Check this list for the books I have out and the anthologies I’m in. (Please let me know if you spot any broken links and I will correct them immediately.
Daughter of Fire
Laura led a sheltered, middle class existence. Oh, she knew she was adopted, but what did it matter? A lot when her birth mother is murdered and the killers come after her next...for reasons that are deep in her very blood. Get your copy of this compelling urban fantasy here.
The Death God’s Chosen
Contains my story "Maiden, Tower, Catacomb." Stories about necromancers, death servants, etc. Amazon
Bards & Sages Quarterly January 2010
Contains my story "Curse of the Wolf" - it's semi-humorous. Amazon
Anna McKenzie just wants her life back. She wants the brutal murder of her brother never to have happened. She certainly doesn't want magic, power, and to deal with a certain vigilante named Victor Prince... ...but once the world of magic has claimed her, there is no escape. Buy your copy from: Buy Now Amazon...
The Silent Years: Mother
Dorothy Mayling thought her worst problem was the long-standing family feud over her sister's choice of husband. Or her son's grades. Then the rumors started - bird flu in Seattle, SARS in Washington State? The truth is a hideous, terrible disease, one that slowly steals away the ability to speak and reason, turning people into...
The Silent Years: The Complete Collection
Dorothy Mayling thought her worst problem was an ongoing family feud - then the Silence came and assaulted her family, the people she was determined to keep safe. Helen Locke fought to hold together a bastion of civilization against the zombie-like Silents and those who would rather be savages alike. And young Becky was a...
The Silent Years: Maiden
In what used to be the suburbs of Chicago, a community lives and breathes despite the Silents in the wilds beyond. It's a bit of a straightjacket for fifteen year old Becky, facing marriage to one of the available men and bearing children who may or may not be sane. Until the unthinkable happens -...
The Silent Years: Crone
Bruton is a community struggling to survive - and to retain some of the values of the old world. Led by tough former lawyer Helen Locke, it's a small town where people struggle to remain civilized, to keep their technology and to survive. Until Tom Milkins shows up - and Locke knows he's trouble right...
You’re Not Alone
Damien Broderick has put together thirty brilliant science fiction stories from his stint as fiction editor for the Australian science fiction magazine Cosmos. It includes stories by Joe Haldeman, Mary Robinette Kowal, Jay Lake, Pam Sargent and Cat Sparks! Buy your copy from: Amazon
A ship has vanished in the dark, in the very outer reaches of Earth's solar system. Alien invaders sweep through the void, destroying outposts and threatening humanity. The truth is known only to a few: We fired first. We fired on aliens whose very appearance and body language sent all humans into a flying rage....
Zombiality: A Queer Bent On Zombie Fiction
Available in ebook only at this point. Edited by Bill Tucker - 28 LGBT zombie stories from a wide range of authors - and perspectives. Buy your copy on: Amazon
This was going to be the first of a series of anthologies. It contains stories by a variety of authors including Ed Greenwood. (Not all of them ended up being First Contact themed, but they are all science fiction). My own offering in this volume is what happens to humanity when the next species takes...
Big Pulp Fall 2011: On The Road From Galilee
Big Pulp (which has now been split into several magazines) published several of my stories. This particular volume contains a nautical horror story entitled "Aboard The Lady Maria" as well as stories in all genres. Buy your copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
Bards And Sages Quarterly April 2011
This issue of Bards And Sages Quarterly contains a broad selection of stories including one of my short horror stories, "Avoiding The Rain," which closes out the volume. Buy your copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
Bards And Sages Quarterly October 2013
This issue of Bards And Sages Quarterly contains some great original fiction, including another horror piece (yes, they like my horror). This one, "Winter," is perhaps the most Lovecraftian piece I've produced so far. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
Dagan Books goes for the quirky - and this fish-themed anthology runs the gamut from hard science fiction to some seriously weird fantasy. It also contains one of my favorite stories - Water Demons - also known as The Steampunk Golem Fish Story. (This story has since been reprinted in the World Fantasy Convention's Unconventional...
Shades Of Blue & Gray
This is an excellent anthology of Civil War ghost stories, some set at the time of the war, some more recently. My own story, "Mistress," is set in the present day. It also contains stories by Nick Namatas and Lee Hoffman, among others. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
The Future Embodied
Cyborgs. Genetic engineering. The theme of this anthology is what the future might change about our bodies and our lives. For The Children was, obviously, inspired by the Star Trek episode "Miri." Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
I open this volume of stories about once great cities with a story my husband complained at me for not sending to Analog - it's one of my best pieces. There's some pretty good other stories in here too. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
A good selection of spec fic stories about, well, beating the odds. My lesbian scouts win "The Shamrock Award" alongside stories about getting away with murder and finding your lost mail. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
The universe is a very harsh place in this anthology. Especially in my story "Whimper" - I'm destroying the Earth. Sort of. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
Some really good stories from Earthbound Fiction. They selected my very short flash piece Raphael for this collection. Buy your own copy from: Amazon
The Skeptic And Other Glimpses
This micro-collection contains several stories, all of them reprints, but none currently available elsewhere. The anchor story, "The Skeptic," was published in Analog in April, 2013. Buy your own copy from: Buy eBook Smashwords Amazon Barnes & Noble
The London Incident
A standalone short story set in the same timeline as "Transpecial." Buy your own copy from: Buy eBook Smashwords Amazon Barnes & Noble
The Ways Of Magic
James Tallett asked for stories about unique and interesting magic systems. (My own, Tapestries, explores a distinctly feminine magic system, at least in the minds of those who follow it). He got twelve very interesting tales. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
Thirst Issue 1
No, this isn't a romance collection, even though they claim it is. It's rather closer to...uh...non-explicit erotica. There's nothing conventional about this - it's about desire. And my story, "Suits & Flannel," is about choices and running away. Buy your own copy from: Amazon Barnes & Noble
SNAFU: Wolves At The Door
Like werewolves? Like military fiction? This highly specialist anthology has received some great reviews, especially for the capstone novella by James L. Moore. My own story, "Jester," tells the story of a World War II British airman who falls in with some very interesting resistance fighters. Buy your own copy from: Amazon
Fitting In: Historical Accounts of Paranormal Subcultures. Urban and historical fantasy from the point of view of characters who are both supernatural creatures and marginalized in society and their own community. Contains my story "Old Country Wolf." Editors: Dawn Vogel and Jeremy Zimmerman. Publisher: DefCon One Publishing (Mad Scientist Journal) Amazon Barnes & Noble Smashwords
Old school science fiction, heroic fantasy and pulp. Amazon
The long-awaited sequel to Falling Dusk. When Victor Prince disappears, Anna immediately suspects rogue Guardian, Erica Turner, of the crime. Now she has to deal with the tension in their relationship as well as Erica's insanity - knowing that lethal force will only create an even worse monster. All that, and there's a witch hunter...