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Long ago the myths of earth were driven out but, rather than fading, they arose anew—in the Mythos. A twenty-first century young woman finds the portal to these intriguing, magic-infused worlds and sets foot in the strange crossings that connect them. A lover is waiting. And a looming power of darkness.

The Girl Who Fell Into Myth (The Arisen Worlds, Book 1)

Now available in ebook, paperback and hardcover. 
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Praise for The Girl Who Fell Into Myth, Book 1 of The Arisen Worlds quartet

"A marvel of beautiful language, elegant worldbuilding, and a story of powers and magic on a grand scale. This will be a series to treasure." —Louisa Morgan, author of The Great Witch of Brittany


"[S]et in a richly imagined world of entangled mythologies, elusive magic, and bitter treachery, perfect for fans of complex, dark-edged fantasy." —Rachel Neumeier, author of the Tujo series.

 

"I was hooked on The Girl Who Fell Into Myth and am impatiently waiting for the next installment in this series!" —Sharon Shinn, author of The Shuddering City

“Worlds layered upon worlds. Worlds growing wild from the mists. Powers that tap the profoundest parts of lore: these compose the circulatory system of The Girl Who Fell Into Myth. Sometimes dangerous, sometimes playful, warm of heart and strong of will (with more than a whiff of romance!)” — C.S.E. Cooney, author of Saint Death’s Daughter 

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Stranger in the Twisted Realm, Book 2
Cover of Stranger in the Twisted Realm, Book 2 of The Arisen Worlds. A woman stands on a veranda leaning into the railing, looking longingly at the city below.

A high fantasy of myth, multiple realms, and the crossings that connect them.

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Now available in ebook, paperback and hardcover. 
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Stranger in the Twisted Realm (The Arisen Worlds, Book 2)

 

Sent to a mythical realm based in darkness, Yevliesza must conceal her rare, hidden power lest it be turned to conquest. But she is in the hands of a ruler-prince who is determined to bend her to his will, whether through a twisted courtship or outright coercion. Unless she can outwit him.

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At the Table of Wolves (A Dark Talents Novel, Book 1 of 3)

 

In an alternate 1936, psi powers have come into the world. In England, Kim Tavistock has the Talent of the spill in which people sometimes confide to her their deepest secrets. One critical spill pulls her into a contest of spies over a Nazi plot to invade England with a mysterious power over ice and cold. 

“A superb adventure, worthy to launch a distinguished historical fantasy series.”
 –-Publishers Weekly starred review

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Serpent in the Heather (A Dark Talents Novel, Book 2 of 3)

Kim Tavistock, who began her spy career as a citizen sleuth, is inducted into Britain's Secret Intelligence Service. In her first assignment she goes undercover at a remote castle in Wales to track down a Nazi assassin who is systematically and ritually killing young people with Talents.

"Superbly executed."
--Kirkus Reviews

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Nest of the Monarch (A Dark Talents Novel, Book 3)

 

Kim Tavistock is undercover in Nazi Berlin. She discovers a secret company of enforcers with perverted Talents used to compel citizen obedience. As winter and fascism descend on Europe, Kim is swept up in a race to stop a Nazi operation to enslave the continent. 

"Riveting."
--Publishers Weekly

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Queen of the Deep 

 

The Palazzo is a magical ship, both a colossal ocean liner and a Renaissance kingdom. Ruling over its denizens is an exotic and dangerous queen. Crossing over into this dazzling world, Jane Gray is pursued by Palazzo suitors, some of them deadly. To find her way home, Jane must discover the urgent secret of the ship's endless voyage.

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A Thousand Perfect Things

 

In this Victorian alternate history, a young English woman pursues a quest to find the legendary magical lotus in a kingdom far away. She will be tested by princes and kings, ghosts and jungle demons and, finally, the break out of war. But her highest challenge will be to choose between two suitors--and two irreconcilable realms. 

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Worlds Near and Far: Seven Science Fiction Tales 

 

Stories set in space and at home: We'll walk the decks of a generation ship, visit a starship graveyard and test-drive teleportation. On the home planet we'll watch gargoyles come to life, meet aliens who offer far-flung tourism, ride on the shoulders of an avatar and enter a new green world where metal and plastic bow down to the seeds of time.

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Dystopia: Seven Dark and Hopeful Tales

 

Collected here are stories of the world gone wrong in its hierarchies, ecology, governments, elite circles and controlling technologies. Enter seven dystopian worlds inspired by the Singularity, designer medicine, a few all-too-possible oppressive ideologies and, of course, the plain-old end of the world.

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The Braided World 

 

On a distant planet, the beautiful and human-like aliens beguile, but their culture repels the explorers aboard the earth ship Restoration. With its crew imperiled, an untested officer, Anton Prados, must grapple with palace intrigues, forbidden love, and a stunning ancient secret. John W. Campbell Memorial Award finalist.

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Maximum Ice

 

A space vessel returns to earth after centuries, only to find it blanketed in Ice--a mysterious ecology of information-bearing crystals. To find a home for her crew, Ship Mother Zoya must outwit the hostile denizens of this new earth, but the powers that feed off Ice will defend their kingdom with immortal cunning. P.K. Dick award finalist.

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Tropic of Creation

 

Eli Dammond, a disgraced army captain, is marooned on a deserted alien planet. But he, his crew and fourteen-year old Sascha, a passenger, are about to learn of the perilous ecology that comes with a change of seasons. The only safety may lie in the nests of hostile aliens. Publishers Weekly starred review.

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Rift

 

On the terraformed planet Lithia, the green biosphere is unraveling. In its place is the old Lithia, toxic to some, but ideal for the alien orthong. When young Reeve finds himself alone on this remote outpost, he forges a team of misfits to bargain, fight, and outwit all those--human and alien alike--who struggle for control of the fragile realm.

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The Seeds of Time 

 

Clio Finn is a time travel pilot on the run from a dystopian and graying Earth. Now, a long way into the future, she's found a planet with with plant life so vital, its seeds could give Earth a second chance. If she can get home from across the galaxy. With the enemies Clio's got, that's a very big if.

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The Entire and The Rose Quartet

The acclaimed science fiction epic of Titus Quinn and the universe Entire. 

In audio. Other formats not available at this time.

Bright of the Sky    

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Prince of Storms

A World Too Near

City Without End

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