I'm also excited to report that I will be launching my fifth novel, Samael, which also happens to be my first series in April 2021. Look out for sneak previews and competitions in the near furture.
When Ella agrees to help fellow student Jonathan Trent with his audition into a mysterious magic group known as The Inner Circle, she never conceived the three freakish judges named Hellmouth, Brimstone and Blackheart were actual demons, sent by Belphegor, one of the seven archdemons of Hell to recruit Jonathan into his service.
Seduced by the lure of riches, his own Vegas show and not having to care for his aged grandparents anymore, Jonathan signs up into Belphegor’s service, and despite her own reservations Ella goes with him, in return for Belphegor making her disabled sister walk again.
As ‘The Demon Magician’ with gruesome magic tricks supplied by Belphegor that are no illusion, Jonathan gains notoriety and riches, but when he starts to behave like a demon offstage too, Ella finds the courage to leave him, but not before Jonathan enters into a new agreement with his demon master for eternal youth that requires them harvesting 100 souls.
Ella knows she has to stop him, but what can she do? Jonathan, has the power of Hell on his side and all she has is Matthew, her mum’s gorgeous gardener, who she is hoping is the angel she prayed for to save them.
Richard refuses to believe his socially awkward twin Chrissie has an unhealthy obsession with him. He’s too busy making films and having fun with his best friends, but when the twins are sent to St. Bart’s boarding school, Richard finds himself trapped in a real life psychological horror when he’s framed for stealing, and on a mission to clear his name, discovers he’s not the only actor in his family.
Donnie Darko meets Pleasantville in this dark urban fantasy about sixteen-year-old Ben Howard. When Ben accidently kills his father and is sectioned after a failed suicide attempt, he escapes the guilt by seeking solace deep within the recesses of his own mind.
Waking in a strange ethereal black and white world, where most people exist as living statues, Ben leaps from New York skyscrapers into African jungles without fear of injury, severed from his emotions, until he meets and falls in love with Alice. But, no sooner does he settle into this strange, new existence, he’s traumatically catapulted back to the brutal reality he left behind.
Nobody believes he’s spent the last six months in a Gray World. Not his neurotic mother, his policeman brother Gavin, or his friends Mitch and Wendy, and certainly not Dr. McKenzie who’s threatening to give him even more pills. They all think he’s crazy, and why wouldn’t they when he’s been in some strange coma locked up in a mental asylum?
Tammy’s got everything: wealth, designer clothes, store cards with unlimited credit, and Ralph Forrester, a drop-dead-gorgeous first-year law student who is going to take her to the end-of-term dance.
There’s only one problem: Ralph Forrester doesn’t exist. He’s only alive in the pages of the Trudy Kensington novels, and unable to face being humiliated in front of the girls she longs to be like, Tammy runs away and headfirst into trouble.
Gary’s life is spiralling out of control after Grace dies. On a mission to prove he’s nothing like his physically abusive father, he comes to Tammy’s rescue and agrees to be Ralph for just one night.
But the lie that brought them together threatens to tear them apart forever when Tammy decides to continue the deceit, and without realising it, she puts Gary’s life at risk. Determined to make things right, she sets about trying to rebuild Gary’s broken home. But has she done enough to convince him he still has a family worth living for?