Category Archives: Cloak Games


A quick note of thanks – CLOAK GAMES: TRUTH CHAIN had the best first-month sales of the series so far. Thanks everyone!

Also, occasionally people ask how many CLOAK GAMES books there are going to be. I finalized the outline last week, and CLOAK GAMES will have a total of 11 books.  After the 11th book I might continue the series the way GHOST EXILE continued THE GHOSTS series, but I’ll decide when I get there.

Meanwhile, there will be 11 books in the CLOAK GAMES series, and I’m looking forward to starting CLOAK GAMES: HAMMER BREAK later this year!


CLOAK GAMES: TOMB HOWL now available!

Available at Amazon USAmazon UKAmazon CanadaAmazon GermanyAmazon AustraliaBarnes & NobleiTunesKobo, Google Play, and Smashwords.

Nadia Moran saved the world and tens of millions of lives.

All it cost was her sanity.

But sane or not, Lord Morvilind has work for her to do. This time, he wants her to work with the brutal and murderous Rebels.

And unless Nadia is clever, the Rebels will start their revolution with her death…


another CLOAK GAMES: TOMB HOWL excerpt

Editing CLOAK GAMES: TOMB HOWL. Let’s have another spoiler-free excerpt! In this discussion, Nadia engages in a discussion about mental health with a concerned co-worker:

I couldn’t stop myself. I did laugh that time.

“What?” she snapped, glaring at me.

“We’re all idiots, you know that?” I said.

“You’re insane,” she said.

“Well,” I said. “You’re not wrong.”

“Oh, shut up already.” 


CLOAK GAMES questions & answers!

As editing continues on CLOAK GAMES: TOMB HOWL, it’s time for some QA about the series!

Bret asks concerning the cover for CLOAK GAMES: TOMB HOWL:

“Great cover! Does Nadia actually wear leather in this one? (Or is that pleather?)”

Nah. The closest Nadia comes in TOMB HOWL is a black navy coat. She would be ticked if she saw the way she was dressed on the covers. 🙂

AW asks via email:

“Do Morvilind and Arvalaeon know each other?”

Oh yes. Arvalaeon is wary of Morvilind.

Morvilind, for his part, hates Arvalaeon. He thinks that Arvalaeon isn’t willing to get his hands dirty and is insufficiently ruthless to do what needs to be done.

Joe asks via email:

“Why are Cloak Games Elves immune to bullets?”

To put it in Dungeons & Dragons terms, you need a +1 weapon or higher to hit an Elf.

Of course, in practical terms, this only applies to personal weapons. Massive kinetic force would kill an Elf (like a bomb or getting run over by a truck). And nobody is immune to a nuke.




As long-time readers know, the CLOAK GAMES series tends to have extended plot arcs.

I think the plot arc of the first three books could be summed up with the words THE SHADOW HUNTER.

For books four through six, the plot arc could be summed up with the words THE LORD INQUISITOR.

What will be the plot arc of the next several books? What foe will Nadia face next? I think these words sum it up best: