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Serendipity’s Tide

Book 1 of Across a Jade Sea

He's a stranger from the other side of the world, and there sure seem to be a lot of people who want him dead, but he was willing to trade his life for hers and she's determined to deliver him safely to his destination.

85000 words

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Flag in Flames

Book 1 of Brotherhood of the Black Flag

The Brotherhood of the Black Flag is a tiny fleet of pirates, maintaining a precarious existence in deep space. When two of its captains take an interest in the same girl, the conflict threatens to tear their society apart.

302 pages

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Cantata in Coral and Ivory

A 'Coral Palace' Novel

Ikhsior is a man of action. But picking up your opponents and dangling them a foot above the floor just isn't as effective as it ought to be when it comes to dealing with court intrigue, romantic entanglements, and high fashion.

127000 words

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Pavane in Pearl and Emerald

A 'Coral Palace' Novel

Maintaining the social status of a penniless family is a challenge even for a man of Kide's wit and elan. Marrying the emperor's very lovely daughter seems the ideal solution -- but the princess is bound by a secret spell, and any who get close to her fall prey to its magic.

113000 words

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Velvet Lies

A 'Coral Palace' Novella

Murder is deadly, but in the Coral Palace the ultimate crime is telling the truth.

25000 words

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Frozen Witness

A 'Ice Wolf Investigations' Story

If the girl is already dead, how is she leaving footprints?

POLARIS: A Celebration of Polar Science, 2007
5000 words

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Dot to Dot

How to turn that dot on the map into an interesting small town at the drop of a die.

Dragon Magazine, 1996
4000 words

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