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Suddenly being able to remember all of his past lives was hard on Tal Weaver. He’s sure he’s going crazy. But when he starts hearing a voice that could be real, he discovers there may be worse things than going crazy…

For Taliesin Weaver, remembering all of his past lives was cool…until a hidden enemy began launching supernatural attacks against him. Tal doesn’t know whom to trust, but without allies, he is doomed– and so is everyone he cares about.

It isn’t the lurking Morgan Le Fay, nor the mysterious half-djinn, nor the ghost, nor even the dragon surprise attack that Taliesin fears most. It is the darkness within his own soul.

Taliesin Weaver faces his greatest challenges yet, from figuring out why a war god wants him dead, to recovering an artifact from a world he can’t enter, to defeating Death in the Underworld itself. Failure is not an option–if he wants to survive!

Alex was bullied and alone, so when Ares, the Greek god of war, offers him a great destiny, Alex is unsettled but curious. When he discovers Ares wants him to kill one of his fellow students, Alex wants out…but it may be too late!

When Hal finds a feather in his backpack with a note claiming it’s an angel feather, he is skeptical, to say the least. But when the feather actually shows signs of being supernatural, Hal is faced with questions: if he can have one miracle, what will he ask for…and what if he makes a mistake?

Having an evil alter ego inside of you is difficult enough to live with. Having that alter ego become flesh and try to take your place? That’s nearly impossible, especially if you also have to fight a faerie queen, a prince of Hell…and your friends!

Lucas worries for months about his freakish speed and the flashes of the near future he keeps seeing. However, when a shadow takes on a life of its own and comes after him, he realizes being a freak may be the least of his problems!

Usually, Tal rescues his friends. This time, they need to rescue him. The situation is so dire that their only hope is to join forces with Dark Me, Tal’s evil alter ego–but is he really trying to help them or betray them?

Abandoned by his parents the moment he was born, DL did his best to reinvent himself . However, his past isn’t so easily buried. Haunted by weird dreams and hunted by weirder strangers, DL must face who he really is–or die trying!

How far would you go to protect the ones you love? DL and Max have to deal with this question when Adreanna, Max’s girlfriend, is kidnapped by a crazed faerie sorcerer. Rescuing her means plunging into an unknown world with no idea what lurks there–and maybe no way to get back.

Chris is nothing if not stubborn. The woman he loves is trapped in Hell, and he’s determined to free her even though everyone who finds out about his quest thinks he has no hope of success. They could be right. He doesn’t have any idea how to rescue someone from Hell. Even worse, his lack of faith robs him of the best methods to combat demons. Can love really conquer all? To find out, Chris will have to risk his life–and maybe his own soul.

Amy Monroe goes to Santa Brígida to investigate a series of bizarre events no which got little or no press coverage. What she finds threatens to unravel not only her world view, but the world itself.

A few high school students cramming for a mythology test fall asleep. When they wake up, they find themselves trapped in the world of Greek mythology. The only way for them to escape is to seek out clues in the myths– before this strange world crumbles around them, leaving them stranded there forever.

(Each anthology contains one or more of my stories. See the pages for specific anthologies for details.) 

Thirty-eight authors speak from the heart in this anthology that will put you in a philosophical mood. 

Don’t have much time but need a quick dose of reading? Try this flash fiction anthology, inspired by Halloween but good for reading any time. With twenty-four stories in various genres, you’re bound to find something you’ll like. Best of all, the collection is free at all major retailers and also available for download on this site.

Don’t have much time but need a quick dose of reading? Here is yet another flash fiction, anthology, this one inspired by Christmas but good for reading any time. With eighteen stories in the fantasy, romance, and horror genres, you’re bound to find something you like. Revisit your favorite authors or discover new ones. Best of all, this anthology is free on all major retailers.

Unknown is the first volume in the Hidden Worlds series of science fiction and fantasy anthologies. Including twenty short stories and novellas by several authors, this collection is likely to have something for every fan of the either genre. As with the flash fiction anthologies, it’s free on all major retailers.

Parent-teacher communication can be frustrating to parents, but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re a parent, this booklet will provide tips to maximize the quality of that interaction. From knowing when to get in touch, through preparing appropriately for any contact, to the follow-up afterward, this booklet will give you the tools you need to play an active role in your son or daughter’s education.

Writing college recommendations is a very important part of the admissions process. Unfortunately, it can also be stressful and time-consuming–but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re a teacher who needs to do a lot of recommendation writing, this booklet will offer ideas to make your process better.

One reason education reforms fail is that politicians with one eye on the next election are the ones who control reform efforts, while teachers are systematically marginalized. The only way to improve education is to return control to educators– before it’s too late!

