A Thousand Perfect Things
A Victorian woman takes on magical beasts, ghosts, and the British Raj.
Now available in eBook and trade paper.
In an alternate 19th century, there are two warring continents on an reimagined earth: the scientific Anglica (England) and magical Bharata (India). Emboldened by her grandfather’s final whispered secret of a magical lotus, Tori Harding, a young Victorian woman and aspiring botanist, must journey to Bharata, with its magics, intrigues and ghosts, to claim her fate. There she will face a choice between two suitors and two irreconcilable realms.
In a magic-infused world of silver tigers, demon birds and enduring gods, as a great native mutiny sweeps over the continent, Tori will find the thing she most desires, less perfect than she had hoped and stranger than she could have dreamed.
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“A smart, engaging fantasy.” –Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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The Entire and The Rose
The Entire and the Rose quartet introduces a unique milieu: the Entire, a universe without stars and planets and that, in effect, tunnels through our own. The immense lid of its sky waxes and wanes, bringing day and twilight. In this setting, the celebrated series chronicles the journey of Titus Quinn through a land of wonders.
“A star-maker, a magnificent book.” —SF Site (Bright of the Sky)
“A splendid fantasy quest as compelling as anything by Stephen R. Donaldson, Philip Jose Farmer or yes, J. R. R. Tolkien.” —The Washington Post
Bright of the Sky
Solaris Rising 2: The New Solaris Book of Science Fiction
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Following the exceptionally well-received first collection, Solaris Rising 2 brings together such best-selling and cutting edge SF authors as Allan Steele, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Paul Cornell, Nancy Kress and Liz Williams.
Including my story: “The Spires of Greme”
The poisonous forest of Greme spans much of the former US. The remnants of humaity dwell in floating spires that travel ancient paths, meeting infrequently to share DNA. Sark Highspire is a bride-elect, determined to escape a planned marriage. But first she and Highspire must escape the dread thing that hunts them through the lush and perilous Greme.
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