Setting Fires with Dragons – the COMPLETE SERIES

If Buffy owned a dragon…

Over 1600+ pages of magic and mayhem, action and humor fill this snarky urban fantasy boxed set.

“They say revenge is best served cold…

Personally, I like mine served with a side of dragon fire.”

All I ever wanted was to be an acrobat in the circus. Then my family was killed by vampires and plans changed.

I became a vigilante, instead.

I still perform. My dragon, Percy, and I take to the skies in the greatest show you’ve ever seen.

Seeing this sassy Kansas girl cracking whips on the back of a dragon sure does draw in a crowd. Not that I allow their adulations (and tips) stop me from seeking what I truly crave. Vengeance.

We’ve hunted down the murderous vampires to New Orleans.

Seems they’ve been up to horrible things since killing my parents… and if I don’t stop them, no one will.

Time to set the vamps’ world on fire.


If you like ever wanted to know Buffy the Vampire Slayer would have been like if she owned a dragon, then Setting Fires with Dragons will blow you away.

“Mythology, satire, and brutal honesty. Vance delivers a knockout punch of fun and fearlessness in every last one of his books. Not only does he make you laugh, he makes you think. That’s a rare combination that few authors ever achieve, and Vance does it splendidly.” — John P. Logsdon, author of the Paranormal Police Department series.

What Amazon readers are saying:

★★★★★ ‘Urban Fantasy at its best.’

★★★★★ ‘Irritatingly unputdownable.’

★★★★★ ‘Refreshing in its uniqueness.’

★★★★★ ‘Boy was this long overdue! I was just whining to my husband about how everyone seems to be working from the same book outline when this little gem popped up.’

★★★★★ ‘Great world building.’

★★★★★ ‘Really enjoyable story. I went directly to Book 2.’

★★★★★ ‘Genuine giggles on every page.’

★★★★★ ‘Oh I needed that … Something different.’

★★★★★ ‘Ex-vampires, avatars, fae, and humans just trying to get along … Make time to sit down and read through in one sitting.’


Meet S.W. Clarke and Ramy Vance

Ramy Vance is the creator of the GoneGod World – a universe dedicated to myth, magic, mischief and mayhem. He lives in Edinburgh with his wife, demonic baby, monstrous 5-year old and imaginary dog.

Terrified, he pretty much stays in his office and writes.

The Mage’s Devotion

The Northern Alliance and the nations to the south seem to be in a never-ending cycle of war and destruction. Flynn Matthews, a typical farm boy, unfortunately finds himself at a geographical disadvantage during these war times, as he experiences a terrible childhood tragedy which flings him into a world of chaos and magic. After suffering his loss, he is taken in by a local temple to apprentice in the magical arts. When his apprenticeship ends, he is tasked to a secret assignment which is riddled with supernatural complications.

Meet Rich O’Toole

I wrote this series for my love of LITRPG’s, but I often find that many LITRPG’s simply can’t convince me to care enough about the world or the characters. I think this is because the genre is a bit too strict to the gaming structure, and the world just doesn’t seem real enough. I have found a few books that do a better job at this than others, but what I really wanted, was a legitimate fantasy story with slight hints toward gaming mechanics. I think that the gaming world can offer a lot in terms of new takes on magic and the fantasy genre at large, and I hope that I can convince others of this as well. May you enjoy this series as much as I have during the creation of it.

Bride of the Crimson Queen

Kami, a novice fire sorceress, never wanted to fight. She already lost her mother, the great fire sorceress Arkemi, to the forces of darkness. While the world sees a fallen hero, Kami is riddled with regret and bitterness—struggling to understand what she died for.
Although heroes may persevere, darkness never truly fades; it merely waits for a chance to return. The Crimson Queen, a powerful vampire that once laid claim to Kami’s town, Fortuna, is back. Struck with fear, the townspeople prepare to evacuate. Alice, Kami’s best friend and vampire hunter, urges her to follow suit. She warns her that the Queen’s power is too great for them to challenge on their own. The Crimson Queen’s formidable power is also augmented by the legions of minions who assist her in her dirty business. Kami refuses, unable to leave her home—the last remaining link she has to her late mother.
But danger travels fast. Alice is bitten by one of the Queen’s vampire minions. Unless that vampire is destroyed within seven days, Alice will become their mindless servant. Unwilling to lose someone else she loves, Kami decides to join a group of hunters hired by the town’s Mayor to eradicate the Queen for good.
These minions have powers Kami’s never seen before and the skills to match it. Will her unwavering determination and raw strength be enough to save her friend and town in the process? She may have less than seven days to find out.


