The Space Pirate Series is an action-comedy aboutCaptain Meek and his mischievous band of pirates whoset out to find trouble and treasure in the wilds of space.They are met with alliances, betrayal, pirates, spacepolice, telepaths, sorcery, bar fights, beasts and of courseSpace Dragons.This is one of many series that takes place in the Galaxyof Empires Universe.A small town in America decides to cancel seventh grade, after a tumultuous group of sixth graders forces all of their teachers to quit. Instead of returning to school after summer break, the group is sent to an innovative enrichment camp, which turns out to be nothing like what the students or their parents expected. The seventh graders find themselves alone, with no adults, and no way to return to civilization. A series of surprising and humorous events leads them to discover the true meanings behind life and the freedom to learn.
1660, England. War is at an end, yet for Christopher Morgan his personal conflict rages on. Haunted by the tragic death of his wife, Christopher is desperate to escape the pain her memory brings, although looking into the eyes of his young son, Abel, he cannot help but be reminded of what he has lost. Over time, father and son develop a strong bond until they are callously torn apart when Abel is snatched by smugglers and sold overseas.From the shores of Constantinople to the coast of Jamaica, time and tide keep them apart. Christopher will sail across oceans to find Abel, never losing faith that one day they will be reunited, and, as the years pass, Abel will learn that fortune favours the brave.
Short, fat, and gifted with a euphorically high libido, Paxton’s life is an affront to God...until he meets Dasha, the Japanese exchange student who genuinely seems to like him! So what if she floats through the hallways and only comes out in the dark, right?But can the guild save Paxton from the friendzone before the town is completely overrun with mouth-breathing creatures of the night?Short, fat, and gifted with a euphorically high libido, Paxton’s very existence is an affront to God and the other students of Rayhollow High…that is until he meets Dasha, the stunning Japanese exchange student who not only meets each of his disproportionately high standards for a partner, but also genuinely seems to like him! So what if she floats through the hallways and only comes out in the dark, you can’t judge a girl by the size of her canines…can you?But as zit-riddled neckbeards overrun the town in startling numbers and Paxton falls deeper into the friend zone, his best friend Chad calls on the help of loyal friends, Renaissance Faire aficionados, and a tall, mysterious stranger who wears a fedora and wields the sword of the Samurai. With a little help from The Red Pill, this euphoric guild embarks on a five point adventure to woo this waifu into submission…hentai style! But when Furry betrayal reaches their ranks, the guild starts to unravel and only the Gentlest of Sirs can deliver salvation…
The Space Dragons series is about a Morphic SpaceDragon named Evella Noctu who attempts to unite all ofthe remaining Space Dragon Clans into one unified Society.She is met with alliances, betrayal, pirates, space police,telepaths, sorcery, political strife, wars from encroachingempires, and personal issues.The Space Dragons series is about a Morphic SpaceDragon named Evella Noctu who attempts to unite all ofthe remaining Space Dragon Clans into one unified Society.She is met with alliances, betrayal, pirates, space police,telepaths, sorcery, political strife, wars from encroachingempires, and personal issues.This is one of many series that takes place in the Galaxyof Empires Universe.
