenomena do not stop there.
In the midst of this and unknown to Fen, his parents harbor secrets, ones that will change the universe and the course of Fen’s life. Forever.
Portal to Gaming and Arc of Fantasy are coming of age stories and are for science-fiction and fantasy fans who want to see a different set of heroes mixed in with the traditional. Enjoy playing video games as well? These stories will be for you!
Portal to Gaming is currently in ebook format only and is priced at $3.99
Arc of Fantasy will contain multiple worlds, magic, and adventure. The Sons of Thor is the second story in the series and follows Daniel and Wolfgang Evans as they try to understand what’s happened to them and as they make their way to the legendary twin-headed fire wyvern of King Lopt in hopes of returning home.
The King and Queen of Wands is a fantasy short story revolving around Ragnarök and the clashing of worlds.
Rumors are circulating around Asgard – Loki and his son, the dire wolf Fenris, have broken free of their bonds. The time for Ragnarök, their doom, is at hand, thus putting the Gods of Asgard on edge.
Loki and Fenris never show.
For weeks, the Gods wait and prepare, wait and prepare, only for the impossible to happen.
After three long, harsh winters, spring, wonderrul, colorful spring blooms. The change of events disturbs Odin, Allfather and King of Asgard, and he decides to investigate the truth behind the rumors. With his son Thor, he heads to the cavern where Loki and his son were bound away.
Zeus has it made. He is the King of Olympus and all the Gods. Even his elder brothers bow to his might. He has a beautiful wife in Hera, the worship of the mortals, and kingdom filled with plenty of food. The lives are the mortals are his to play with as he deems fit. Life is grand for there are no others like him.
Or so he assumes.
Everything changes the moment Hermes approaches him and says words he never expects to hear. There are trespassers in Olympus. Worse, they are stealing from the sacred groves, and they are not mortals. Curious and a bit angered, he sets out with Artemis and Athena to capture the thieves and to bring them to justice.
Loki is hungry. For centuries, he and his family have had little to nothing to eat. For centuries, he’s sworn vengeance upon the Gods of Asgard for their slights and insults and for the deaths of his sons, Narvi and Vali. However, things have changed. His wife, Sigyn, needs food more than she does vengeance for the loss of their children, and Loki intends to care for her. Fortunately for him, he’s stumbled into a land where food is plentiful and the weather warm. No one will mind if he takes a few things here and there.
Worlds are about to collide with interesting and devastating consequences.
The King and Queen of Wands is for fans of Greek and Norse mythologies alike, for fans of Odin and Zeus, Thor and Loki. The story is currently available in ebook format only and is priced at $2.99
Snow in Olympus is the sequel to The King and Queen of Wands and is the start of a seven book series.
I’ve also made a minor change to the Arc of Fantasy series. As you may have noticed, I’m dropping the “h”. I thank my sister for the concept. I love it. I just wwant the series name to be more appropriate for what I’m doing.