Paranormal

Amber Quill


Risa McKensie does not know why she can look at an aerial photo of a crop circle and recognize it as an ambitious prank or an awesome phenomenon. Encouraged by her gift, she plans to write a novel about the mathematically significant formations that appear overnight in crop fields around the world.

While visiting a crop circle in eastern Washington State, Risa meets members of the International Society of Altruistic Artists, who tell her they make the formations, using Earth energy. Risa is skeptical of their claim and is astounded when they say she is one of them. Yet, she is drawn to the Artists and their purpose to further peace by raising spiritual awareness via the mystery of the crop circles. Word about her intended book gets out, and she receives anonymous threats of bodily harm and blackmail unless she drops the project. She learns that two of her opponent groups are religious fanatics and the U.S. government, but she refuses to be intimidated.

The threats escalate. Her Artist friends warn her about the Meridians, a group of wealthy businessmen who profit from war and chaos. But what does their agenda have to do with crop circles?

Risa finds out when the Meridians abduct her and make it plain that to them she is better dead than read...

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Cozy Mystery

Writers Exchange

Marielle Jones has been hired to drive eight-year old Tyler, his ten-year old sister Mickey, and their maternal grandmother on a camping trip across Oregon. When Tyler claims someone pushed him into a river, she doubts it. But when their party is shot at in a lava cave and Tyler's horse is spooked while he's riding on the Oregon dunes, Marielle begins to wonder: What's going on here? Who wants Tyler dead? And why?

Add the mystery of the kids' missing mother, the suspicious actions of their grandmother, and the puzzling attention of a fellow camper, and Marielle is thrown into amateur sleuth mode. And where does a lazy, mixed-breed hound, an elegant purebred one, and a suave college instructor fit into the picture? It all comes together in the musty, dark corridors of an historic old military fort.

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Historical Fantasy

Mundania Press


In 1099, the magical island of Lyonesse, once King Arthur’s retreat, is still a land of superstitions, secrets and destinies. A spirit prophet appears to Tamsin, a discontented freewoman, and says she has ten days to save the life of young Prince Aneurin, the reincarnation of the fabled king.

With the help of a sweet-natured peasant lad, an exciting Cornishman, and a personable white mule, Tamsin inveigles her way into the castle. But Aneurin, who still mourns his mother and resents his look-alike companion, is hostile toward her. Selwich, the royal advisor, lusts after her. The king zealously protects the island’s saffron crop, and when Selwich learns why, he plots to kill the king and the prince.

When the prophet reappears to tell Tamsin about the accident in which the prince will die, the task takes on new dimensions and she must call upon all her resources—human, animal and spiritual—to overcome them.

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Medieval Fantasy

Amber Quill Press

"...a wonderful fantasy tale.."


The roots of the Eternal Trees hold the world together. So say the Believers. But Lord Yoad, a wealthy and powerful timber baron, plans to harvest them. Chaff, an orphan stableboy, receives Awareness magik - the ability to manipulate LifeForce Particles - on his ten-and-six birthday. He vows to find his beloved Lady Meave, Lord Yoad's wife, who has disappeared, and struggles to control his magik while he searches for her and for his true identity. 

When Lord Yoad's men fell an Eternal Tree, and the world begins to crumble, Chaff must use his magik to stop the LifeForce Particles from moving. Only he can save his true love and all the people of Prand.

 

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Medieval Fantasy

Amber Quill Press

"...masterfully woven together.."


When his father is killed by an erupting firehill, Kelber vows to put an end to the devastation they cause. They only one with enough power to do this is Orland's First Loyal, its connection to the Eternal One, and a possessor of great magik. But the First Loyal has been missing for two years. Kelber and his brother Trendarmon nearly die as they cross the sea to ask advice from Prand's First Loyal, who sends Chaff and Haehli, Second Loyals of Prand, to assist Kelber in his quest.

Kelber, Trendarmon and the Prandian Loyals face fire lizards, glowing avalanches, and vicious spies during their trek. Haehli falls in love with Trendarmon, and Kelber also meets his true love. The relationships bring heartache because Orland and Prand are not on friendly terms.

When Kelber and his companions ascertain how Orland's First Loyal has been imprisoned, they set about trying to free him. Surrounded by erupting firehills, the Loyals fight the Non - the antithesis of the Eternal One - in a tremendous battle between good and evil.

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Medieval Fantasy

Amber Quill Press

"Fantastic fantasy series..."


Chaff and his companions sail to Fala and find the snowy island inhabited by two warring tribes. One of the tribesmen, Braeth, is an exile from Prand, whose only desire is to prevent his twelve-year old grandson Vachel from becoming a warrior. When Vachel captures a young member of the rival tribe, Braeth fears it will encourage the boy’s warrior ambitions. While Chaff and the Loyals use their magiks to discover the source of the island’s wicked conflicts, Braeth struggles with his own identity, hoping it will save Vachel. But the Non will do everything in his power to prevent the success of either plan.

 

 

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Fantasy

Writers Exchange E-Publishing


When Gage’s parents are slaughtered by three extremist followers of a usurper ruler, Gage vows to find them and kill them. But he is SpiritKin, and the majority Solith race has banished the passive minority SpiritKin to a small peninsula. 

All SpiritKin can set fires with their minds, and can influence the behavior of birds and animals, but Gage is more proficient than most. Further, he keeps secret his special ability to read Lights (auras). When the rightful king of Nighland asks the SpiritKin for help in regaining his kingdom, Gage offers his skills. While he never loses sight of his goal to avenge his parents’ deaths, he fights battles for king and country. And for his identity and its bearing on his one true love.

 

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Historical Middle Grade

Whiskey Creek Press

"Rich in adventure...interesting and exciting..."


How can twelve-year-old Dan Graham learn to accept a birthday present he didn’t want? Especially when that present is a skinny, sorrel mare named Ginger? The horseshoes Dan creates so she can do “special” jobs don’t always bring the desired results. Add to his problems being taunted by eighth-graders and befriending a Chinese boy whom no one else likes. Then he notices that his widower father is showing interest in the new school teacher. As if anyone could replace Dan’s mother!

In 1900 Puget Sound country, Dan helps sandbag a flooding river, search for a lost child, and rescue snow-trapped cattle. But the scariest thing he’s ever done is ask Ginger to pull a cart across a frozen river, on a mercy mission to save a dying man. When the ice begins to crack, Dan learns the value of trust between him and Ginger Gold.

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