Do you like to read books about demons, aliens, robots, vampires, elves or other fantastical folk living life, going on adventures, and making it through their worlds? Me too!
I’ve always been enthusiastic about science fiction and fantasy literature and artwork, and couldn’t be happier to have turned my passion into a thriving career as a professional Author and Illustrator. I keep this site updated with all my work, whether they are traditionally or independently published. It has excerpts for my novels and novellas and a variety of illustration portfolios to browse.
Norma Mae Rollins never chose to be a vampire, but she enjoys her undead life. She runs a profitable cleaning service that assists Seattle’s paranormal community by straightening up messy interactions. In the past year, she has found it lucrative to expand her services to private investigation.
Between long December nights and Christmas preparations, Norma needs sleep. She is awoken during the day when Persimmon, a barista, is found impaled on a compostable straw at a local pixie-owned cat café. Fearing the other pixies might fly off the job or Persimmon’s fiancé might take revenge upon one of her beloved cats, the café’s proprietor begs Norma to discover what happened.
Norma won’t rest until she discovers if this was a tragic accident or cold-blooded murder.
Principality of Moldavia, 1509
While her beloved husband is away at war, Agata manages their estate and dairy. One night, she is called to assist a first-year heifer. She does not know a vampire lurks in the darkness. Agata wakes in the birthing barn disoriented, wounded, bitten, and defiled. Her son is injured, but alive. The herdsman is discovered with his throat gnawed open. Several cows are missing.
Plunged into a strange existence of monstrous cravings, she moves to secure her children’s futures before the details of the attack is known. News spreads quickly in her village. With the conviction she might regain her honor by defeating the vampire, Agata leaves her parish. Unaided, she crosses the mountains to an ancient crumbling Roman fort where it is said the vampire resides. However, the vampire doesn’t live alone.
Death Hears a Siren
Norma never chose to be a vampire, but she enjoys her undead life. She runs a profitable cleaning service which assists Seattle’s paranormal community by straightening untidy interactions with humans or each other. She loves her work. She and her sole employee, Carlos, have a good rapport. (It helps both vampires and zombies have an affinity for a high protein/low carb diet.)
When three witches on vacation find the body of a dead mermaid in their houseboat, Norma is called in to clean up the body no questions asked. When the mermaid's family shows up, things really get messy.
Norma never chose to be a vampire, but she enjoys her undead life. She runs a profitable cleaning service which assists Seattle’s paranormal community by straightening up messy interactions with humans or each other. Norma owns a condo in Capitol Hill with very little natural sunlight. She loves movies, vampire friendly clubs, and playing board games with her ancestors at the Paper Flower Consortium, Seattle’s largest vampire coven.
A vampire is found staked in the hallway of the coven and panic sweeps through the community. When a second body is discovered, the coven’s chief of security is pressured to solve the case as quickly as possible. A vampire from her bloodline is implicated. Can Norma clean up this mess and find the real killer before they strike again?
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