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At the Village Vanguard (Ruminations on Blacktopia) – “this story is “straight up blackity-black,” indicative of Maurice Broaddus’s singular voice. If you’re not already a fan of Afrofuturism, this will hook you.”

Super Duper Fly – An inversion of the Magical Negro trope … hehehe

Pimp My Airship – A steampunk journey.

The Iron Hut – A sword & soul story featuring Dinga Cisse.

Ebony Paradox – a “lost” tale from the Knights of Breton Court trilogy.

Family Dinner – You thought your family dinner was awkward.  Try it when your family has been reduced to zombies.

Awaiting Redemption – People can claim a religious faith but use it strictly as a cover for their own cruelty (that has nothing to do with their religion). AUDIO ONLY

Lost Son – another tale of Dinga Cisse, an ancient African warrior.  AUDIO ONLY #swordandsoul


For the convenience of folks looking to purchase any of my work for their e-readers, I have stories available in e-form broken down by novels, novellas, short stories, and anthologies I’ve appeared in.  Buy me often!


The Knights of Breton Court: King Maker. The streets of Indianapolis, the ancient Arthurian cycle is replaying in the lives of rival street gangs. Told through the eyes of King, as he gathers like-minded friends and warriors around him to venture into the fastness of Dred, the notorious crime lord, this is a stunning mix of myth and harsh reality. (Angry Robot Books).  The Prologue is available as a free read.

The Knights of Breton Court:  King’s Justice.  Spurred on by ever more urgent visions by his mystic advisor, Merle, King attempts to unite the warring gangs. But the knights of Breton Court are assailed on all sides by greed, temptation and some very real monsters. But worse, there is betrayal from within King’s innermost circle (Angry Robot Books).  A sample chapter is available as a free read.

The Knights of Breton Court:  King’s War.  King has been betrayed, but he has no time to lick his wounds – he has to draw his people together to fight the ultimate foe in this conclusion to the stunning Knights of Breton Court trilogy (Angry Robot Books).  A sample chapter is available as a free read.

THE KNIGHTS OF BRETON COURT.  From the drug gangs of downtown Indianapolis, the one true king will arise. The King Arthur myth is dramatically retold through the eyes of street hustler King, as he tries to unite the crack dealers, gangbangers and the monsters lurking within them to do the right thing. This collects all three volumes of the series.

[Series is also available as an audio book]



Orgy of Souls (co-written with Wrath James White). Twenty souls for his brother’s life is a price that seductively beautiful Samson is willing to pay. Twenty souls drenched in blood, powdered with cocaine and more than one kind of ecstasy. A fair trade for the life of a brother. A fair trade for the life of a priest. And everyone he meets seems so willing to give theirs away. Samuel’s faith often wavers. Diagnosed with HIV and in rapid decline, he hides his disillusionment in the rituals of the priesthood. But when Samson brings him the first blood-signed contract for a young woman’s immortal soul, the steamy world of high fashion male models and the quiet decay of a sickly priest begin to writhe against the realities of life, death, and otherworldly power. (Apex Books)  Chapter one is available as a free read.

Bleed With Me – A folie a deux. The shared madness of two. When two lives become so intertwined that the symptoms of one can be passed along to another. So when Lorelei Davina’s veins open up one night in a suicide attempt she didn’t initiate, it began her descent into a world she never suspected existed.  A folie a deux. It can be a symptom of the greatest kind of love. Or the greatest horror.  Because what can be a greater horror than when one person refuses to let go? (Delirium Books).  Available as an e-book from your favorite online retailer.

Transform YouI Can Transform You.  From the dust of The Trying TimesTM, corp-nations have risen up in place of failed, and twilight haze dropped down in place of the sky. The economy fell, and the Earth itself shot heavenward, transforming the very face of the planet into an alien landscape with towers punching past the new sky into one of many unknowns. Soon after, the jumpers started raining from among the blue lanterns that took the place of sun and stars.  Mac Peterson left the employ of LG Security Forces and now cobbles together a life in the shadows of the great towers, filling policing needs for people too unimportant for the professional corp-national security to care about. His ex-wife, Kiersten, stayed behind on the Security Forces, working undercover. When she turns up dead alongside one of the tower jumpers, Mac pairs up with Ade Walters, a cyborg officer, to uncover who would try to hide Kiersten’s death among the suicides. Searching for the murderer of one of their own, Mac and Ade discover plans to transform the Earth and its inhabitants…plans that only started with the great upheaval and The Trying TimesTM.  (Apex Books)