Meet Keri Moore

Keri Moore is the author of “The Fox Demon’s Kiss.” She works for the city by day and writes novels during her spare time. She received a bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature from Smith College and a master’s degree in International Affairs and Global Justice from Brooklyn College. She was born and raised in Brooklyn where she currently calls home. When she’s not writing, she can be found curled up in bed reading a book, cooking, taking walks through Prospect Park, watching Japanese animation, reading a manga, or taking a much needed catnap.

Demon for Hire

Every couple of decades, thousand-year-old Alexis Rayne takes on a new identity. After making a name for herself in New York City, she moves to a small town to rebuild her career as a hired hitwoman. The payout sucks, but that’s the trade-off for a quiet suburbian life. Well, somewhat quiet. The vampires still run this place, and if Alexis wants to make a name for herself, she’ll have to impress her new boss without pissing off the vamps.

Meet Shade Owens

Shade Owens is an award-winning author of young adult and new adult dystopian stories driven by strong female characters. One of her most cherished works, The Feral Sentence, has captured the hearts of thousands of readers. Currently, Shade is also exploring the world of fantasy. When she is not having animated discussions with the characters in her head, Shade can be found gaming, playing acoustic guitar, or painting characters from comics, movies, or video-games to be given to family and friends.

Mountain Of Fangs

A brimming sense of despair. A hotbed of horrific beasts. Who will survive the hellstorm?

Frazier Mountain, California. Kevin Murphy can’t seem to catch a break. Fleeing to an imposing pine-forested peak after a series of Hollywood fiascos, the beaten-down writer fears the gorgeous woman on his arm won’t stick around if he doesn’t find success soon. But their idyllic cabin in the woods becomes a house of horrors when he discovers the area is secretly a haven for disturbing creatures and deadly vampires.

Desperate to show he’s strong, Kevin and his girlfriend rush to assemble a monster-fighting force. But all his efforts might be for naught in the face of their maniac neighbor’s plan to use a legendary spellbook to unleash all-out annihilation.

Can the troubled wordsmith rebuff a bloody invasion without becoming fiend fodder?

Mountain Of Fangs is the pulse-throttling first book in the Mountain Of Fangs horror series. If you like creepy locales, inhuman threats, and the clash of swords and gunfire, then you’ll love Carlo Hart’s uneasy climb.

Buy Mountain Of Fangs to dodge death’s bite today!


Meet Carlo Hart

I started my career as a script reader at Paramount Studios. Then I became a comedy writer for the tv show American Dad. Afterwards, I moved to a mountain cabin on the outskirts of Los Angeles where I could write all day and fight monsters all night.

With a fireplace and mountain snow for inspiration, I wrote my first books.

When I am not writing, I am hiking with my dogs, playing guitar, running from Bigfoot (kidding, he hates to run) or just chasing a UFO. There is a lot of strange activity up here, it is the perfect place for writing scary stories…

Confined Within Dark Secrets

Lies, secrets, thirst, and death! Was that all their wicked world was capable of? Or was there more to it than what meets the eye? “Savor every moment that you can-” he whispered in my ear. “- because sooner or later, you’ll be singing your own death song.” His cool breath made the hairs at the back of my neck stand up and his evocative words brought back the premonitions of imminent peril that had descended over me. After a fatal accident late one night followed by inexplicable string of events, Reign Brooks’ life takes a drastic turn when she finds herself caught in a dark realm with a war raging between two clans of primeval vampires. Amidst unveiling dark secrets, she desperately tries to find a way out of the abyss while fighting the fatal battle of trust and betrayal. This is a vampire thriller fantasy series with a pinch of romance struggling within a doomed unfair world! Dive into the dark vampire world to unfold their secrets!

Meet Swathi Mani

Swathi Mani is the author of Confined Within Dark Secrets. She wrote a handful of fan fictions before deciding to write her own novel. Swathi lives in Bangalore and is currently at a crossroads. Keep in touch with Swathi Mani via : https://www.instagram.com/swathimaniauthor

THE ETERNAL DARKNESS: 159 TALES OF TERROR

Stephen King meets Dean Koontz. Do you like stories in the style of the Twilight zone, Outer limits and Tales from the crypt?  
Then this massive book of short stories is for you, not too wordy, not too long but still packs a hell of a punch.  
Over 1800 pages and 159 tales from the deepest depths of the psyche. So, light the bedside lamp, draw the bed-covers close and prepare for a rare treat of a book that will have you reading into the early hours of the morning. 
Table of Contents:

After the fall
The Book Thief
The Infinity Loop
Hell on Earth
The Nightmare
The Shadow People
A Life
Not One Second Longer
MR Postman
A Knock at the Door
The Mind Invaders
Judgment Day
Junkie
Scaredy Cat
The Cabin
The Immortal
The Replacement
They Walk Among Us
The Stowaway
The Mausoleum
The Demons
Oxygen
The Golden Glove
A Meeting with Death
The Pact
The Promotion
The Sacred Spot
The Locker Room
The Hell Gate
Jumper
Prisoner
The phone
Alexis
The Body Switchers
The Machines
The Debt Collector
Lady
The Cost of Greed
The Driving Lesson
The Grimore
The killer
The Last of the An
The Mirror of the Snake God
The Writer
The Gift
The Mind Fuckers
The Bot
The Masters
The Sight
The Others
Digital Reality (short version)
Cold Christmas
Voodoo and the Writer
Beware the Sat Nav
Day of the Invasion
Night of the Winged Demon
Room 
The Captain and the Sea Gulls
The Man In The Cave
The Ring
The vial of the genome soldier
The Tag
The Cellar
The Demon’s Gateway
The Post Humans
Dream Racer
The Werewolf of Yellow Stone Creek
The Virus
The kidnap
The Blood
Six Silver Bullets
Second Life
In Hell
Beware the Weegiboard
Beware The Son Of War
A Dispassionate Eye
I love the Little Bastards
The Cellar Dwellers
When There’s No More Room in Hell…
The Immortality Serum
The Leavers
The Bureau
The Tube
The Soul Demon
A Purposeful Day
Waking From A Dream
The Amulet
Rampage
Telepaths
Wizards
The Proposition
The Shortcut
Monster
A Dangerous love
The Switch
The Attack
Traitor
The Others
The Ring of Power
The Set-up (short-version)
The Spider and Immortality
Zombie Nightmare
The Wiser
The Stelaers
The Robots Rebellion
The Light Within
The God Stone
The Book
Stranded
Runtime
Nightfall
Just one more kick
Hunted
Eternity
Dead Time
Tulia Bellona: The Serial Killers Daughter
The Super-Zombie
The Son of Satan
The Invasion
The Game
The Almanac
Split Minds/Split worlds
Resident
Moonlight Sonata
Jack And Jane
Gone Potty
Elixir
Dark Heart
The Witches Sabbat
The Storm
The Somewhereman
The Meteorite
The Haunted Library
The Deep Dark Place
Strange Occurences
Sally-Ann’s Room
October st
Man Hater
Imaginings
Glynnis The Demon And Jack
Human
The Artist
The Plan
The Protectors
The Asylum
A Long Way to Fall
The Immortality Serum
The Dark Gift
Dark Horizon
Digital Reality
DNA Wars
End Times
The Inhumans
Night the Demons Came
A Novella: A Memoir of a Mind Deprogrammer and Journey into Satan’s’ Children
The Setup
We are Legend
My Story: A First Hand Account of
Schizophrenia From a Young Asians
Perspective.
A Memoir of a Modern Day Psychiatric Hospital


Meet Steven Havelock

Steven Havelock is a psychology graduate who lives in London with his pet cat Sammy, and spends more time then is healthy reading books and watching films to bring forth some spectacular plot sand ideas for his works. He has been trying to perfect his craft for the last 25 years and has devoted his life to writing that is of the wall, if you want to read something new, fresh, and original then look no further than his massive book of tales titled ‘THE ETERNAL DARKNESS: 159 TALES OF TERROR.’

Moonlight Crusade

College student Kyle Falconer’s trip to New York City gets a bloody extension when his Christian group is brutally murdered by vampires. Now undead himself, Kyle is taken in by a sympathetic woman with the ability to see the future, and she begins training him to defend himself against the madman who slaughtered his friends. With a holy war looming on the horizon, Kyle must gather allies to save the world while also dealing with Vatican vampire hunters and the undead Yakuza.

Contains graphic violence and strong language.

Cover art by Ramon MacAirap ([email protected]).


Meet Scott Kinkade

Scott Kinkade lives in Oklahoma where he struggles to put words to paper. He graduated from Oklahoma Christian University with a BA in Arts. His major was English/Writing. He enjoys reading, writing, TV, anime, video games, and comic books/manga. He has an unhealthy interest in history which is sure to get him in trouble one day.

