Ashley

Chloe

Sean-Paul

Annan

Cesair

Other Stories Set in Annan's World

Once I am finished with book three of Annan's, I will go on to write Cases of the SIA. They will be told via an omnipresent stance and will have many perspectives of the various characters introduced in Annan's stories. I have not decided if each book will be linear or not, but I am considering having some delve into the past, so that readers can get a feel for people who have passed on in Annan’s world. These, of course, are all ideas and all ideas change with the course of writing. What I want for these new books is to be like a supernatural investigative stories. Kind of like NCIS or CSI for otherworldly beings. Of course, my agency in Annan's world is called the Supernatural Intelligence Agency, or SIA. Keep checking back for books in this exciting new series!

Beyond Annan's Story, Awaits the SIA

Annan's Books

This map will show you how to get to the place that inspired Annan's stories, as well as the entire world she lives in. It's a fun drive over Stampede Pass and a beautiful walk into Lester. You can swim in the crystal clear water of the Green River and even find a hidden Geo-Cache.

The World of Annan

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Book One of the Annan Werewolf Series, Coming Home, begins Annan's story with her finding out she is something more than just a mere human. All her life she had known something was a bit different about her, but it isn't until a strange duo come to collect her, and bring her to her biological family, does she find out strange is too mild a word to describe what she really is. On top of dealing with the huge supernatural bombshell of her linage, Annan also has to deal with feeling sexually attracted to someone for the first time in her life. Of course, it couldn't be anyone normal for Annan. No, she had to be attracted to a half vampire half werepanther who is old enough to be a senior citizen but looks like an Abercrombie model. There are many times where Annan finds herself thinking her life was much easier before Sean and Korbin came and collected her and that idea is solidified by the end of book one.


In book two, Taken, Annan wakes to find herself in a cage. That's right folks, book one ends with her being kidnapped. Annan deals with the situation as only Annan can and in the process of escaping her capture she lands herself in a den of vampires. If you thought book one had some twists in it then hold onto your seat for book two. Without spoiling too much, let's just say Annan makes some very surprising discoveries about herself and the people around her and what happens to her while with the vampires puts into action an event of epic proportions by the end of the third book.


The final book to solely focus on Annan is the third one, which I've named book 2.5 since it is really the finale to the first two and not large enough to stand on it's own as a book. Well, as of December 2014 it isn't big enough, but it also isn't finished yet. In Changes more surprising evidence is discovered about Annan and the people she cares for. I'll have to say that one of the surprises even surprised me when I wrote it ;-)  When Annan has her twenty-third birthday she finally discovers exactly what she is, which is the biggest surprise yet.

Book One of the Annan Werewolf Series, titled Coming Home, begins Annan's story with her finding out she is something more than just a mere human. All her life she had known something was a bit different about her, but it isn't until a suspicious duo come to collect her and bring her to her biological family does she find out strange is too mild a word to describe what she really is. On top of dealing with the huge supernatural bombshell of her linage, Annan also has to deal with feeling sexually attracted to someone for the first time in her life. Of course, it couldn't be anyone normal for Annan. No, she had to be attracted to a half vampire, half werepanther who is old enough to be a senior citizen but looks like an Abercrombie model. There are many times where Annan finds herself thinking her life was much easier before Sean and Korbin brought her back to her family, and that idea is solidified by the end of book one.


In book two, Taken, Annan wakes to find herself in a cage. That's right folks, book one ends with her being kidnapped. Annan deals with the situation as only Annan can and in the process of escaping her capture she lands herself in a den of vampires. If you thought book one had some twists in it, then hold onto your seat for book two. Without spoiling too much, let's just say Annan makes some very surprising discoveries about herself and the people around her while with Antonio. And, what happens to her in his home puts into action an event of epic proportions by the end of the third book.

The final book to solely focus on Annan is the third one, which I've named Changes. In book three, more surprising evidence is discovered about Annan and the people she cares for. I'll have to say, one of the surprises even surprised me when I wrote it!  By the end of the book she discovers exactly what she is, but that isn't even the biggest surprise in the story. You'll have to read it to find out!


 

 

Where Annan Came From

Refurbished  Fairy  Tales

My free series titled: Refurbished Fairy Tales, gives audiences a taste of other happenings in the world I made for Annan. However, some of the people in Annan's trilogy make an appearance in a few of books which will be in this series. Cesair herself is in Bella Donna, and Elizabeta will be in Ariel. Bella Donna is a retelling of Beauty and the Beast but set in the world I made for Annan. The beast is a werewolf and Bella is a plump girl in a magical town who becomes his beauty.

Ariel is set in modern times and is my first omnipresent story. It begins with Toshi, who fell in love with a mermaid and is doing all he can to make it so the two of them can always be together. There is a bit of a twist and Ariel helps an ancient myth be reawakened when she does what she needs to save her love.

 Aliah brings people to the past and the Persian empire with a vagabond thief named Aliah who is tasked by the self proclaimed prince to find a mythical lamp. She finds the lamp, but also something she never expected.


I know of at least one other story that I have yet to make a cover for and that is Alice. It is, of course, a retelling of Alice in Wonderland, but this Alice is a girl at a themed outdoor party who finds a monstrous white rabbit and a man set to rid our world of it. This book is more my Dr. Who fan fiction than anything else, but fits perfectly in the world of Annan. This pair will come around again some day in Cases of the SIA.


Please check back here and on Facebook to find out when these, and other stories, are released.

 

I first wrote Annan's three part series as one single book in 2008, but when it was done I became convinced the story was too outrageous to be worth while. That original book was torn apart and changed into something completely different so I stepped away from the project altogether. After that incident I went back to the story of Annan—who was known as Freya at that time—and picked up the pieces of her tale to begin again. I'm happy to say what came out of the ashes of the old story are three much, much better ones. I'm in love with these people. I think about them often and pray I have the time each day to write for them. They are like real people to me and I love to visit where they live. You can too if you are in Washington State. Just take exit 62 off I-90 and follow NF-54 to where it ends, get out and walk to the abandon town of Lester and you will find yourself looking at the dilapidated homes I wrote about on the fringe of Snoqualmie Pack Lands. 

There is one stand alone romance I wrote on a whim which falls within the world of Annan. There may be more to come, since I write whatever comes to mind, but for now there is only Amelia and Lucius, a New love. This story is about woman who is married to a cheating husband and the vampire who falls in love with her. You learn of their pasts, and of her once hopes and dreams, and of how she feels so betrayed she would do to her husband what he had been doing to her. Amelia, though, could never imagine the hurt Lucius had suffered when he was suddenly abandoned by the woman he gave everything to, including his life.

I love this story, though it—and all of my books—needs editing, it is a really wonderful one. I am sure you will love it too.

 

Antonio