The series is urban fantasy, which just means it puts fantastic characters in a modern city. It draws inspiration from Japanese manga, a medieval poem about a werewolf, and my personal love of Toronto’s Kensington Market. (Sounds like a coherent mixture, right?)
I have twelve stories planned in this series, so if you like them, stick around for more! I plan to collect them into paperback editions eventually, but for now they are available as ebooks. They’re novella length; the first two are fairly short, but the third one, which I’m working on now, is going to be significantly longer.
Here’s the synopsis for “The Siege of 7C”:
When you live in an apartment where the rooms move around, with a satyr and a Japanese demon as roommates, fantasy role-playing games aren’t as exciting as they might be. But those dice-roling skills may come in handy when confronted with a flock of otherworldly pigeons. Nick, Takehiko, and Yiannis, the tenants of 7C, return in a second adventure.
There’s also a bonus mini-story, “Birds of a Feather,” which serves as an epilogue to “Siege.” You can find it here.
This is all still so exciting to me. I have two books out in the world now! Two! (Just little books, but still.)