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Space opera with heart. Published by Tyche Books.







Captain Luta Paixon of the far trader Tane Ikai needs to know why she looks like a woman in her thirties–even though she’s actually eighty-four. She isn’t the only one desperate for that information. The explanation might lie with her geneticist mother, who disappeared over sixty years ago, but even if her mother is still alive, it’s proving to be no small task to track her down in the vast, wormhole-ridden expanse of Nearspace.

As Luta and her crew explore deeper into the history of Nearspace, one mystery solved leads to another uncovered as secrets personal and interstellar cast long shadows into the future.

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This series is ongoing.

Olympia Investigations

Even supernatural creatures need a private detective sometimes.







Acacia Sheridan is a private detective with a special gift for communicating with the supernatural. Her clientele includes ghosts, demons, fae, and many more denizens of the otherworld…which makes for some interesting cases. Follow Acacia and her office assistant and somewhat prickly cousin, Oliver (also gifted with the same perceptive abilities), as they bring their deductive talents and sense of humour to bear in dealing with Olympia Investigations’ most unusual clients.

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This series is ongoing.


Planet Fleep: A Science Twins Adventure

Robots don’t always know best.

When a meteorite storm wreaks havoc on their family’s cargo ship, sort-of-twins Rudi and Trudy find themselves stranded on an alien planet. In their search for help, they uncover a fiendish plot against the friendly and mysterious alien critters the twins call “fleeps.” With only an overprotective robot for company, can they survive on their own, find their parents, and save the fleeps from a horrible fate?

Action-packed adventure science fiction for kids of all ages!

Diverse young readers with an interest in astronomy, space travel, and science and technology will love Planet Fleep and the Science Twins, and have some laughs along the way.

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The Seventh Crow

When you can’t remember most of your life, you’d better be prepared for anything. Published by Dreaming Robot Press.

The day a talking crow meets her on the way home from school, fourteen-year-old Rosinda is plunged into a forgotten world filled with startling revelations.

While dark forces hover in the background and four forgotten war gods from Earth’s past plot to reclaim long-lost power, Rosinda struggles with waves of slowly-returning memories as she searches for clues about her past and the true identity of her family; a search that takes her back and forth between two worlds. In a race against time to recover her memory, find a prince, and rescue her loved ones, Rosinda has only her friend Jerrell and an unusual trio of animals as companions. And as the gods prepare to bring her world to war, Rosinda is unaware that the shadow of betrayal lurks within one whom she trusts the most…

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Beacon and Other Stories

Do you love adventure, science fiction, and fantasy stories about amazing young people?

Delve into these pages for stories about first contact, underwater aliens, moon rocks, clockwork dinosaurs, stolen bee swarms, and more fantastic flights of imagination. These tales are perfect for young (and young at heart) readers who love stories that inspire wonder and offer glimpses of worlds other than our own. Whether your tastes run to science fiction, fantasy, steampunk, adventure, or finding magic in the real world, you’ll find something to love in these pages. This collection includes previously published and brand-new stories.

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The Cache and Other Stories

A cache implies a hidden treasure, although what we find inside is not always what we hope for or expect. Sometimes it’s less; sometimes more; sometimes nothing we’ve ever imagined.

The eleven stories and two poems in this collection feature all manner of unusual things found in strange places; an alien ship in a forest hideaway, ghosts inside a computer network, a distraught goddess in a detective’s office, a teenage busker on a space station. The treasures are varied as well, from lost genomes and altered memories to alien alliances and self-discovery.

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To Unimagined Shores – Collected Stories

What sorts of things wash up on unimagined shores? Hitch-hiking aliens. Kidnapped embryos. Victorian time-machines. Spaceport detectives. Itinerant scribes. Otherwordly companions.

The discerning beachcomber will discover even more curiosities on the pages within: physicists and journalists, wizards and apprentices, angels and devils, telepaths and aliens. The seventeen stories in this collection are by turns funny, tragic, light-hearted and serious, but all share this in common: they will carry you to distant shores of imagination, and, once there, show you things you hadn’t known before.

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Magica Incognita

“Most of the time, magic sucks.” – Kit Stablefield

Kit Stablefield is a detective with a secret and a crush on a guy she knows only online, in a future where magic is a part of everyday life. But when millionaire Aleshu Coro walks into the offices of Darcko and Sadatake with a message from the Murder Prophet and fourteen days to live, everything changes.

Suddenly Kit is questioning the decisions of her past, trying to find out if the man she loves is, in fact, a man, and hunting for a murderer and a mysterious seer. With her eighty-six-year-old grandmother insisting on helping out, and a sentient goose who simply won’t stop pestering her to watch his “killer” video game moves, Kit has more than her hands full as she races against the clock to prevent Coro’s murder…and possibly her own.

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Book 2 in this series is in progress

Anthologies/Mini-Collections/Shorter Works

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