Two posts at Amazon’s Omnivoracious, offering some background on the CODEX books.
“Like I said, the definition is a bit slippery, and it might be a bit much to attribute to the writing of a pulpy occult noir book the grandiose intent of creating magick, but that’s part of what inspired the Codex of Souls. Not so much making magick, but rediscovering the possibility of it. Instead of holding such strangeness at arm’s length and pretending that we’re an entirely rational species, I wanted to embrace our esoteric history.”
“The little mantra I hummed to myself while I was writing was: ‘Men and Mantras/Shotguns and Sigils.’ I was going to write an urban fantasy book without vampires, lycanthropes, zombies, angels, or demons.”
Also, Mad Hatter’s review of HEARTLAND.
“The Codex of Souls is without a doubt one of the most original Urban Fantasy series going right now. It has stepped away from the pack and embraced a different type of magic and a very different sensibility worth checking out.”