Category Archives: Books

Pathfinder Expanded Classes

One of the projects I’m currently working on in my sparse free time is a book of 10 new classes for Pathfinder. Now, instead of trying to go wild with how far I can stretch the rules or reinvent the wheel by modifying the existing classes, what I’m aiming to do is “fill in the blanks,” so to speak, by making classes that I think the official Paizo material has overlooked.

For example, the tinker: a staple of the fantasy genre that somehow got overlooked in official material. The same goes for a dedicated shapeshifter class, one that’s not tied to arcane magic or druidic ideology.

For this project, the art is being supplied by the phenomenally talented Eric Kenney, and when it’s done, it’s going up on DriveThruRPG. If you’re interested in play-testing this material, send me a message and I’ll hand out SRD-style first drafts as soon as they’re ready!

Revenge Insurance, Paperback Edition!

Revenge InsuranceGood news, everyone! Revenge Insurance is now available in paperback! You can order yours today at Amazon.com. Even better, if you buy the paperback edition, you can use
the “Matchbook” feature to get the digital Kindle copy for free.

To all of you who are about to buy the book and also to everyone who picked up the Kindle version when it went live last year, please take a moment to post a review on Amazon.com! It means the world to me to hear your feedback and really helps expose my work to more potential readers.

Thank you so much to everyone who advised, supported, and rewarded me for writing Revenge Insurance. It’s been an amazing, wild ride so far and it gets better and better every day!

Revenge Insurance

You can find my novel, Revenge Insurance, on Amazon.com.

Revenge InsuranceIn the near future, humanity has spread to every corner of the solar system, with peace and order maintained through the application of revenge insurance. Politicians, executives, and celebrities spend fortunes on policies with the seemingly omniscient Lifelong Services Corporation. In the event of a client’s wrongful death, the company spares no expense in tracking down and executing the individuals responsible. All of this is accomplished using an advanced technology that provides its agents with nearly flawless cover identities as they conduct their investigations and infiltrate the personal lives of their targets, carefully plotting each assassination. August Carlisle has been a successful LSC field agent for years, but all of that changes after his most recent assignments put him on the wrong side of the company’s agenda. Targeted by their deadliest operatives and hunted by the police for crimes he only technically committed, he is forced to live off the grid as he struggles to figure out how to get his life back. When the ground drops out from under his feet, he finds himself entwined in a conspiracy that stretches across the solar system and beyond.