Book 1: Death’s Collector

(February 2019)

Death needs a little help.

Bib bargained with the God of Death to save his daughter. Now he owes a lot of murders. How many?

Only the god knows.

Bib finds that he loves to kill. Is it because of the bargain?

Or has he always been a murderer at heart?

Book 2: Death’s Baby Sister

(May 2019)

Sorcerers shouldn’t make it rain whales.

But it might happen. The gods are driving young sorcerers mad and tapping their power.

Everybody blames Bib the sorcerer. He’s not sure they’re wrong.

Can he protect the child sorcerers? Or will he need to  sacrifice them? Or sacrifice himself?


Book 3: Death’s Collector: Sorcerers Dark and Light

(April 2020)

Bib the sorcerer is dragged into a conflict with the demonic son of the God of War, and his mistake allows a sadistic fiend to make off with a hoard of kids.

Now Bib must negotiate with the gods for enough power to overcome his sinister foe. And if that doesn’t work, then he’ll just have to summon the dead…

Book 4: Death’s Collector: Void Walker

(October 2020)

The petty, vicious gods demand that Bib the sorcerer lure a young king into a losing war. Can Bib arrange things so that the king is defeated yet keeps his throne – and his head?

The king won’t listen until Bib crushes some traitors for him. Faced with rebellious nobles, mystical killers, and allies he can’t control, Bib finds that cleverness needs a sword and some vicious magic to back it up. Because if he fails, the gods have torture, death, and even destruction beyond death waiting for him.


Book 5: Death’s Collector: Sword Hand

(June 2021)

A killer with doubts. A ruinous war.

A couple of stupid decisions.

Bib the sorcerer doesn’t expect to throw in with a bunch of horrid peasants. In fact, he hates the idea and would gladly trade them for a sock full of sand.

Although he’s never thought of himself as evil, but now his friends tell him to wake up and smell the evil coffee – he is.

But does he have to be? Saving the helpless sounds like something a good person would do. But with armies slaughtering thousands all over the countryside, how not-evil is he prepared to be?

Book 1: Death’s Collector
Audio Book

Narrated by Daniel Penz.

Companion Book: Wee Piggies of Radiant Might

(March 2019)

Somebody’s murdering the gods.

Gods are becoming stupid, weak, or insane. Who’s responsible? Enemies gather. The gods have never been very popular.

Can Fingit, the weakest god, avoid destruction to plan the attack? Can he get the addled, manic gods to understand the plan?

Can he arrange it so if anybody gets killed it won’t be him?