Shadow’s Fall is the third and final novel in the Shadow series
trilogy. This tale contains strong elements of horror, following the path of a
small group of heroes who must work together to prevent an ancient evil’s
Priest Urkhrist has settled to his task as the keeper of Beauwallin’s prison.
With his long-time friend and companion, Vorgren, guarding his back, and the
spymaster’s apprentice, Tara Bloodthorn, acting as his representative in the
city of Thargood, he had thought the battle over, but something is wrong.
Beauwallin stirs within his prison, and wizards, priests and sorcerers are
being taken from Thargood’s streets. The pattern is similar to the one they saw
when Beauwallin attempted to break free the last time. Gilzereet must find out
if the Old One is trying to escape, again, and discover how he is garnering the
power to do so—and then he must try to find a way to defeat him, to succeed,
where a pantheon of gods has already failed.
Published on: June 01, 2013
Morning is the
story of a teen who goes the extra mile so his mum can feel safe. Early morning
starts, and standing around in the mist in the middle of winter, however, are
one thing; trolls are another. When magic returns to the world and the trolls
come, too, how is Daniel going to get his mum to see sense? Troll-Mist
Morning is the first book in the series exploring what happens When
Published: 2 June 2013
When Daniel’s mum wakes him at five-thirty in
the morning, he knows it’s so she can go and take photographs. It doesn’t seem
to matter how many times he points out that most photographers take their early
morning shots in perfect safety, his mum just can’t feel safe—so Daniel goes
with her, even when its early and cold and the mist hasn’t cleared. Especially
when the mist hasn’t cleared. Muggers, Daniel can handle, but what on Earth is
he going to do about trolls?
Troll-Mist Morning is about family, and caring for
even the crazy members. It’s about a young person who looks after his mum, even
when he doesn’t see the same kind of dangers.
Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat
In a world where magic has only just returned, a serial killer is on the loose. Wielding a form of magic that drains the fertility and life from his victims, he stalks Australia’s southernmost capital, Hobart. Officer Catriona ‘Kitty’ Cordello and her ex-pat American partner, Charles Herbert, use their growing skill at detecting and identifying magic to try and track him down. When Special Investigator Seranefret arrives from Egypt at the behest of a seer, they meet the one man who might be able to identify their target—and steal Kitty’s heart. But Sera is on a mission from the gods, and he has been told he cannot fail. Will his dedication to the task make him blind to Kitty’s need? And what part is Charles intended to play? Having failed with Kitty once, how does he feel about the idea of Sera standing by her side?
Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat is an erotic romance set in a time when magic has returned to a mundane world, of travelling across the Fields of Time, and of an enemy ruthless enough to betray his brother and attempt to dominate an unsuspecting world. It contains elements of ménage, light bondage and explicit sex scenes set against a backdrop of the modern world and Egyptian myth.
Pussy Cat, Pussy Cat is currently available at Smashwords, Kobo, Amazon-Kindle, iTunes and Nook. It is available as an e-book and print-on-demand paperback.
Published on: June 8, 2013
Magick on the Forest’s Edge
Forced to flee with her village, priestly apprentice, Althessa, discovers that danger comes in many guises and salvation is often unexpected. When their undead pursuers are slain by an unknown force, Althessa assists her mistress in consecrating their remains to ensure they cannot return from the dead, yet again. But magick calls from a nearby forest, and another life is in danger. One of those responsible for bringing down their pursuers is balanced on the edge of death. With the priests too busy to assist, and only her wizardly brother to help her, can Althessa perform the healing required, or will the attempt bring death to all who dare it?
Magick on the Forest’s Edge is a fantasy short story, where two children investigate a magical alarm, and face the consequences of trying to do the right thing against great odds.
C.M. Simpson: Short Stories and Poems from 2012
This is a collection of all the short stories C.M. Simpson published and wrote in 2012. Many of these pieces can be found in earlier anthologies or on C.M. Simpson’s blog, but some have not previously been published. Genres range from paranormal urban fantasy to dark fantasy to space opera and comedic science fiction and magic realism. With tales ranging from her earliest years of writing to more recent times, this collection showcases one writer’s exploration of the worlds in her head and outside it.
This collection contains all short stories and poems included in An Anthology of Battle, An Anthology of Dragons, An Anthology of Those Who Walk Among Us, and An Anthology of Worlds, as well as previously unpublished content.
This collection is currently available from Smashwords and DriveThruFiction, but will not be released via Amazon-Kindle at this time. It will soon be available in PoD, Nook, Kobo and from iTunes.
Published on: June 29, 2013