The Soul Mender

In an escape to avoid becoming the next victim of the Rocky Mountain Murderer, twenty-two-year-old Riley Dale finds herself flung into a parallel universe where good and evil seem to have switched places. 

As her deadly visions become real, Riley discovers the implausible story of a world split in two, and the truth about her ancestors who have been hunted for thousands of years because of a single mistake made long ago. 

And now it’s Riley's turn to pay for that blunder.

Pursued by both the government and a clandestine sect of assassins, Riley must ally with the only people in the parallel universe willing to keep her safe—her lowlife counter soul, and the opposite soul of a man who tortured and killed five young women.

THE Peace Keeper:
Book Two of The Soul Mender Trilogy

Safe in her own world, Riley Dale should finally be able to put the horrifying experience in the parallel universe behind her.  But as she processes recent events, business as usual is not an option. Her allies are still in big trouble.

To rescue her friends, Riley ventures back into the parallel world she’d tried so hard to escape. As her path winds through a maze of twisted history and familial legend, she finds herself blocked by both her attitude and insecurities, as well as by her enemies.

And those enemies are becoming desperate.

As each version of the world and her opponents grow more volatile, Riley must cast aside her own weakness and accept the mantle of Electa if she can ever hope to save humanity from a devastating end.

The World Binder:

Book Three of The Soul Mender Trilogy

Riley’s allies are scattered, broken, or dead. In one universe, an army stands ready to destroy the East. In the other, a biological weapon threatens to wipe out the West. Despite the looming devastation, she is no closer to restoring balance to humanity.

As Riley trains to use the ring her grandmother left her and works to find a way to bind the worlds, terrifying new visions plague her. Unearthed betrayals lead Riley to painful truths and hopeless revelations about those she thought she could trust. Even about people she loves.

As her enemies circle and her friends falter, Riley must race to find answers lost to ancient memory in the sands surrounding what was once the Garden of Eden. Healing the world may demand she sacrifice all she holds dear—even her own chance to witness the peace she’s fought so hard for.

I’ve found the best thing to do with bad luck is to keep it right under your nose. That way it can’t pop up and surprise you. You never know. Maybe the object that curses you is the only one that can set you free.
— Michael Flynn, Chapter 25

Awards and Nominations:

2014 El Paso Writers’ League Annual Contest: First Place, Mystery and Suspense for The Soul Mender

2016 Kirkus Star for The Soul Mender

2016 Best Indie Debut Novel—The Soul Mender—Kirkus Reviews

2016 Quarter Finalist for the Booklife Prize in Fiction for The Soul Mender

2016 Runner Up for the Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Contest
2016 El Paso Writers' League Annual Contest: First Place Open Form Poetry—Nowhere

2016 El Paso Writers' League Annual Contest: Second Place Sci-Fi/Fantasy—The Peace Keeper

2016 El Paso Writers' League Annual Contest: First Place Young Adult—The Ascenditure

2017 Winner in the Genre Fiction Category—The Soul Mender—Los Angeles Book Fest

2017 Winner in the Sequel Category—The Peace Keeper—Los Angeles Book Fest