Once again, Theo Fenraven has managed to keep me on the edge of my seat. I first met Fen’s writing two years ago when a friend lent me the first of the Procog in Peril series. As soon as I finished it, I had to get the other two.
In Half Moon House, Fen melds murder, the supernatural, and betrayal into a love story. I compare it to going from point A to point B down an unknown road. You know you’ll get to point B (where Jon and Cass become a couple), because it’s a love story and that’s what happens in a love story. But, you don’t know what you’re going to find along the way.
When Jon and Cass decide to go into partnership building ‘little’ houses, they have no idea what’s going to happen. Ghostly sightings. Murder. Infidelity. Theft.
I will warn you. If you’re looking for a gay love story with hot man-on-man sex, Half Moon House is not for you. If you want a story you won’t want to put down to go fix supper, this is it.
Also, check out Fen’s blog on WordPress. Almost every Monday there is a new flash fiction story. Some with unexpected, bizarre endings.
Got a couple of good notes on Facebook:
I started reading Travelers, and of course, couldn’t stop until I finished it. I had to know what was going to happen next. Love how you tied together a reason for their time travel. This was a very interesting and fantastic story. It makes one think about if we could time travel, would we try to change things. I definitely think you should do more time travel stories. Thank you so much for allowing me to read it.
Thank you for the copy of your short Christmas story, Old Spark/New Flame. I really enjoyed it. I love a good story about people falling in love and having a happy ending together. I am looking forward to reading Travelers. Thanks again.
Travelers is now being processed for pre-sale with a publishing date of Aug. 1.
It’s very different from any of my other books. It’s in a whole new genre – time-travel. No gay characters.
I can’t believe it’s been nearly three months since I posted anything. I need to get more active on here.
Shifter Born has been picked up by a publisher and is at the editor.
Travelers has been at the proof reader since April.
Cousins is still in progress.
New Christmas story in the works – Old Spark/New Flame.
Negotiating with an Italian publisher to translate and publish Shifter Born.
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Rory McGregor is being haunted by dreams of a house and the people who occupy it. At times, he feels he is the person in the dream. He wonders what is causing the dreams.
An invitation to a ninetieth birthday party for James McDonald, a distant relative, contains a strange message. James insists that he traveled from 1941 to 1892. While he was there, he met Rory who told him they would meet this year at his birthday party.
James provides Rory with a journal that tells an unbelievable story of time travel. He asks Rory to go back to before World War I and bring his son forward to the present so he won’t die in the war.
With his sister, Erin, Rory embarks on improbable journey into the past.