I’m thrilled to share some exciting news with everyone. SOUL SEEKER, the first book in my Gehenna Series, was released today on multiple books sites, just in time for Halloween. With it being a “spooky” story, I strongly suggest you read it wrapped up in a blanket, next to a fire, with a large glass of red wine close by.
Like artists painting landscapes in oils, watercolors and acrylics, writers are impacted by the atmosphere and world events surrounding them, and I’m no different in this regard. I tapped into the negative energy coming from politics, the coronavirus, prejudices, and protests in cities around the globe to write SOUL SEEKER, the first book in my Gehenna Series. And the outcome might truly surprise you. Every character in this book has a story to tell, which is further explored in ANNIHILATION, the second book in this series. But let’s stay with this book for a short while, as it’s a huge jump from the psychological thriller genre I’ve been known to write in, well…at least for the last seven years.
SOUL SEEKER was written for an adult audience — readers that enjoy fantasy novels…as well as paranormal and horror enthusiasts. This twisted story focuses on a soul-catching demon named Crighton that harbors a hatred for angels, maligning demons, and the human race in general. When forced to bond with an angel, his loyalties and perceptions shift and soon he becomes Lucifer’s greatest enemy and a trader to the underworld creatures living in the Kingdom of Hell. How he manages to survive depends solely on the loyalties he develops, his convictions, and his untapped leadership skills.
Surprisingly, this book has already won its first award with First Place in the 2020 NYC Book Book Awards for Cross Genre…an honor I’m thrilled to announce. Now that SOUL SEEKER is officially released, the reviews from readers will determine the success of this book and the direction the next story takes. So, if you get a chance, please pick up a copy after doing a search on your favorite book outlet site, and let me know what you think. I would greatly appreciate it!!!