Urban Fantasy with a touch of humor. And a 100 lb. skunk.
Lord Adrescu’s Blade – The story of a sword and a painting. 500 years before Malevolently Familiar.
Familiar Tales – Five urban fantasy stories.
Strangely Familiar – A novella in the Familiar Tales world
Familiar Tales #1 – Print edition of the first two books.
Vaguely Familiar – Lelia, Tay, and Co. battle a Pre-Columbian artifact, leaking fish tanks, and the Return of the Off Ramp of Doom
Oddly Familiar – Ah, Halloween, when goths come out to play, along with things best left well alone.
Familiar Tales #2 – Print edition of books three and four.
Clearly Familiar – Five short stories about mages, Familiars, and Shoshana.
Distinctly Familiar – Four short stories
Familiar Roads – Novella about training of shadow mages.
Eerily Familiar – Something hunts the hunters.
Furiously Familiar – Were there’s a will . . .
Familiar Sorrows – Some things magic cannot cure
Gloriously Familiar – Six short stories of mages and magic workers
Horribly Familiar – Shadow mages and marriage. What could possibly go— sproing!
Intensely Familiar – André returns home from deployment to find . . .
Familiar Vows – The wedding in Utah and other short stories
Judiciously Familiar – Do not threaten Lelia’s children. It will not end happily.
Knowingly Familiar – Something stirs in the university museum . . .
Learnedly Familiar – Meister Gruenewald has gone missing.
Malevolently Familiar – The past returns . . . for vengeance.
Nominally Familiar – Stories of adventure, gem setting, computer conniptions, and teenage trials. (Trials for their parents, that is.)
Familiar Paths – Short stories about a nosferitau hunt, the Lone Hunter, and more.
Overly Familiar – Teenagers, deployments, road repair and the October rush . . . What’s a mage to do when trouble gets Overly Familiar?
Preternaturally Familiar [September 2022] – Lelia’s ghosts return to haunt Riverton.