The Old Man and the Void
Dex Hollister hunts relics in the accretion disk of a black hole. Aging, impoverished, and suffering from a dry streak, he sets his sights on the biggest score of all: a battleship from a long-dead civilization. Dex makes the “catch,” but his prize powers up and pulls them both across the event horizon. In this no-man’s land of time and space, the automated ships of two ancient civilizations still fight their war. Trapped beyond the point of no return, Dex must use all his cunning to make his way back home.
Mind Over Trilogy
Deryl’s not crazy; he’s psychic. He’ll save worlds if he can keep sane. A blending of fantasy, institutional processes, and psychological elements within the context of an interplanetary crisis. This trilogy will keep you turning pages and leave you heart-warmed and satisfied.
Tales from the “Mind Over” Universe
SFF Novels & Anthologies
A starship crew meeting every challenge with competence and redneck ingenuity. Nuns working in space. A relic hunter who falls into a black hole. Find science fiction to challenge the intellect, excite the imagination, and tickle the funny bone.
Space Traipse: Hold My Beer – SF comedy
The Planetary Anthologies – from Tuscany Bay Books
Neeta Lyffe, Zombie Exterminator
What if zombies weren’t a global disaster, but an ecological pest and a political tool? Welcome to the world of the Zombie Exterminator. Join the adventures of a modern woman with an unusual and demanding job.
Shambling in a Winter Wonderland
What people, dead and alive, are saying about Neeta Lyffe:
“I died laughing—and came back to finish it!”
“I laughed so hard in places, I couldn’t breathe.”
—Kim Richards, Publisher
—Walt Staples, author and humorist
—Lincoln Crisler, editor, Corrupts Absolutely?
“When the zombie apocalypse comes, I hope I have someone like Neeta Lyffe by my side. Not only could I let her handle all the undead butt-kicking, she’d keep me laughing through the carnage.”
—Steve Hockensmith, author of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies: Dawn of the Dreadfuls and Cadaver in Chief
Neeta Lyffe: I Left My Brains In San Francisco is not just about zombie extermination. Author Fabian is a keen satirist with a wicked sense of humor. If you’re looking for a smile with your helping of brains, then Neeta Lyffe is the book for you.
—Lee Mather, author of The Green Man
—Tim Marquiz, author of the Demon Squad series
Meet Vern, a Faerie dragon on the wrong side of the Interdimensional Gap. Fighting crime. Doing Good. And trying to keep his belly fed, his soul clean and his friends alive while he earns back the lost glory of his dragonhood.
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