New Release! Oberon’s Dreams (The Godlanders War, #1)

I have a new book out! I’ve been talking about this one for a while, but Oberon’s Dreams is now available. It’s the first book in a new adventure fantasy universe that I’m really excited about.

Corin Hugh thought his mission had come to a highly profitable end. But King Oberon made sure his quest was just beginning…

After a three-year search, Corin has found the lost city of Jezeeli. The dashing, quick-witted pirate promised his crew that they would be rewarded with a treasure beyond their wildest dreams, but the ancient ruins hold no treasure—only stacks of strange books. Left to die in a fire set by his mutinous crew, Corin is mysteriously rescued and transported back in time to a city ruled by King Oberon.

Only Oberon has the power to send Corin home. But the tyrant Ephitel–a brutal god whose name strikes fear even in Corin’s time–has designs on Oberon’s throne. Can Corin defeat the mighty Ephitel and change the course of history?

With a supporting cast of mystical druids, a gentleman thief, and a banished courtier from the House of Violets, Oberon’s Dreams is an action-packed, richly imagined adventure fantasy.

Oberon’s Dreams is the first book in the Godlanders War. Get your copy in ebook, audiobook, or paperback at

3 Replies to “New Release! Oberon’s Dreams (The Godlanders War, #1)”

  1. I have a question. Is this the same book as “The dreams of a dying god”? Or is this something else. I just finished the audible versions of dreams of a dying god and the followup (wonderful series, btw). but I’m not sure where this fits, or if I need to read it.


    1. Good question, Chris (and sorry for the confusion).

      Yes, Dreams of a Dying God was originally released under the title Oberon’s Dreams. They’re the same book, word-for-word.

      I’d always intended to write a detailed blog post explaining the re-release, but it got lost in the shuffle. Again, I apologize for the confusion.

    2. ah ok… I thought i was reading it wrong or something lol.. fyi, audible has dreams of a dying god listed as #3 in the series (at the time of this writing). You may want to correct them 🙂

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