In the morning the city
Spreads its wings
Making a song
In stone that sings.

In the evening the city
Goes to bed
Hanging lights
About its head.

—Langston Hughes

Be it by choice or providence, you have found yourself trapped within my world for the time being. Since I have you snagged within the spider web for a time, won’t you make yourself comfortable and take a look around?

Below are the lists of places you can navigate while here. The About page is fairly self-explanatory and the Blog is my more personal thoughts regarding life, the universe, and everything. Flynn, WiP, and Poetry take you to different destinations, which only further illustrates my obsession with compartmentalizing.  If nothing else, I am a multi-faceted creature, but this often means following me around several different venues to get the whole picture.

Hopefully, I make it worth your while.

Thank you for stopping and sharing your valuable time with me. I hope to entertain you during the duration of your visit.

  • Eyes of the Seer – Book One of The Vampire Flynn Series
    It all started with a murder. Two victims lay dead at the hands of Peter Dawes, but what laid in wait for him was not the sound of sirens or the banging of a gavel. It would turn a doctor into a killer and a man into a monster.
  • Rebirth of the Seer – Book Two of The Vampire Flynn Series
    The hunter becomes the hunted. The villain transforms into a champion. But even as Peter begins to emerge from the crimson shroud of his alter ego as a newly-gifted seer, he finds himself placed on a game board he would have sooner avoided.
  • A Vampire’s Game – A Story of the Vampire Flynn
    The vampire, Flynn, is well acquainted with the taste of fear in his victim’s blood. But during an evening of indulgence, his immortal sister, Rose, suggests that lust can be just as exotic a flavor as terror.

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2 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Hi Peter, quick question, where did you get the Amazon/barnes and Nobel/Smashwords widgets from? I’d like to add them to my WordPress blog. Also, how did you get the FaceBook app to work, it stubbornly refuses to do anything for me.


    • The icons were created by my editor, but we would not mind you stealing them for use. As far as the Facebook like box is concerned… I think it was a pre-installed WordPress widget. Using the Facebook code itself will not work because I think it might be java-based.

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