Evella Noctu who discovers she has some unusualabilities that may take her merchant group to the top ofthe corporate ladder. In a society where assassination's areconsidered the norm to move up in rank. she has her workcut out for her. Along the way, there are alliances,betrayal, slavery, pirates,telepaths, sorcery and of courseSpace Dragons.The Merchant Wars Series takes place in the ReptilianConglomerate Empire where they take their "business"very seriously. This is where the phrase "Cut throatbusiness" comes from... they take it literally.This is a story about a lowly snake lady merchant namedEvella Noctu who discovers she has some unusualabilities that may take her merchant group to the top ofthe corporate ladder. In a society where assassination's areconsidered the norm to move up in rank she has her workcut out for her. Along the way, there are alliances,betrayal, slavery, pirates, telepaths, sorcery and of courseSpace Dragons.This is one of many series that takes place in the Galaxyof Empires Universe.ISBN
She will not be the unwanted bride…Ceara has been promised to Garreth Mac Cecht her entire life. Arranged marriages are not at all common within her tribe, yet she had accepted her fate long ago, reveled in it even. Being arranged to marry a man as handsome as Garreth was no hard fate…until the day he made his true feelings known. Ceara now knows she means nothing more to him than another responsibility, and one he is determined to avoid at all costs.Ceara has no idea why her mother arranged her marriage so many years ago, but if her mama will not release her from her duty, she will release herself. Ceara refuses to be ignored by her intended husband any longer. Tis time to forswear their cursed fate.He is not ready to take a wife…Garreth has been ignoring Ceara determinedly for years. Why chase the one lass he is destined to marry, when he can have all the other lassies, first? It was a fine idea, until the day he took it too far. In his need to keep her at arm's length, he insulted her pride in order to save his own. Ignoring her is easier than accepting the truth: he cares for Ceara more than he wants to admit. But pushing her away is the only control he has over his otherwise sealed fate. So, he pushed hard, too hard, and potentially destroyed any remaining affections she held for him. Enough. Tis time to prove to Ceara that he will make a fine husband.But, on the very night he decides to finally do right by Ceara, she breaks off their agreement completely. He deserves it, fool that he is, but he will not allow it. Nay. He will have Ceara back. But convincing her that he is worthy will be quite a task. Fortunately, Garreth is up to the challenge…This is a Sisters of Danu novella and can be read in any order. Chronologically, it takes place just before book one, Forbidden Fate. Rated 18+ for some adult content
A tale set in ancient Cornwall and the lost world of Aeden, about a man and his wife, and the man's quest for Truth at any cost - and for the Perfect Woman. He finds her, and she teaches him to honour the Goddess in his wife, and to return to her. But she has been taken far away. He must find her and win her back. Only then will they fulfill their remarkable destiny - and at last find true love.A tale set in ancient Cornwall and the lost world of Aeden, about a young swordsmith named Calibur, and his wife, Rosa. It also features a rat, a rose, an anklebiter, a colony of icon-makers, a goatherd, a muse, a monastery, and a goddess.Calibur's troubles all begin one morning at the local market. He is selling swords to make ends meet, as usual, when a stranger's glittering wares catch his eye. He rashly trades all his swords for a little wisdom book - and an icon of a mysterious holy woman of great beauty. Bewitched by the book's promise of ultimate Truth, and maddened by a vision of the woman in the icon, he leaves Rosa to go into the mountains on a quest for Truth at any cost - and for the Perfect Woman of the icon. In the mountains he joins a hermitage, but becomes disillusioned with the ascetic quest for truth. He leaves the hermits to their disputations, and sets out for home. He becomes lost in the wilderness. There he is rescued by the woman of the icon whom he adores, but to his sorrow she commands him to honour the Goddess in his wife, and to return to her. He reluctantly obeys. But she has been taken far away, beyond the borders of the world, by the Boatman of Avalon. He must find the boatman, and prove that he is worthy to be ferried across to that other place. There he must find Rosa and with the help of Ainenia, the mysterious Lady of Aeden, and win her back from a Thorn Convent run by the Aghmaath. These are from the darkened world of Phangkor, and teach the absolute relinquishment of the will to life, and hate and despise the Goddess and love. Only together will Calibur and Rosa fulfill their remarkable destiny back on Earth - and at last find true love.The Icon of Ainenia can be read alone, but it refers to things more fully dealt with in the epic The Apples of Aeden, In the telling of the story of the Icon, it was inevitable that some greater matters should be mentioned, concerning the ancient Order of the Makers and the Nine Worlds. If this becomes a distraction, my apologies in advance; if (as I hope will be the case) you find yourself wishing to know more about Ainenia, Anklebiters, the Aghmaath, Avalon and the whole World of Aeden, there is a remedy: the 'Apples of Aeden' epic, set in the present time and based on the historical source book, 'The Ennead of Aeden', and the Diary of Shelley Arkle. Volume one, The Girl and the Guardian, is now available as an ebook.