Image Credits: All background images on this page are licensed from Images are copyrighted as follows: image for the Spell Weaver section by KristinaSH; image for the Different Dragons section by vadim.ivanchin; image for the Soul Salvager section by fluke same; image for the When Paralllels Collide section by Remus Rigo; image for the mythology section by Fat Jackey; image for the anthology section by BPTU; image for the education section by kzww; image for the awards section by Gino Santa Maria.

Text Credits: Product descriptions for the anthologies on the linked book pages is copyrighted by the respective editors of the anthologies. (All other text is copyrighted by me.)


  1. Shelley G. says:

    The Devil Hath the power is the cover that most stands out for me. The color, the feel, I Love all things paranormal and that is the cover that draws me in.

  2. Minta Boggs says:

    This is a hard one because they all look good! But I’m going to go with The Devil Hath the power or A Dream come true!

  3. Irina Stiles says:

    I find the first cover most appealing. It has the most mystery about it.

  4. sihem says:

    I love Christmas in Love cover book it makes me very happy

  5. Anita Kennett says:

    Divided against yourself speaks the most to me
    because I feel that way most of the time,

  6. Jessica W says:

    A dream come true sounds really intruging! I really have to give it a read.

  7. shannon fowler says:

    Destiny or Madness because he sounds like just a regular guy initially. I always love books with the underdog.

  8. heather says:

    I so love the cover of Echoes from my Past Lives book that one looks really interesting and one that I would so love to read.

  9. Carrie Messer says:

    I like how Evil Within Youselves shows the duality of the good and evil fighting.

  10. Clem says:

    Most appealing cover to me is the one showing the earth and a barren landscape because it conveys different sci-fi ideas that I find interesting.

  11. Sara says:

    If I saw all these on a shelf at the store, We Walk in Darkness would be the first one I pick up because of the cover.

  12. Birgit Lehner says:

    I really like the cover for “We Walk in Darkness” as it reminds me a little bit of books by Dean Koontz (my favorite author) and it beautiful conveys mystery and suspense.

  13. miki says:

    I really love the one ” seperated from yourselves” because teh cover is a big egnimatic and the wolf on it is too cute

  14. Susanti says:

    Echoes from my Past Lives looks really interesting. Great cover and intriguing story line 😀
    Most of the covers are awesome tho

  15. Alanha Cruz says:

    I find the last cover most appealing

  16. Rita Joko says:

    I personally love Evil Within Yourselves. Nice lightning you got there

  17. Judy Thomas says:

    I really like the sound of all of them but Different Lee grabbed me with the cover and the title and made me want to know more.

  18. Stephanie Watson says:

    Separated from yourselves looks like a cool cover. I really like wolves.

  19. Veronica Lee says:

    I find Christmas In Love the most appealing. I love short stories and I’m a sucker for anything Christmas!

  20. Brett Paschen says:

    I find Separated From Yourselves most appealing.It draws my attention to it with the howling wolf overlaying the Earth.The cover is very well done.

  21. Melissa Craig says:

    ok so truthfully, I love Living with Your Past Selves, because it is like an old friend, you know how much I love Tal . But I do like the cover of Different Lee, but for m it is hard because I have all the books and know he wonderful stories inside 🙂

  22. kim s says:

    I like Separated From Yourselves because I love wolves!

  23. Kim O says:

    Evil within yourselves looks like a good book.

  24. Judy Nieman says:

    I like Separated From yourselves

  25. Ronnie d Mewbourn says:

    ty for info

  26. Joy Hyams says:

    I love the Christmas one!!

  27. Mya Murphy says:

    Christmas in Love!! I love everything Christmas and absolutely adore snowmen!!

  28. Jill Edwards says:

    Living with your past selves seems very intriguing. I definitely want to read it and the cover makes it more appealing.

  29. Julie Ferguson-Gould says:

    I love the Angel Feather cover……….Just caught my eye , maybe because I believe 🙂

  30. Serena Tucker says:

    We Walk In Darkness looks like something I would really enjoy! Love the graphics and makes my imagination become very intrigued

  31. Dario says:

    I find Separated From yourselves most appealing – I love wolves!

  32. Sue A. says:

    I like the cover for “Evil Within Yourselves” best. I think it is a really eye catching cover and the title grabs you right away.

  33. Irene Lirette says:

    Seperated from yourselves…I like that cover! Just love the earth and the wolf in the fore front!

  34. wendy pierson says:

    I like the Different Lee cover the best

  35. angela meek says:

    Poisoned By Politics sounds perfectly apt for today’s educational climate! Very interesting!