The Darkest Gift

A dynamic, enthralling tale of love, jealousy, rage, and the Supernatural!.
Story: When a self-loathing Gay man—Jack, meets an elegant yet incredibly mysterious Laurent Richelieu, he thinks his stroke of bad luck with men and women has come to an end. Or is it the beginning of a nightmare?
As the two begin their courtship—Jack encounters horrifying experiences involving paranormal experiences, vampirism, and possible reincarnation, making him question his sanity. The more time Jack spends with his mysterious European love interest, the more revealed about the dark secret awaiting Jack. Are they destined to be together? —does Laurent honestly care for Jack? Or is there a much more sinister plot involved?


Meet Len Handeland

I’ve always enjoyed writing and drawn to being creative—as far back as I can remember. Back in middle school, when my classmates and I were assigned a book report, and the others groaned, I cheered—not only being given an exciting novel to read but also to compose the essay assignment as well. Everything had to be perfect, the spelling, grammar, and accuracy regarding the subject matter. Later on—in my late teens, I attended FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) in Manhattan studying illustration; years later, I decided to pursue a career in the hair industry using my artistic training at FIT and creativity to excel in hair owning three hair salons, one in San Francisco’s Union Square and two in the town of Sonoma; I am now retired from my former profession and have decided to pursue writing full time which has always been a life-long passion of mine.
My first novel, “The Darkest Gift,” is being well received and was written with my affinity and passion for the vampire genre. Its a Vampire story of my own, in my own words. This Vampire story is different then others—where love is the only thing that matters. My second novel that I recently started writing, is a crime, drama, murder, mystery, which is quite a stark departure from the genre of vampires but deals with many of the same issues and feelings as in my first novel, which is love, rage, jealousy, deception, and a character who returns from my first novel.
Len Handeland wrote “The Darkest Gift” as he felt no other author had written an enthralling vampire romance novel since Anne Rice, which was a breakthrough in featuring two vampires of the same gender as a couple. Being a life-long fan of vampires starting when he was a small child and into his adult years, Len wanted to write a compelling and enthralling book where the characters are complicated (both humans and vampires) and where the same-sex couples are far less ambiguous about their sexual orientation than in vampire books of the last century. Where the emphasis is on love, whether human and vampire or two vampires (of the same gender), it was vital for the author to avoid anything graphically sexual, but instead, the focus is on the sensual aspect of two men together. Also noteworthy was addressing stereotypes regarding vampires and some of the gay men in Len’s book. That all vampires are evil and unfeeling creatures, that all gay men are effeminate, couldn’t be further from the truth. He utilized the classic tale of good versus evil (in this case, vampire against vampire) and how one of the human characters, Jack, despite his struggles with sexual orientation, finally learns to accept and embrace who he truly is. The message the author is delivering is: do what is right and be true to yourself. In his novel, that applies not only to humans but vampires alike.
The locations in my book are places the author has an affinity for, having spent time in each over the years. Rich in history and culture, and each with an exquisite beauty of their own. The settings include Paris, Haiti, and New Orleans, which all share a French connection.
Len Handeland feels his work stands out from other “Gay vampire books” which may be too graphic sexually and reduced to being dismissed by most by being just that. At the same time, writing about the same-sex couple, whether that be two vampires or a human and a vampire, he wanted the focus to be on each character, feeling as if they had met their soul mate and were meant to be together forever.

The Dividing

Adamic is the language of the Gods. When spoken, it has the power to create worlds, to raise the dead, to make man as God. Fortunately, no one has spoken it in thousands of years. The only remnants are the written spells. The people of Cavernum depend on these spells. They’re etched into the city walls, fending off the feeders—deadly creatures with a thirst for human blood. They kill and consume any caught beyond the walls. Yet for the lower class, Cavernum isn’t much safer. Children starve, and illness runs rampant. In an effort to maintain order, all children turning 18 are subject to The Dividing—a city-wide competition for the highest paying guilds. Those who aren’t accepted are sent to the fields, condemned to a life of slave-labor. Princess Roselyn Malik has trained her entire life for The Dividing. She’s guaranteed a spot in the royal orchestra, but equalist rebels threaten her throne. To secure her crown, Rose must acquire the power and prestige associated with the guard. Only guardsmen have access to the amulets—powerful weapons that grant dominion over the elements. Meanwhile, in Colorado, Matt will do anything to help his terminally-ill adoptive mother. For now, that means poaching to pay the bills. Until one day, Matt is attacked by a feeder and plunged into the world of Cavernum. There too, Matt is drawn to the guard, in search of a magic strong enough to save his mother. But danger lurks beyond the walls, and Cavernum won’t be safe for long.