Sometimes the horrors you know are better than the secrets in the dark

Ghostly Intentions started out as a haunted house story….with an elf, and a mage. Horror fantasy.
Conventional wisdom says “don’t cross the genres”. A little like Ghostbusters, you aren’t supposed to cross the streams, but I can’t help myself. I love fantasy, and horror (both psychological and the monster of the week kind) are some of my favorite kinds of stories. So of course I mixed them together.
It is a stand alone, with the potential for a series some day, but not in the works currently.
And this weekend it is free.


If you read Ghostly Intentions please take a moment to give it a review on Amazon. The best way to get new readers to take a chance on your writing is if it has reviews. Thank you so much for helping me in this way.
And remember you can get everything I’ve written in KU as well.

Till then, keep reading!

Of Gods and Goddesses

In school I was fascinated by Greek and Roman mythology. I tried finding, and reading, as many as I could. From Zeus and his escapades with women, to Persephone trapped in Hades. Because of those myths I love fantasy. So it wasn’t unusual that one of my first novels would be a book based on old myths.

This weekend you can get Forgotten Ones free. They thought the gods were dead, but they were wrong. An intricate blending of science fiction, fantasy, and mythology.

This is my urban fantasy series. If you like it please review it. I have several others planned, but it is on the back burner for now. I would love to dive into it further, and if you really want to see another book in this series reviews are the best way to encourage that.

Till then, keep reading!

Crissy Moss