All books are available as e-books through Amazon.com: Lucy and the Snivel Chair (mystery/sci-fi), DRAGON (fantasy), and Learning The Garden Of The Body (life experience teen and young adult) or Kobo.com: Healing The Temple Of The Body (life experience teen and young adult), Ruby Queen (sci-fi/fantasy series), Sylvia (sci-fi/fantasy series), AppleyEye The Pirate (play).
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A dream, a character I conceived of, and a chance picture taken of Joanne Gosling when she was modeling for a yet unpublished cover for the Children of the Myth Machine series, led to the creation of Lucy and the Snivel Chair.
Something strange is happening in Cambridge, Ontario. A young woman is caught stealing a jersey and kept in a police cell over night. In the morning the police find a teenage boy in the cell instead. Other peculiar occurrences start to happen and RCMP officer Lucy J. Lightning is called in. Before something tragic happens, Lucy must solve the case of the Snivel Chair.
Initially I wanted each title to have a single name but I’ve decided to go with Ruby Queen for the first book in the Children of the Myth Machine series. The next cover of the book will say The Queen.
Terren Foe knows what it’s like to be a slave. On the world Sierra he was mutilated and mechanical parts added to his body so he could fight as a gladiator against Children of Myth. Now he’s landed on Terra Verte to help the Queen of Meiosis capture the slaver, Thrain. He has three weeks to complete his task and already his mechanical parts are malfunctioning.
Go to the Ruby Queen page if you want to read the first chapter.
Sylvia is the second book in the Children of the Myth Machine series.
Sylvia froze in terror as the two familiar lights fell from the sky. She remembered what came with those lights and how they stole her sister from her. She pressed her palm against the bark of a sugar maple and sent a warning. This time they were prepared. Human slavers would steal no more Children of the Forest.
I’ve included the first chapter on the Sylvia page.
Well, I’ll just say take a look at the Appleye The Pirate! page to get an idea what this play is all about!
Since Cynthia’s mother passed away from ovarian cancer her father rarely talks to her. Already emotion weakened she’s devastated when to girls in junior high make fun of how she looks. Desperate to be liked she listens to advise from a star athlete in high school and soon finds herself one of the popular girls. But not eating while continuing to exercise has a cost and she finds herself in the hospital where her dad pleads for her to get help.
Author with Sam Nichols (model) at Kitchener Comic Con, April 2, 2016 in Ontario, Canada. Picture taken by Peter Samuel.
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