Meet David and Nicole Korson
Meet Frances Evelyn
There’s a voodoo woman in New Orleans who knows your darkest secrets
French Quarter paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas learns he’s permanently linked to the spirit of a man with whom he’d fought a duel during another lifetime. The only person who can free Wyatt from his curse is long-dead voodoo queen Marie Laveaux. To seek her help, he must travel back to Antebellum New Orleans, succeed in his endeavor, or be trapped in the past forever. When Wyatt meets his former lover at the Mulatto Ball, he doesn’t know if he wants to return.
While Wyatt is time traveling, detective Tony Nicosia and U.S. Attorney Eddie Toledo are working for mob boss Frankie Castellano to try and retrieve a stolen cornet given to him by jazz legend Louis Armstrong. Their failure could result in having their throats cut and bodies thrown in the bayou for the gators to eat.
If you love New Orleans and Louisiana history, don’t miss Black Magic Woman. Visit the French Quarter tonight. You might decide to stay awhile.
Meet Eric Wilder
A writer spinning tangled webs
Meet Frances Evelyn
History is now in the hands of two orphans, a border collie, and a depressed inventor
For as long as Johnny and Ella have known him, Shawn has been that odd but sad man who lives in the shed at the orphanage run by his iron-fisted sister. Every day, the kids watch from the windows as he walks the dog, fixes things, and takes his sister’s belittling with only a sigh.
Everything changes the night Johnny and Ella decide to investigate lights flashing from the shed. The night they discover Shawn’s time machine, which sends them all to medieval England – to a time of mighty castles, jousting tournaments, and wild animals.
But when they witness the injustice of a greedy lord and his champion knight, a simple jump to the past turns into a seemingly impossible quest to save the lives of innocent villagers – as well as their own. All complicated by Shawn’s odd behavior and terrible manners, leaving it up to Johnny and Ella to teach him how to behave properly.
With a combination of modern technology, ingenuity, and trickery, can two orphans, a dog, and a sad inventor change the course of history?
A story that both kids and parents will love
This is a time travel children’s book for ages 8-12. It is a light-hearted and amusing tale which is sure to entertain kids while teaching important lessons about standing up to bullies, being there for one another, helping those who need it, relying on your wits, and behaving considerately towards others. One of the most important dynamics of the story is the role reversal. Here, it is the adult who needs help from the kids in order to understand social interactions, not offend others and avoid getting into trouble. This is often a source of fun and humor, but it also a way to teach these lessons indirectly and without being preachy.
Meet Frances Evelyn
Meet Heather Blackwood
BIZARRE NEW ORLEANS DEATH CEREMONY ENDS IN MURDER
French Quarter paranormal investigator Wyatt Thomas meets a new client at an bizarre death ceremony in a revamped Canal Street movie theater. The man gives Wyatt a bag of cash and a single clue: a solid gold Krewe of Rex, 1948 Mardi Gras doubloon. His only request is for Wyatt to find the person or persons who murdered his mother.
The case isn’t simply cold, it’s 50-years old. When his client is shot dead on the way out the door, Wyatt must go into hiding, solve both murders, or suffer the same fate
A FIERY TRUCK CRASH LEADS TO MURDER AND PARANORMAL ADVENTURE
To stop a killer, private investigator Buck McDivit must time travel back to a forbidden 1000-year-old Mississippian pyramid where he drinks hallucinogenic tea with the most powerful Indian chief in North America and his spiritual adviser, a shamaness with a rattlesnake tattoo on her shoulder. Blink of an Eye is the fun, sexy, romantic, and thrilling Book 3 in the standalone Paranormal Cowboy Series.
Ghost of a Chance, Book 1
Bones of Skeleton Creek, Book 2