Ghost Hunt

I love horror–but I’m a marshmallow, so I can only take so much. Ghost Hunt has just the right amount for me. Still scares me, but doesn’t, you know, traumatize my poor squishy mallow hide. I used it to help me ghostwrite a horror series for a client first, but, of course, since it was ghostwritten, that particular series isn’t listed here.

What is listed here is what is available. They’re listed in the order that I created them.

The Scientist and His Fish

Kazuya Shibuya only meant to debunk the myth of mermaids, not fall in love with one or get dragged into some freak underground lab that tortured mermaids for their tears. And all Mai wants is a home for freaks who turn into mermaids when wet, not an arrogant, ridiculously handsome narcissist who unintentionally dragged her into this mess. Guess we can’t all have what we want.

published: 2015     words: 67,000      genre: romance/thriller              status: complete

The Mermaid and Her Boy

Sequel to ‘The Scientist and His Fish.’ Finally, Naru is back in the zone of hunting down the supernatural, but his search becomes frantic when Mai is lost during a storm and he finds himself once more stranded with few tools to help her. Meanwhile, Mai is found by other merfolk who are more than eager to help her forget all about the human world and the scientist who loves her.

published: 2015     words: 53,000      genre: romance/fantasy                 status: in progress


It seems weird, but harmless, when SPR is hired to make the crying of a nonexistent baby stop. But though Mai loves babies and is more than willing to help, the crying can’t be smothered, because how do you fulfill the need of something that was never technically alive?

published: 2015     words: 26,000       genre: mystery/horror/romance   status: complete


Sequel to Cumin, BUT can be read on its own. Mai is facing the problems that come with dating an arrogant narcissist (who actually is just shy), but debunking the haunting of an old hospital used for sport by the locals might not be the best place for that. Oh, and beware of asbestos.

published: 2016     words: 29,000     genre: horror/romance              status: complete


Sequel to Cumin and Plain, but can be read on its own. Mai’s graduated from high school and is taking her first steps into adulthood. When a unique case comes along that requires the team to follow a college student who believes himself to be haunted by his demon double, she get’s a different perspective on what it means to have a future, including Naru’s place in it.

published: 2016      words: 24,000         genre: horror/romance         status: complete


Sequel to Cumin, Plain, Gang, but can be read on its own. Mai is preoccupied with building relationships with her soon-to-be in-laws, but SPR’s ultra ritzy, high profile case in a famous hotel could turn her plans of a wedding into a funeral. No one can be trusted, no one is in the right place at the right time, and Masako and John are acting dangerously and oddly daring.

published: 2016      words: 23,000       genre: horror/romance         status: complete


Sequel to Holy but can be read on its own. A college legend says that if you walk through a part of campus at a certain time of night with the man you love, if he be unfaithful, he will be marked. But never fear. If he comes out with proof of two-timing, the girl in white will come and get rid of him for you. But what happens when the legend proves true and men start to die?

published: 2016     words: 37,400     genre: horror/romance      status: complete