Keshia C. Willi
Keshia C. Willi was born and raised amidst the mountains of the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia. Her writing has been a lifelong journey that has led her down many paths, including screenwriting
Her screenwriting has been recognized in several national script competitions. Virginia is still her home, where she lives with her husband and four dogs.
Her first novel Fire Tales is coming to House of Honor Books soon.
Keshia C. Willi
The world has turned away from magic and cast all magical creatures into the netherworld. But there is not peace. The Arianmordun empire has taken control of its enemy country Senlaisre, enslaving its people for centuries. The people of Senlaisre lie in wait, secretly plotting a rebellion, but the rebels want to ensure their victory and send a young man, Ailadwr, to find the sword Maelcethin in the forbidden forest. The sword is known to bring victory to what hand claims it, but Ailadwr knows that there is a price: the opening of hell and the release of all magic.
Johnny Be Good
“Johnny be good,” that’s what his mother always told him. Johnny’s all grown up now and he’s still being good. He’s so good that he’s almost invisible, which is a very good thing indeed for a hunter. None of the women he meets realize there is another, not so good side, to Johnny until it’s too late.
Then, he meets Samantha. She sees him for what he is and turns his world upside down. That he has a penchant for slicing and dicing young women doesn’t seem to bother her at all. Why should it? She has just killed her date. Now that they have each other, what else was there for them to do but—road trip!
Beware the Wolf
People are not always as they first appear to be. Their intentions are not always pure. The disguises people wear may be quite clever, but they cannot outlive the nature of the beast nor mask its deepest desires forever. The truth is more enduring.
When the mask slips, as it must, the faces beneath may be frightening, perhaps not altogether human. Beware the Wolf rips away the masks and forces us to look upon the true, dreadful faces of human predators who stalk the indifferent and the innocent.