My first published series of Southwest Contemporary Fantasy novels starts with the genre bending adventure romance, The Tower of Il Serrohe (published 2012), followed by a stunning turn of events in the sequel, Extreme Dust Storms May Exist (to be published late Summer 2014). The series concludes in a flurry of events spanning the Valle Abajo and the Rio Grande Valley in Zero Visibility Possible (projected publication in 2015).
The series starts with the misadventures of Don Vargas, an alcoholic professor ending up in a little two-room Casita in Albuquerque’s South Valley. Don is then tossed through the Portal into the Valle Abajo, an alternate Rio Grande Valley where the lifestyle is more like a medieval collection of clans at war with the evil Soreyes. Dust Storms adds the bright and vivacious Esther Jiron, a 16 year-old honors student who is summoned to the Valle through the long abandoned casita Don once occupied. She takes up the same quest to help the clans overcome the revitalized Soreyes. In the next moment after the dramatic ending of Dust Storms, Zero Visibility brings the entangled story lines and characters of the first two books to a surprising and dramatic conclusion.
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