YES! This means you are ready to emotionally invest in a new fantasy fiction series, let’s do this! 

I must warn you to prepare yourself. This is a fantasy fiction yes, but we mixed in a bunch of humor and it will make you laugh at times. Some people will look at you strange, but really who cares about that? Along with the happy, you will also cry and  get angry about the situations the characters get into.

Especially once the story develops into Book Two.

How do I know to prepare you for this? You Blades tell me in all the feedback from your reviews and emails. I eat it up, so keep it coming, otherwise I might get hungry and devour a favorite character of yours. CHOMP!


A reader's guide to chaos/ The Gates of Golorath book cover
First book in The Chaos of Souls Series

What is this book like?

The story itself is written in a way that we show you what’s going on through actions and dialogue, rather than just telling you about events in the story. You’ll be able to fall into the world seamlessly. It’s like Harry Potter and his friends went to military school but instead of dealing with wizards, it’s angels and demons. Well, our version of them at least. We call them Aesari and Lo’ademn here. We have Houses here too, but it’s modeled after more of the European idea of a Noble House, and not a school House.

Book Blurb:

The Gates of Golorath is a fantasy fiction that weaves magical, military and humorous elements together to make one serious epic series. The Chaos of Souls Series is filled with fast-paced action, intricate world building, and life-like characters that will quickly become your favorites.

The Gates are portals that protect the Lethen’al from the outside world. They ventured here long ago to escape the threat of the Apostate, but some dangers come from within.

Angus and Arielle were once childhood friends who were ripped apart. Their parents hold the incredible secret to why. After many years, they unexpectedly meet again to complete their military training at the Gates. 

Competing amongst themselves and the other cadets, Angus and Arielle’s squads struggle for prominence and acceptance. Mishaps and mischief mar their course. As Angus and Arielle are drawn closer and the tensions between their squads mount, their secret is revealed. Those around them begin to fear what they could become and what it means for the fate of their people.

Inspiration behind this book:

This book has been in the making for decades. I believe I was a preteen when the first ideas began blooming for this story. It has morphed quite a bit since then and even more, once I met my wife, Dorothy. The inspiration for the two main characters are from our D&D playing days. Yes, we’re DORKS! We made those characters and wanted them to live another life outside of the game play.

Random ramblings:

This book starts off with a prologue so you can learn about the world. I suggest you begin with that instead of jumping into the first chapter. It’s a new world after all and you’ll need all the tidbits. There is also a glossary at the back of each book for easy reference.

Click here to read reviews on Gates.

To read the first few chapters of Gates, click here.


A reader's guide to chaos/ Angels of Perdition Cover
Second book in The Chaos of Souls Series

What is this book like?

Well since it’s the same world, it will be similar to Gates. This time though, you know the language, the world, and the characters. You’re settling in to catch up with old friends. What you learn here, enriches the first book tremendously. This book deepens all of the plot lines and characters. By this point the book reviews all reference the characters by name and we just love that!

Book Blurb:

Angels of Perdition is the second book in The Chaos of Souls Series, a fantasy fiction that weaves magical, military and humorous elements together, creating the perfect epic series.
The Immortals are back and still up to no good. What happened to Angus and Arielle at The Menace? What will the Conclave decide for their future at The Gates?

The threat of the Soul Chamber looms and the nefarious parents of the Lethen’al emerge from the shadows. Logan and Gwen’s father return with news of their missing sister. Other children have vanished from his village of Andover and he blames the E’ine. Against protocol, the Pride reaches the lost city of Raqui in hopes to retrieve the victims.
Sensing the surrounding chaos, the Lo’ademn begin to rise and the shrulks mass within Golan’s Pass. Will the Immortals be able to stand against the ire of their kin and hold against the peril of the Chamber? Find out what the terrible price will be. 

Inspiration behind this book:

We wanted to write about our ideal group of friends and how they can become family. This group who start off as rivals, grow into a tight knit family unit. We think that’s a beautiful thing and we wanted to show these relationships.

Random ramblings:

If you want to read more about a certain character, LET US KNOW!We do listen, hahaha. That’s what we did with Logan and his time within the Sur. He was one of our most asked about characters. You guys wanted to know more about his journey and so we wrote it! That novella will be out mid-year and is titled, “The Gate of Fang and Thorn”.

Click here to read reviews on Angels.

To read the first few chapters of Angels, click here.


A reader's guide to chaos/ Requiem's Reach book cover
Volume I of The Chaos Novellas

What is this book like?

So we decided to enrich the main series with some stand alone novellas that take place within the same world as Chaos. All of the novellas you can read on their own without having read any book from the main series.

This is technically a prequel but we called it Volume I. This book brings you into the world before the creation of The Gates. It reveals the mindset that these characters had and their need to create those gates. Every novella will only enrich the main story further.

Book Blurb: 

They are the parents of the Lethen’al, the E’ine; the shattered ones whose souls have been fragmented and reformed.
The Apostate has entered the world. The home of the E’ine, the city of Sa’Doran is under siege. Do they stand and hold? Do they flee? Do they give in and allow the Apostate his victory?
The first Bladeless Master, Malachite, believes he has found the location of the fabled lost city of Raqui, the second heaven. Now, thousands of years later, it exists as shards of mythology, relegated to mad ravings in obscure texts. Malachite believes this could be the safe haven his people seek. But first, he must find his way through the space between the worlds. He recruits a small company for the expedition, but death hides amongst their numbers. 
Now, they must survive the fall of their homeland and the demons who hide among them, in order to align the two realms and open the Gates of Golorath.

Inspiration behind this book:

So I wrote this with the need to understand the second book. This was actually written before Angels in order for me to get in the head space of the E’ine (the parents of the Lethen’al). It evolved into it’s own story and I understood how The Gates were formed.

Random ramblings:

If you want to read more about a certain character, LET US KNOW! We do listen, hahaha. That’s what we did with Logan and his time within the Sur. He was one of our most asked about characters. You guys wanted to know more about his journey and so we wrote it! That novella will be out mid-year and is titled, “The Gate of Fang and Thorn”.

Click here to read reviews on Requiem. (Coming Soon)

To read the first few chapters of Requiem, click here. (Coming Soon)