Step into the shoes of your favourite fantasy antagonists. I join nineteen brilliant fantasy authors to show you why evil is a matter of perspective. Contains the Los Nefilim short story "Every Hair Casts a Shadow."
Los Nefilim: Part One
A lyrical tale in a world of music and magic, In Midnight's Silence shows the lengths a man will go to save the people he loves, and the sides he’ll choose when the sidelines are no longer an option.
Los Nefilim: Part Two
Even as Diago tries to prove his allegiance to Los Nefilim, events conspire that only fuel the other Nefilim’s suspicions—including the fact that every mortal Diago has known in Barcelona is being brutally murdered.
Los Nefilim: Part Three
In a frantic race to save the future of humanity, Diago is forced to rely on his daimonic nature to deceive an angel. In doing so, he discovers the birth of a modern god—one that will bring about a new world order from which no one can escape.
Determined to rescue Rachael from the demon he unleashed on her soul, Lucian flees his sister, and Catarina follows. In the end, she will force him once more to choose between losing Rachael or opening the Hell Gates so the Fallen's hordes may overrun Earth, their last obstacle before reaching Heaven's Gates.
A Los Nefilim vignette with Diago, Rafael, and Miquel. In Spain, Valentine's Day is celebrated, but with nothing like the festivities that surround St. George's Day.
Unlike the Los Nefilim novellas, no one dies in this story, and there is no great adventure. It's just a slice of life scene, but since so many folks have seemed to enjoy the moments with Diago, Miquel, and Rafael, I thought you might like "A Rose, A Dragon."
Comes the night, thin fingers reach past broken glass and grit. Warm asphalt oozes open; weeds part like thin gray ribbons. Brown bottles litter the ground. The yeasty odor of old beer clings to the soil.
Skin-taker’s blind face rises up. The head weaves from side to side, then suddenly stops.
"Comes the Night" is a very teeny horror story that you can read right here.
Civilian Reader gives "La Santisima" a mini-review at his blog.
Death comes for us all.
Keep her as your friend.
Fiction -- out of print
The Broken Road
"Hisses and Wings" with Alex Bledsoe