Recently, I began a new endeavor, releasing episodic/serial stories on Amazon’s new platform Kindle Vella. Below are links to the stories I am writing that are currently available on Kindle Vella. The first three episodes of each story is free to read. (Episodes for me have been averaging 2000 words). Subsequent episodes can be opened by purchasing tokens on Kindle Vella which are $.01 per token or 200 tokens for $1.99. My episodes have been averaging between 19 to 21 tokens. You can access Kindle Vella through your Kindle or by typing Kindle Vella into your computer. I’ll also provide links below. I hope you drop by to try out this new reading experience.
Mika Devalieur desperately wants to deny her beloved grandmother’s last wish, but she can’t. Reluctantly, she travels from New Orleans to rural Virginia to deliver a priceless Pre-Raphaelite painting into the hands of James Clairmont, someone she’s never laid eyes on before. But something isn’t right, and James Clairmont knows much more about her family and the painting than he is letting on. There are so many secrets about him, about her, and most especially, The Lady in the Blue Dress. (Status – Completed)
Voices in her head, catastrophic emotions, hallucinations, Rebecca Wells is more than convinced that she is losing her mind. And as a last-ditch effort, she contacts a self-professed counselor who seems convinced that he can help. Gabriel Sutton has abandoned the world of medicine to navigate a realm filled with psychic phenomena. Diagnosing Becca with extreme empathic abilities, he struggles to help her stabilize her gifts while trying desperately not to fall in love with his patient.
When one realizes that a long-lost soulmate has been reincarnated, it poses some complications. When you have been a werewolf for nearly a millennium, the complications explode exponentially. Ethan Garraint understands that he should stay far away from Erin Holt, but she is in his city, New Orleans, and possibly in danger. And the truth is, he doesn’t want to stay away. He only wants to remind her of the lifetime they lived long ago, when they were more than lovers, when they became legend.