Imagine the Victorians rediscovered spaceflight. Would the British really be interested in pressuring the small island of Japan to open its ports during the Meiji era when they could instead have an entire Japanese planet?
Sumiko is a descendent of colonists from Earth’s Asia, whose ancestors came to the planet Aynu-Mosir during the world’s first era of spaceflight millennia ago. After thousands of years of peace, her planet is in danger.
Imagine what our galaxy would look like if the Victorians had rediscovered space flight. What British merchant would be interested in a paltry business such as the East India Trading Company when he could invest in The East Milky Way Trading Company instead?
Meriwether Klark remembers little of his former life before his father took him to New Campton Manor Station, only that his mother paid dearly for displeasing Lord Archibald Klark. Meriwether’s new home is a strange place with an artificial sun, nannies made of metal, and ghostly echoes of someone locked below the mansion. While dodging his father’s wrath, Meriwether learns the station is built on secrets . . . and he is determined to uncover them.
The Geari Wife: Book 2 in The Memory Thief Series is available on Amazon as a paperback and as a Kindle.
Orphaned on a world similar to pre-shogunate Japan, Faith longs for her old life and the Victorian society that has left her behind. When the man who is responsible for kidnapping her sister returns to the planet where she has been abandoned, she devises a scheme that will restore peace to the indigenous people, get her memories back from the man who stole them, and avenge the death of her father.
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What would the Victorian era look like if they had “rediscovered” space flight? Would the British really be interested in colonizing a country like India if they could colonize a planet?
Imagine a Neo-Victorian alternate history romance set on a shogun-like planet. Felicity is a young lady betrothed to a British noble of rank and fortune who will someday inherit a space station. Her life should be happy and perfect. Alas, she fears she will never achieve happiness—or wholeness—until her memories have been returned by the man who stole them.
These stories contain moderately wicked witches, naughty necromancers and zombies who might eat your brains if they don’t succeed at seducing you. This quirky collection gathers the funniest fantasy, weirdest paranormal and most hilarious horror written by award winning author, Sarina Dorie. Included in this book of treats are stories previously published such as:
Putting the Romance Back into Necromancy
Five Tips for Outsmarting Satan—and Your Students
Night of the Living Deadcrumbs
In all, there are seventeen tales to transport you to another world and tickle your funny bone!
Megan’s parents don’t approve of her new friend’s bad influence and worldly ways. Nor do Karma’s parents approve of Megan’s strict, secular upbringing. All that stands in Megan’s way of finding herself is god, her parents and her religion. No biggie, right? Will she choose tradition and religion or friendship and magic?
Will she become her opposite, an URBAN CHANGELING?
Gothic Romance. Mystery. Ghosts. Imagine a whimsical fairytale world with the feel of Jane Eyre . . . only working in a house of werewolves.
Silent Moon was published by Soul Mate Publishing in 2013. It is available on Amazon.
As if teenage love isn't hard enough in the times of the Puritans, imagine falling in love with an alien!
Dawn of the Morning Star, published on Smashwords, has been sold to Wolfsinger Publications. The book is now available for purchase.