Middle Readers Horse Story (13,000 words, approx 45 pages)
As a killer hurricane approaches their town, Lysette and her mother have no trailer to transport their horse, King. They decide to ride him to shelter. Two days, down roads increasingly filled with scared, impatient people. One accident could be the end of King. Can they make it?
Cozy Mystery, Western Adventure (11,000 words, approx 35 pages)
Young gunslinger detectives, Mick and Casey McKee, are eager to hear some opera singing. But when somebody takes a shot at some visiting divas, the concert is off. The ladies won't sing until Mick and Casey solve a case of blackmail and murder.
Cozy Mystery, Michigan Mystery ( 95,000 words, approx 350 pages)
In a small Michigan beach town, an eccentric movie buff and a compulsive secret agent join forces to solve a case of kidnapping and murder.
Cozy Mystery, Western Adventure ( 65,000 words, approx 220 pages. available in ebook and paper)
Two gunslingers, one little girl, a big bag of toys, and murder! Young newlywed gunslingers Mick and Casey tangle with jewel heists, kidnappings and a murder mystery when they are hired to escort the young daughter of a stagecoach king, along with her fabulous collection of toys. One of Red Adept's Top Indie Books of 2010.
Light Mystery and Suspense Short Stories (16,000 words, approx. 60 pages)
Five light mystery short stories: from puzzles like "Waiter, There's a Clue in My Soup!", "The Hoosegow Strangler," and "Trail of the Lonesome Stickpin," to suspense in "Alibi" and "The Promise." These stories were previously published in magazines like Handheld Crime and Futures Mysterious Anthology. Several of these stories were nominated for a Derringer Award or put forward for an Edgar.
Mystery, Western, Ghost Sstory ( Novelette 8300 words, approx 30 pages)
Was it a curse, a ghost ... or was it murder? Or all three?
When a friend dies from a fall from his horse on a dangerous trail at night, gunslingers Mick and Casey are not surprised. Oren was prone to carelessness. But Oren was one of many to die riding that trail, and that first death might have been murder. Were all the others accidents, or is there something more to what the locals call the Curse of Scattershale Gulch? 8300 word novelette.
Suspense, Crime Comedy (28,000 words, approx. 90 pages.)
On a lonely country road, in the cold of winter, two runaway teens are out of gas and stranded. They seek shelter in a distant farmhouse, only to find it's the lair of a gang of vicious kidnappers. Can they dodge the crooks and the weather long enough to save the kidnapped child...and themselves?
Crime and Mainstream Short Fiction (8500 words, Approx. 30 pages)
Five flash stories with a touch of mystery, some hard-boiled, some fluffy, all with a twist.
Multigenre (including horror), Multi-author collection of flash fiction. 20 stories of about 1000 words each (approx 80 pages).
A collection of very short stories, from multiple authors in multiple genres, based on the phrase "Pink Snowbunnies Will Ski In Hell." All royalties go to various local animal rescue and shelter organizations.
"Revenge of the Peeps" is a Starling and Marquette vignette, in which George and Karla discuss whether to go to a wedding, skip the wedding or prevent the wedding from happening....
Fantasy, Old-Timey Adventure (32,000 words, approx 110 pages)
Novella, originally written as a blog serial. When Alex, an idle college student, tries to rescue his drunken professor from drowning, he finds himself in another world, which resembles old adventure tales and silent movie serials. Now Alex must rescue his professor from more than muddy water.
Fantasy, Fairytale, Chlidren's books (11,000 words, approx 35 pages)
Collection of seven original fables and fairytales, ranging from haunting to silly. Many of these stories have been published elsewhere, including Cricket Magazine, Storycards and another anthology.
Contemporary Fantasy Short Fiction (10,000 words, Approx 30 pages)
Four contemporary fantasy stories. In "The Bellhound" a woman needs protection, but doesn't want a dog; in "Away He Run" a boy struggles with being his family secret; in "The Trespasser" a girl and her pony come face to face with death; in "Like The Wind" there's not much stronger than the will of a teenager.
Swashbuckler, YA/Middle Readers Adventure (69,000 words, Approx 240 pages)
Anna is a runaway girl disguised as a boy. After she nearly thwarts a kidnapping, she is offered a job in the royal stables. Surrounded by the intrigues of the court, she has the time of her life. But this is Anna's only chance at adventure. She finds the hero admirable but boring, and the villain is both dead wrong and a lot of fun. Who should she follow?
Melodrama, Fantasy/Historical. (55,000 words, or approx 200 pages.)
Part political tract, part fairytale and melodrama, The Wife of Freedom is the story of a woman whose wild heart leads her to betray. She takes up the job of spy to harnesss her own faithless nature, and only then learns real friendship and loyalty.