  36. Ashley capra says:

    Where Dreams and Visions Live is a beautiful cover, there is something so enticing about simplicity

  37. MargaretAnn Rice says:

    “Echoes From My Past Life” — the cover grabbed me right away. I think it is the , sort of, double pictures and the coloring that I like. It would draw me to read the book.

  38. Jewels says:

    Can’t wait to read these

  39. Tresha Mcfadden says:

    I like the we walk in darkness cover i love the layout of the cover it looks well designed.

  40. Eileen Boyce says:

    I like Echoes from Past Lives.

  41. Nikolina says:

    I love the Different Lee cover – it’s special!

  42. Jenny Gunnoe says:

    I love the We Walk In Darkness cover. The shadow hands give it a creepy feel.

  43. Del says:

    The Separated from Yourselves cover is the most beautiful one.

  44. Thuy Vy Vu says:

    I think that I would like to read Poisoned by Politics. I am always looking up different perspectives on our modern politics in the US, and I think this would be a great read.

  45. Nicki smith says:

    These look interesting.

  46. Glenn says:

    The “Past Lives” cover, although there are a couple other I like equally. I like the ghostly image of the boy stacking stones making a way-marker. Very intriguing.

  47. Stephanie Phelps says:

    I love the Evil Within Yourself because it sounds like a book I would love with the alter egos.

  48. Timothy Simpson says:

    Angel Feather looks fun

  49. Celeste Herrin says:

    Unknown really got my attention. The cover just seemed to reach out and grab my interest. I think it’s the mystery in the picture. Looks very interesting!

  50. amy masiker says:

    I like the third one in the top row best.

  51. Teri Moore says:

    Echos from my past life seems intriguing I personally deal with that on an everyday basis because I grew up in foster care and in my grown life am steal dealing with past issues

  52. Armando Rincon says:

    I like the cover from “Angel Feather”, it reminds for some reason a “Never ending story,” Keep the good work.

  53. elcane desir says:

    I like hidden among yourselves because I feel it has inspiration from greek mythology mixed with modern day

  54. Edna Williams says:

    The Devil Hath Power because it makes me want to read the book. Love a good villain!

  55. Amanda Stano says:

    Echoes from My Past Lives looks to be the most interesting, not because it is the first, but because I always wondered if I had a life before my current and what I would have been/done. I feel I may have been a writer professionally. I feel I changed lives somewhere but my work was lost, maybe through a natural disaster or just buried with me. I try to change lives every day with inspirational writing, but I’ve never taken it further than my personal circle. I’d love to branch out and see if that life comes through somewhere in my words.

  56. Carla W says:

    Separated from yourselves. Just seems like a good book plus I love the cover.

  57. Theresa says:

    They are all mysteries. I love all mysteries. Makes me read faster,

  58. Theresa Powell says:

    I have to say “A Dream Come True” sounds very interesting. I love Greek Mythology and this would be a great way to not only learn more about it but to be entertained as well.

  59. kelly light says:

    I went through them all and like Echo’s from my past lives best.

  60. Katrina Brockavich says:

    The cover of We Walk In Darkness made me stop and look to see what it was about! That’s a great cover in my opinion: one that draws you in and makes you want to know more about the book.

  61. Karen Adams says:

    Living with your past selves. This would be a interesting read because sometimes I relate to my pasts

  62. Susan West says:

    I would chose Angel Feather. I love to hear about supernatural experiences. I myself have had several supernatural experiences that were absolutely incredibly awesome. For that reason I find this book one that I would pick up and read.

  63. stella methvin says:

    I like the separated one because of the wolf with moon in the background

  64. debbie says:

    I found the book cover for the book titled the devil hath the power most appealing. Very clever with the imagery of the fire being her hair and the glowing feiry eyes. It’s inttruging beguiling and beautiful

  65. Lacey Waters says:

    the most appealing cover to me is Evil Within Yourselves

  66. Shawn says:

    Love the “Separated From Yourselves” cover….love the night scene!

  67. I like the cover for Evil Within Yourselves. It looks cosmic.

  68. Meg Tucker says:

    Echoes From My Past Lives is the cover I find most intriguing. I like the watery look to the cover and I’m fascinated by the title.

  69. sharon shafran says:

    Living with Your Past Selves the cover is mesmerizing and intrigueing

  70. Crissie Woolard says:

    My favorite cover is Echo’s from my past lives bc for it reminds me of my brother who was killed a few years ago

  71. Jaclyn Mercer says:

    Can’t wait to get reading this summer!

  72. Edis Zukić says:

    Cover for “The Devil Hath the Power” look simple, great and pretty girl face goes accordingly with the book

  73. Sherry Fowler says:

    I love Christmas in Love…. I love love love everything Christmas and the cover is more colorful and upbeat

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