Up and Coming
Pryde, Book One in the Sin Series
Will she be devoured by the shadows?
When her foolish actions lead to her brother’s death, Kai vows to become a great hunter to restore her honor. But her beloved guardian, Lavanya, pushes her dreams to the side, claiming it is too dangerous for her. The cursed binding mark on Kai’s wrist might break.
In order to prove herself, Kai sneaks on one of Lavanya’s missions. She saves Lavanya from a bloodthirsty vampire, but at a cost. The vampire she attacks is none other than Sadiq, one of the most cunning and cruelest vampires imaginable.
Kai and Lavanya now have to defend themselves as Sadiq hunts them down. However, there’s something Lavanya isn’t telling Kai about Sadiq.
Kai isn’t telling the whole truth, either, and her binding mark is cracking. The beast inside is breaking loose.
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Life is no Game.
Everyone in Devi Omega has a special ability. Everyone except Hero Leander, the official troublemaker of Class 1B. His life couldn’t get any worse until he is forced to be project partners with Annie Mei Fields. She is not only a straight-A student and the top Charisma-user of the school, but she is determined to make him do his part of the work.
As they hit the books, though, they soon discover that an evil corporation is kidnapping teens in order to cure a deadly disease. Hero thinks the two shouldn’t get involved. That is until his only friend is also taken.
Hero and Annie Mei put their lives on the line in order to save their world. But with gang attacks, drug deals, twisted corporate goons, and a teacher that won’t get off their case, these two unlikely fighters have little time to think about their next step. Can they save the world and still get a passing grade?
“What is anime?”
“Should I keep my child away from it?”
If you have a child who loves anime, this guide is for you. You will not only understand what anime is, but also why your child loves it so much.
Together we will explore topics such as:
- the facts about anime, manga, and cosplay,
- the history of anime and manga,
- the culture of Japan, home of anime,
- the anime community and industry,
- how to get involved with your child,
- and so much more!
The best part about this guide is that you will get both an anime fan and a parental point of view.
This is truly a guide for parents and guardians who want to understand their children even more than they do now. And who knows. You might just become a fan yourself!
If you’d like to check out the art contest I held when I first published this book, look here:
Here are a few blogs/videos that I’ve done covering the topics you’ll find in the book:
Being a Christian can be tough. Being an otaku can be tough. But being both at once?
Sometimes it seems easier to become Hokage rather than explaining your faith and passions to others. That is why we otaku have united in this devotional: To encourage otaku like you spiritually and through a medium we all cherish.
In this devotional, you will find God in the animes you know and love. Each devotional presents spiritual lessons found in animes ranging from the world-famous Attack on Titan to fan-favorite Haikyu!! to beloved classics like Cowboy Bebop. Each piece will feature a different theme such as:
- Human Will vs. The Holy Spirit in Yona of the Dawn
- Choosing to be Free in Free! Swim Club
- Not by My Might in My Hero Academia
…and many others! We believe that God can be seen throughout His creation—even in places where people might not intend! So pull out your cosplay and snuggle close with your plushies as you join us in Finding God in Anime.
When you don’t have much time to read.
I have written some shorts stories that either stand alone or go along with my books. You can read them for free here on my blog. I hope you enjoy them!