The Camelot Immortals

Welcome to my page for the Camelot Immortals

Series Coming 2020

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Magic is forever… Camelot never ended.

Nimue, Morgan le Fay, Vivienne (The Lady of the Lake), Lancelot, Galahad, Iseult they are all still around, living, breathing, never dying.  Even Merlin is around…sort of. (Never cross an angry ex who is also a powerful witch). But immortality doesn’t give you a happily ever after. It just brings trouble.

And despite her best intentions, trouble always finds Nimue.

There are currently two short stories written in this world and a planned book series.

The Short Stories


I’m currently reworking the first published Camelot Immortals short story, Legendary Debts, but if you want to read the original version, you’ll find it in my book Inside Realms.

You can find one of Nimue’s adventures, Grail Days, in Legends and Lore: An Anthology of Mythic Proportions

Both Legendary Debts and Grail Days will be republished in 2020 as a box set under the title, Eternal Myths.


The Books

The first and second novels in the series, Past Legends, and Gathering Hallows, are currently in the WIP stage, with the first drafts completed, and are now being edited. I’ve started writing the third novel, Broken Branch, and book four, Wayward Prophecy, is still in the planning stages.


Tonight, though, I’m in my garden watching the moon shine down on a very special tree and remembering Camelot…

That place, oh that place. Its once upon a myth legends and tall tales chased my entire immortal life. Not to mention my so-called legendary friends. Most people think of Camelot as something wondrous, a time of knights and wizards, magic and quests, a beauteous land of enchantment, fair maidens and ruled by a just king.

Are they wrong.

Camelot was more akin to a Dark Ages lunatic asylum. I should know, I lived there. A great spot to call home if you enjoyed such amenities as no running water, no modern medicine, and where basic hygiene could be iffy. Warriors in leather jerkins and dented helms roamed its dusty roads, not knights in armour, and they usually held a drink in one hand and the other groped a woman’s—well you get the idea.

As well, I’ll be posting free vignettes for scenes and events mentioned, but not depicted in the books.

Coming Soon

Morgan’s and Morgawse’s Bog Fight

Iseult and Martin Take a Family Vacation

Morgan’s encounter with the ghost of her mother

Vivienne’s encounter with the ghost of her brother

What Morgan saw in the fountain

You can also check out my Pinterest board for The Camelot Immortals:

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