Books

Heir of Svartån

Ina Svanunge lives in Fargo, counting the days until she’s free of her abusive mother. But when she and her best friend, Mattie, sit down to play their favorite video game, they find themselves in the game’s world, Lohikärra. Only it’s not the game – Lohikärra is real.
Once there, Ina finds out her long-absent father was a powerful thegn – and she’s his rightful heir. Unfortunately, she isn’t the only one claiming his title, and the others are more than willing to kill her for it. On a journey across Svartån, Ina must fight for her birthright or risk rejection from the world she has long wished to be part of. Will Ina be able to claim her rightful title with help from Mattie and their handsome new friend, Haldrek? Or will she end up dying in a foreign, unforgiving land?

Visions of Lohikärra (Prequel)

Haldrek Rodreksson has known his entire life where his future lies and what is expected of him. But on the eve of battle, soothsayers show him three visions of a different future: a mysterious young woman, a new invasion, and theft of the High King’s tokens. Visions which make him question his future and that of his homeland, Lohikärra. When the capital of Lohikärra falls, Haldrek’s world is thrown into disarray. Injured, weaponless, and with little support, will Haldrek be able to save the woman he saw and change the visions he was given? Or will he, his homeland, and his loved ones fall to their enemies?

Organic Ink Anthology - Volume 2

Poetry; a unique and beautiful way to express feelings and ideas. Weaving words into perfect poetic prose, these thirty authors remind you of your childhood, bring comfort from the hardships of life, fiercely spur emotions, and tell tales of old. All lovers of poetry will find a favorite here! (The anthology is currently unpublished as of April 23, 2020, however Amazon may have copies available through 3rd party vendors.)

Organic Ink Anthology - Volume 1

Poetry; a unique and beautiful way to express feelings and ideas. Weaving words into perfect poetic prose, these fifty authors remind you of your childhood, bring comfort from the hardships of life, fiercely spur emotions, and tell tales of old. All lovers of poetry will find a favorite here. (The anthology is currently unpublished as of April 23, 2020, however Amazon may have copies available through 3rd party vendors.)