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She’s the One Who Can’t Keep Quiet

Celestine, the fifth of seven sisters, is the family beauty and a talented musician, but she hides her love for another woman beneath her public persona. She struggles to inspire her fellow citizens once she learns an invasion of her country looms.

E is for Eggplant

Since the previous century, Michael H. Payne has been writing his own particular sort of talking animal adventure story. Here are 22 of them that appeared in various venues from 1991 through 2021.

The Night Sheriff

Zenonland Park is the lynchpin of the Zenon Entertainment Empire. It’s guarded by The Night Sheriff, who keeps it, and the people who visit, safe from supernatural threats. But now, someone wants the Sheriff dead and he doesn’t even know why.

Obviously, Aliens

A commercial artist and a professional thief have to work together on a wild and hilarious road trip involving body switches, aliens, evil plumbing executives and their minions, government agents, doges, talking corgis, and more.

Shadow Atlas: Dark Landscapes of the Americas

There is an old saying that wisdom sits in places. Open an atlas across the Americas, and you will soon discover the knowledge hidden in fragments of shared memory marked on maps, each tale a new entry in the field guide to dark landscapes.

You Sexy Thing

Farscape meets The Great British Bake Off in this fantastic space opera You Sexy Thing from former SFWA President, Cat Rambo.

Plague Birds

Plague Birds is a genre-bending mix of science fiction and dark fantasy and the epic tale of a young woman betrayed into becoming one of the future’s hated judges and executioners, with a killer AI bonded to her very blood.

A Thousand Li: The Second Storm

In Book 6 of the A Thousand Li series, two years have passed and the war between the Shen and Wei kingdoms rages on. When Wu Ying’s sister is kidnapped by the dark sect, he starts a quest to retrieve her and finds himself walking into a trap.

Write Faster With Your Word Processor

Whether you’ve used your word processor for years, or have just begun to learn a new program, it’s easy to grow complacent with your skills. In this book, I’ll teach you how to use your software effectively whether you write fiction or non-fiction.