The Eternal Cycle Series
Yesterday's Dreams (2001, 2006)
History...Legacy...Destiny... Triggered by an act of
self-sacrifice, all three converge upon Kara O'Keefe, transforming her
simple life into one both magical and menacing. Overwhelmed by the expenses
of her father's cancer treatments, Kara finds herself forced to give up
Quicksilver, her cherished violin and the only physical link with her
long-gone Grandda. Her selflessness becomes the key to her future. At
Yesterday's Dreams, a pawnshop tucked away on a quiet New York back street,
she discovers her true legacy, and destiny and danger both begin to stalk
her. Confused by the sudden radical turn her life has taken...pursued by
malevolent forces she does not understand...Kara O'Keefe must place her
trust in a dead man she loved but never truly knew and the living myth that
would teach her who she really was. Has she inherited the tenacious strength
Celtic ancestors, or would she fall beneath the onslaught of
Tomorrow's Memories (June 2007 release)
With triumph heavy on their hearts, Kara O’Keefe and the survivors from the
battle atop Yesterday’s Dreams rush to Ireland and Tír na nÓg, carrying with
them a weapon feared by gods and men. There they seek solace and healing for
their warriors, and a miracle for Patrick, Kara’s father, mortally wounded
in the battle.
What they find is a siege of ancient enemies. Carmán’s
children have returned, united with a foe from the very dawn of the Tuatha
de Danaan. Their combined forces threaten to be more than the immortal Sidhe
and their human allies can combat.
Still coming to grips with her magical heritage, Kara must
once more face ultimate evil and help to save the immortal bloodline from
which she is descended.
Children of Morpheus: A Compilation
of Poetry and Short Fiction (2004) with Ruth Lampi, Illustrator
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Dark Furies: Weird Tales of Beauties & Beasts (2005), Vincent Sneed,
For Better or for Worse an Anthology of Poetry on Marriage
and Other Foibles
(2005), Peggy Amond, ed.
No Longer Dreams: An Anthology of Horror, Fantasy, and Science Fiction (2005),
Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Jeff Lyman, L. Jagi Lamplighter, and Lee Hillman,
Only in the presence of light is the depth of the shadows revealed. In
this anthology, both extremes are intimately explored. From the macabre to
the wondrous, No Longer Dreams offers rich fare from both
established writers in the field and talents newly discovered. Learn what
it is to become more than you were destined to be in John C. Wright's
The Kindred. Explore the mind-boggling concept of a Jewish vampiress
in Darrell Schweitzer's Kvetchula. Discover that monsters can
appear quite normal in both James Chamber's Law of the Kuzzi and
Tee Morris's Reality Check. Feel the chill invade your blood as you
come to suspect the truth of Mike McPhail's sci-fi thriller, Chimera.
Across new worlds and old, we find humanity and horrors both in the most
unsuspected places, each masterfully portrayed in this wonderful new
Hear Them Roar (2006), C.J.
Henderson and Patrick Thomas, eds.
Finally, a collection that crosses all boundaries, that covers all genres
to bring you the greatest new stories about bold and triumphant women in
the marketplace today. A beautiful young shapeshifter must decide where
her loyalties belong: with the parents she never knew, or the man who may
have killed them. A PR woman stands as the lone force against the
Apocalypse. In a hardboiled sword and sorcery setting, murders must be
solved, sometimes by the most unlikely of officers. And that's just the
beginning. Whether it's the last woman on Earth fighting to save what's
left of civilization, or a flashy East Coast gal trying to save her gaming
pals from a murder rap, this is the collection for you! Editors Henderson
and Thomas have gathered best-sellers like the irrepressible Keith R.A.
DeCandido, Bram Stoker Award-winners such as the gracious Linda D.
Addison, along with a host of today's finest established writers and one
incredible young lady making her print debut in this volume! So, whether
your bag is fantasy or mystery, horror or science fiction, if you're
looking for the best collection of stories about cool dames who are extra
tough and don't take no guff, then join Danielle Ackley-McPhail, Linda D.
Addison, Michael Amorel, James Chambers, Keith R.A. DeCandido, John L.
French, Bruce Gehweiler, C.J. Henderson, Gerard Houarner, R. Allen Leider,
Edward J. McFadden III, K.T. Pinto, Diane Raetz, John Sunseri and Patrick
Thomas as they bring you an absolute treasure trove of the best,
knock-your-stockings-off fiction written about the fairest sex in years!
Anthology touches emotions that each of us, at one time or
another, must deal with. The subject is delicate and as individual as the
poetry that was ultimately selected for inclusion. Each of us have our own
unique manner of dealing with the passing of a loved one, and each of us
have our own poetic voice. The Authors are the voices that so eloquently
and poignantly speak to us in "Passing".
Bad-Ass Faeries (2007 release)
Breach the Hull (2007 release)
Sails and Sorcery (2007 release)
Writing Fantasy: The Business End, the Complete Guide to Writing Fantasy
(2007release), Lai Zhao and
Valerie Griswold-Ford, eds.
See Where Two or Three or Twenty Are Gathered:
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