Brian Winters has reached a crossroads in his life as he approaches his eighteenth birthday. He is the youngest employee of the prestigious Phoenix Enterprises and one of the strongest psychics in the world. Even though he has a lot to be excited about, he’s been warned of a grave threat in a precognitive journal made by one of his ancestors. The Winters family precognitive journal has been handed down from generation to generation with specific information and advice to select descendents. Brian knows it is an honor to be one of the owners of this family heirloom but it also means that he has great challenges and threats to overcome.
Brian has reached the time where he is destined to confront his powerful nemesis who has an army of powerful psychics at his command. Brian must decipher the clues of the precognitive journal and hone his new psychic abilities if he has any chance of surviving this encounter.
Black Moon has received a five-star rating from the 2015 International Book Competition of the Reader's Choice Awards.
About the Author
John O'Riley has been writing as far back as he can remember. He is an award winning fiction writer and the author of the Grumpy Old Wizards series, The Winters Family Psi Chronicles series, and the Wizards of Seattle series. His movie feature screenplay, Cursed, is an Honorable Mention Winner for the 2012 Screenplay Festival. His most recent accomplishments include the screenplays New Earth, Pinky Swear, and Mutant Wizards in the 2014 Filmmakers International Screenplay Awards which made it to Quarter-Finalist status.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in Spanish and French and worked in and managed a variety of bookstores including Borders. He currently resides in Washington state and has a parakeet companion named Amy who sings like a canary to help encourage and inspire him.
He loves reading fantasy, science fiction, and humorous fiction. Some of his favorite authors include Kim Harrison, Jim Butcher, S.J. Viehl, Kat Richardson, J.K. Rowling, Angie Sage, Jayne Krentz, and Dima Zales.