This is a dynamic and growing collection of “short” (relatively) stories, written in the spirit of fun and feel-good. In general, you can expect (sometimes gratuitous) fun with magic, gender, kink, love, friendship, transformation, and anything else that happens to turn up. Oh, and cats, one way or another. Read More
A royal decree, meant to sort out the ownership of a town’s namesake bridge, throws the lives of eight young people into turmoil: three marriages are going to unite the three leading families and they will all be responsible for it—and, most importantly, for the tolls that are supposed to be paid to the King. The problem is, only one of the pairs actually wants to get married.
A fantasy novel in another world about happy endings and self-identity Read More
A young witch, on his own for the first time, might look vulnerable to witches with different priorities, but they seriously underestimate his ability to make loyal friends, human and otherwise.
An urban fantasy novel about coming of age and friendship Read More
The Mallory house was built in the late 1800s, a beautiful great house surrounded by a pleasant estate, and mysteriously abandoned soon after. The local town rarely thinks about it these days, aside from the usual ghost stories… and persistent rumours of people disappearing on Hallowe’en night. These days it’s home only to spiders and mice… right?
A (not just for) Hallowe’en adventure Read More
Previously known by the working title “Faerie Tale.”
During a power blackout, a frail and obviously poor old woman stops to ask for a glass of water from a back yard barbecue party. Given a good supper instead, she looks around the group, and tells them, “Be who and what you truly are.”
A contemporary fantasy novel about self-identity and priorities
Sensitives live, terrified, on the edge of survival in North America: mages want sensitives, but no one ever comes back to explain why. Mage society is based around owning a sensitive, who provides more power to use as well as doing the housework and being available for transformation. But not all mages agree with the system, and not all sensitives are willing to just give up…
An urban fantasy novel about power and freedom and trust Read More
So what happens if you feel like you belong nowhere… then find out you do belong somewhere… and that place should be impossible? There’s no such thing as magic or werewolves, especially only a few hundred miles north of Toronto, right? And what could be in Jesse’s missing past that would make him fit in there?
A contemporary fantasy novel about finding home Read More
For ten years, since she fled from the College where the magically gifted are taught, Kisea has been living on the run, concealing her unusual and frightening telepathic gift. Only her sorcerer ex-lover Matt knows, and has been looking for her. When his cousin is kidnapped, matters quickly grow even more complex.
A fantasy novel about fear and trust and hope Read More
A human shaman and healer returns from several years with the mysterious shyani, accompanied by her shapeshifting puma best friend. A valued friend, from her previous identity as a male student physician, has acquired an old shyani book, and extremists will not tolerate its presence in human hands. But back in human lands, the question arises: which world does she belong in?
A fantasy novel about priorities and self and home Read More
In a world without magic, only gods and their created spirit-creatures living little-seen beside the everyday reality of humans, there are both rewards and challenges for the few who become the children of the moons, the bloodline of the one woman who fled from the rest… and somewhere out there are the ones she fled from.
A series of adventures in another world Read More