Shelley is lost in a World once known as Aeden. The ancient Tree of Life is dying, and deadly Thornmen are hunting her.Someone else has been waiting for Shelley. He asks to be her Guardian on a perilous quest to save Aeden. The Thornmen are closing in as the Girl and the Guardian seek the faery refuge of Urak Tara.In the terrible Valley of Thorns they make a daring - and fateful - pact...Volume I of the 2000-plus page epic fantasy Apples of Aeden, twelve years in the making. Newly edited in October 2012, with many new coloured maps and graphics throughout.This epic isn't for the casual reader! Be warned: this world will draw you in, and you will lose yourself in it, and as with Galadriel's realm, those who visit Aeden do not emerge unchanged. The world of the epic is ageless, esoteric, philosophical, and Romantic, exploring in a vast cycle what an intergalactic civilisation which truly honoured Love, Beauty, Truth, and Freedom might have looked like - and how it might have fallen, and how far...The Narrator, a distracted Oxford history student, finds a cryptic manuscript connected with the Knights Templar which leads him, via a hollow yew tree and a skeleton clutching an artefact not of this world, to Chartres cathedral, and thence to a mysterious antipodean forest containing an ancient Portal.Meanwhile Shelley Arkle of New Zealand has had a very busy 13th birthday. On the way North, summoned by her eccentric grandfather, she learned that she was adopted, her ‘father’ crashed the car, then she was lured into the dangerous forest of the Fairyhill Reserve, and through its Portal into the world of Aeden (sketchily remembered by humans as the Garden of Eden).Waiting there for Shelley is a grim hermit warrior. She flees from him, and is picked up by a sinister black wagon. She is rescued by the wild Boy Raiders, but her glasses are smashed. The Boys deliver her back to the grim warrior: Korman the Outcast. He swears to be her Guardian, and together they flee the Kiraglim Trackers and Wardogs. In the cave of the learned Padrathad, Shelley eats the healing Apples of Aeden, and her eyesight becomes perfect. She learns that Aeden was once the hub of a magical Republic of nine worlds, whose pillars were Love, Beauty, Truth and Freedom, and which once honoured the Balance of the Divine Feminine and Masculine. Shelley realizes that the fate of Earth is linked with that of Aeden. She begins to accept the mysterious call to become the Kortana, or Jewel-caller, and find the lost Heartstone of the Tree of Life. Only thus can Aeden be saved from the fanatical life-denying Aghmaath, or thornmen. Then the lost Balance between the Masculine (Truth and Freedom) and the suppressed Feminine (Love and Beauty) will be restored and the Fifth Age will dawn. But first they must seek the hidden refuge of Urak Tara where Shelley will learn how to become the Kortana. Along the way she meets (to name a few): the rebel Quickblade and his Boy Raiders; the wild Urxura (the origin of our unicorn myths) and their even wilder friends the elusive Evergirls; Ainenia, Lady of Aeden and exiled mistress of Avalon; the boy Rilke who gives her a blue diamond; their shared pet Worriette, a cute orphaned wurrier; the not-so-cute werewurriers; a dragon-snake; a burrow-dwelling gem-hoarding anklebiter called Bootnip (Korman's grumpy pet); the squabbling dwellers of the Bottomless Canyon; swindling agathra fossickers; a colony of poets and artists; Hillgard the rebel Guardian; and the happy Waveriders. She also falls in love twice. Guided by the troubled Korman (and sometimes guiding him) she learns many magical wisdoms, such as Walking in Faery, Guiding the Unfolding, Entering the Dreamweb, and Defence against Mindbolts and Mindwebs. Pursued by the Aghmaath, they are hampered by the fact that Korman long ago vowed not use Arcratine, his mighty firesword. One by one the remnants of the Old Order are being conquered, and they are drawn into battles and seiges as they seek the lost school of Ürak Tara.When a fateful pact with Korman goes wrong, Shelley is left alone on an island on Lake Deadwater, deep in the thornfields. But a strange, forsaken creature from the lake comes to her aid, and together they escape, seeking Ürak Tara. She is now a true Rebel of Aeden - with a price on her head.