Collections of all the books, audiobooks, graphic novels, and collected trades from the year. It's an ongoing list, and I'm always adding to it.
For 10,000-years, one mystery unified seven homeworlds. Escaping the inexplicable collapse of her planet, Celia Vickers hunts for answers to ancient secrets, before they tear the galaxy apart.
With the Galactic Union in tatters, Cadet Captain Celia Vickers and her untested crew break their oaths of duty to seek the truth about the inexplicable collapse of her planet. In that fiery chaos, they rescue an enigmatic man. Someone she believes linked to a 10,000-year-old mystery. Something connecting the seven Union homeworlds. Now caught in the crosshairs of powerful enemies, Celia’s quirky team tests her leadership as she struggles with self-doubt and heartbreak—and betrayal. Then, in a last ditch effort to determine the stranger’s origin, they uncover an interdimensional plot poised to upend the galaxy.
Blackfire, is a 193,000-word, high-action, epic science fiction/fantasy, combining the entrenched machinations of Dune with the grim realities of Joe Abercrombie’s The First Law series, and a splash of Sicario. The story originated during my years as a writer and artist for Marvel and DC, while a large amount of the setting came from living in Manhattan through the 9/11 attacks and its aftermath.