May 2016

The Kindle version of “Kaia Daughter of the Sea” will be on sale May 3 – May 10.

On her eighteenth birthday Kaia must make a difficult choice: whether to remain human or become something that just might save the oceans. All she remembered, all that she knew came from her life on land. She loved the ocean, but to choose it had a cost. Could she afford it? She would lose her friends, her family, and her hopes, but not her dreams. No, those dreams began with that first birthday text. Those dreams, sometimes nightmares, took her into these deep waters. Now she understood why. The cliffs around her were solid, unmoving, and dependable – like her former life. They were there yesterday and they would be there tomorrow. She gently touched the delicate fonds of the ferns and smelled the fresh earthy scents. This was the world she knew. She heard the breeze as it funneled up the cleft created by the creek. It sang a lullaby. A little water flowed and it gurgled over the rocks. She rubbed her hands over the plants and rocks and treasured them as precious jewels she might have to surrender. Sensations overwhelmed her. The sea beckoned. The land nourished. The waves tugged. The grass and trees called to her. She was torn between the land that sustained her, and the sea that demanded her. She looked at James then at the sea, the sea, then at James. She heard voices – voices that whispered, voices that demanded, voices that cajoled, that taunted, and seduced. She spun back and forth between sea and cliffs and held her hands over her ears. She screamed. She knelt in the sand and gravel. She screamed again. Tears streamed down her cheeks.

February 2016

Now that we have written five books and have four available on Kindle, you can expect frequent posts and frequent book promotions. “Myth and Muse” will be available free from March 1 to March 5. We have also modified our books on Kindle so you can easily search for our books. Search either under Paul d’Arc Garty (for my books) or HannahBelle Thomas (for those we jointly wrote).

November 2015

“Myth and Muse: Tales of Fantasy and Horror” is available on Kindle. See link below.

Mythical creatures inhabit our dreams and sometimes our nightmares. Sometimes they may live next door. Occasionally they may be our friends or acquaintances. Can we recognize them? Are they friend or foe? What journeys will they take on on? Seldom do things appear as they are and at any moment the unexpected can step out of every corner. This is a collection of fantasy short stories including: elves, a muse or two, selkies, ghosts, and vampires, Some include elements of horror and others horror with a twist of humor.

Shadows is being withdrawn from publication.

February 2015

The Book of Glyphs is available in the Kindle Store.

The Book of Glyphs begins a series currently titled The Sundered Worlds. Two children, Billy and Elaine, receive an inheritance. Billy’s is a magical book, and Elaine’s is a magical pendant. The book is their story, a book of prophecy. It contains images and stories written in glyphs. Billy can’t read it and the book is haunted by seven ghosts. Worse, an evil witch lives across the street. She wants the book because it contains the most powerful magic of all. He must face the ghosts to learn how to stop her, or darkness will consume all the worlds.

February 2014

The printed version of Kaia Daughter of the Sea is nearly finished. Creating the printed version required some minor changes. To keep the story consistent, the ebook version was updated on February 19, 2014 to agree with the forthcoming printed version.