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|Need to Know||Underworld||Jun 1999|
|The Fright Before Christmas||Strange Horizons||Oct 2001|
|Sweet Dreams||Ideomancer||May 2002|
|The Long Way to Heaven||Write Away||Dec 2002|
*Novels in progress:
Urban Fantasy Thingy: 3,006 words
Pirate Ninja Space Opera Thingy: 8,100 words
Heroic Fantasy Thingy: 3,500 words
*Obviously new titles are a must.
Novels (Looking for a good home.)
James Decker just won’t stay dead. Slain while rescuing a young woman
from a would-be rapist, he finds himself in a pseudo-life, caught between
two realities, belonging to neither. Haunted by the ghosts of his father
and grandfather, he learns that the woman he rescued is in fact an Innocent,
the physical embodiment of hope. As it turns out, seeing dead people is
the least of James' worries. It's the trolls, goblins, vampires,
and other assorted creepy-crawlies that make being dead a living nightmare.
DARKSIDE: WAKING THE DEAD
When Brent McKay is brought to Beo T’halo to be trained as a leader of one of its elite commando teams, he has no idea that he is about to become a pawn in a galactic game of cloak and dagger. It is from here that Atreah sends out his commandos, led by Naejin--bioengineered warriors like McKay---to do the dirty work of “guiding” the younger races.
McKay is introduced to the rest of his team and together they are put through a rigorous training regime as the Cold War for control of Beo T’halo rages. He quickly makes friends, and enemies, and tries to come to grips with who and what he has become amidst the power struggle he is swept up in. On a world that specializes in lies, misinformation and a need to know mentality, friends become enemies, enemies friends, and even Brent McKay may be more than he seems.
my writing progress and inane ramblings from Jan. 1 to present.
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THE SOCK MONKEY PARADE:
The best crit group ever. A bunch of
authors and friends who
will all probably be are all published
before I will am. I plan to ride to success on their
coattails. Hey, I didn't say it was a great plan!
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Great Authors and Great Friends - Some are both!
|Kate Bachus||Angela Boord||Pam McNew|
|Amber van Dyk||James Stevens-Arce||Cecilia Dart-Thornton|
|Lynn Flewelling||Karin Lowachee||Maureen F. McHugh|
|Elizabeth Bear||Ilona Andrews||Tanya Huff|
|R. Scott Bakker||Caitlin Sweet||Lesley Livingston|
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