Stories of Faeries and Grims

The transition from writing about werewolves to writing about Celtic faeries was much easier than you might guess. I had a Welsh grandmother whom I adored. She was a brave and tough little gal, full of fun, who immigrated to Canada all by herself at the tender age of 19!

The rest of my family roots are Irish and Scottish, with some English sprinkled in.

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The Grim is a Fae herald of death!

So you can bet that I grew up on an abundance of stories about the Fair Folk, the Fae, the Sidhe, the Tylwyth Teg and more!

Some of the characters were beautiful, many were scary, and all were dangerous. Perhaps it’s only natural that I should be a teller of faery tales now – but these ones are definitely for grown-ups!

My new Grim Series is based on one of my favorite fae legends:  The Grim is also known as the Black Dog, and his role is to act as a herald of death and misfortune. But how did he get that job? And what if he doesn’t want it?

See my pages for Storm Warrior, Storm Bound, and the newest release, Storm Warned




Click here and Meet VINCENT, an honorary Grim!


JUSTINE EYRE, Narrator Extraordinaire

Justine EyreThe talented Justine Eyre is the narrator of the audio version of each novel in the Grim Series. Justine is a classically trained actress who has narrated over three hundred audiobooks. With a prestigious Audie Award and five AudioFile Earphones Awards under her belt, Justine is multilingual and is known for her great facility with accents. She has appeared on stage in leading roles in King Lear and The Crucible, and has starring roles in four films on the indie circuit. Her recent television credits include Two and a Half Men and Mad Men.

Ever wonder how audio books are made? Check out this INTERVIEW with JUSTINE EYRE and DANI HARPER at Books-n-Kisses