The Redneck Apocalypse Series:


“Reading the Halo books is a bit like drinking gasoline then swallowing a match. . . Epic, inevitable, and, somehow, still unexpected.” –James Hunter, author of Viridian Gate Online and the Yancy Lazarus Novels

Series at a Glance:

The holy soldier chosen to save the world is enslaved to a sadistic fallen angel and losing the fight for his sanity.

The guy chosen to save the holy champion is his binge-drinking redneck brother.

So, basically, the world is screwed.



The Jubal Van Zandt Novels


“Every detail is so clever. Every exchange of dialogue is so witty. The overall effect is dazzling, mesmerizing, better than real life. It’s literary hard drugs, dude.” –Tim McBain, coauthor of Awake in the Dark and The Scattered and the Dead

Series at a Glance:

Narcissistic sociopath and self-proclaimed best thief in the history of the Revived Earth vs. cold, calculating, world-renowned knight of the Guild.

Sci-fantasy shenanigans, winks, and finger guns ensue.



Legend of the Treesinger



Series at a Glance:

When ancient evils attack, who you gonna call? Sasquatch princess Winona Treesinger. She’ll smash it with her huge, hairy fists of justice.


Rogue Dungeon

“An excellent start to a series, this book has everything I look for in a fantasy novel: action, intrigue, and evolution!” – Dakota Krout, author of the Divine Dungeon and the Completionist Chronicles

Series at a Glance:

Tyrant-assassinating rebel, Roark von Graf, is transported by a faulty portal to a strange world called an MMORPG. He can’t log out, his magic is on the fritz, and, worst of all, he’s not even human. He’s a low-class, run-of-the-mill Dungeon monster. Some disgusting, blue-skinned creature called a Troll.