Echoes of Avalon has a little bit of something for everyone. Readers have said:

“Echoes of Avalon has elements of historical fiction, mythology, Christianity, the paranormal, and just enough romance to keep things interesting,”


“It artistically weaves together characters from Genesis, Norse mythology, and the magical realm of Avalon. The story ties this all in with our own human nature of trying to discern who we are as a person and how we choose to overcome obstacles of past and present, no matter how horrific. Intense imagery will keep you turning the pages,”


“It usually takes me longer to read a 500 page book but I found myself picking it up at every spare moment, and had it finished in less than a week.”


“Set in the middle ages, after the First Crusade; King Arthur and his knights are just a myth within a myth in the book. But all myths have a core of truth, and Clarke’s Law (that magic is just science we don’t understand yet) is followed faithfully in this novel, even if for background info it uses Norse Myth, the Book of Genesis, and the myths of England and Ireland woven into a logical whole by the author. From that standpoint, this novel comes close to hard science fiction or historical romance; those who follow such genres and normally avoid fantasy will not be disappointed.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself, but don’t take my word for it or even that of other readers, check out samples here of the many facets of which you might be personally drawn. Chapter One is available in its entirety for downloading so you can take it with you and read at your leisure and/or share with friends who may also be interested in Echoes of Avalon.  Enjoy………

Complete Chapter One


Ghost Stories

Fairy Tales