DR Racey


D.R. Racey has served on active duty in the U.S. Military since 1998 and spends much of his time off writing, developing his next story, and designing his own cover art. He has been married since 2000 and has three children.

He started writing in 2008 as a hobby and published his first book in 2012. His first published book is Blood Rites which is the first in a series of three paranormal fiction novels about a werewolf on the run from his former pack master. D.R. Racey has also published a historical fiction novella about an Army National Guard unit stationed in Baghdad, Iraq during the surge (War - 8000 Miles From Home). He has also completed two fantasy novels as part of the Phoenix Blade Trilogy (Conflagration and Lineage).

All D.R. Racey novels are available from Amazon.com in Paperback and for Kindle.

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D.R. Racey

Books by D.R. Racey
The Blood Rites Trilogy
Book One - Blood Rites - (Available Now!)
Book Two - Vengeance (Available Summer 2014)
Book Three - Annihilation (Available Winter 2014)

The Prequel to Blood Rites (Currently Untitled) (Available Fall 2015)

The Phoenix Blade Trilogy
Book One - Conflagration (Available Now!)
Book Two - Lineage (Available Now!)
Book Three - Impasse (Available Summer 2014)

War - 8000 Miles From Home (Available Now!)

Grunder (Available Spring 2016)

Enmity Awakened (Available Winter 2013)

Where to find DR Racey online

Where to buy in print


Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 67,260. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
A mysterious man claims that he has come to aid Kayne in rescuing his father. This is strange news for Kayne as the Warlock Junai killed his father twenty years earlier, almost nine months prior to his birth. Kayne sets out on an adventure to claim the Phoenix Blade in hopes of freeing his father’s soul from the netherworld. Will he survive his journey into the netherworld?
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 82,820. Language: English. Published: February 2, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
The Phoenix Blade, a mystical blade of power, has been stolen while the city of Danlor slept. Valus must go in search of the mystical Phoenix Blade which has been taken to the far reaches of the Realm of Clendorin. The Warlock Junai threatens all of the free races and only with the aid of the sword can they defeat him and his wicked army. Can they retrieve the sword in time?
War - 8000 Miles From Home
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 47,990. Language: English. Published: January 21, 2013. Category: Fiction » Historical » USA
First Lieutenant Taylor and Sergeant First Class Stewart lead 2nd Platoon of the 147th Military Police Company from White Bluff, Tennessee during combat patrols in Baghdad, Iraq during the surge. Join them as they strengthen their bonds with each other through teamwork, adversity, and catastrophe.

Smashwords book reviews by DR Racey

  • Summer Storm on March 19, 2013

    I have been focusing on novellas and short novels this week and picked up this book as a free read from Smashwords.com. Overall I was very pleased with the find and the time I spent reading this novella. The book starts out with Falen, the princess to the Kingdom of Variss in the mountains. She is out of the city without her father’s permission and is checking on her experiments that she hopes will get her into an Academy of Science. While out on the mission she finds an old man floating in the river and rescues him from what would have surely been a cold wet death. Falen brings the man to her home in Varsiss and later finds out that he is a wandering monk that is spreading the word of the Lords of Light. In time Falen’s father, the King, accepts the old man into his council and appoints him as the High Priest of the Lords of Light for the Kingdom of Varsiss. Turmoil begins to surround Falen as her father begins to change. She blames the changes on the High Priest Nashir which causes more turmoil within the city. The book is technically sound with few errors and flows seamlessly as you continue through this novella of 26,000 words. Elizabeth Baxter does well in progressing through the story and providing details so the reader can understand their surroundings and the people interacting with Falen. This novella does well in giving you a basis of understanding prior to starting the Wrath of the Northmen series. I give the book 4 out of 5 Stars and look forward to reading the Wrath of the Northmen series. The only downside is that there should be more details of the relationship building between Falen, the King, and Nashir. A few more details could be provided to enhance the turmoil and emotions between the three which would increase the overall enjoyment of the novella. DISCLAIMER: This book was gifted to me by the author (through the Goodreads) website in exchange for an honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own, and no money or other compensation was provided for this review. Reviewed by: David at Indie Authors and Books