Fairy Gold Be careful what you wish for...Angelina already
has a gift. She can make herself invisible, or at least cause people not to notice her. But the gillys, the semi-mythical
little people who befriend her, can do so much more. Angelina is certain she'll attain true happiness if only her "fairy"
friends will give her one of their "magic" stones. As in most fairy tales, the results are not as suspected, but
one can't really blame the gillys. Adventure, true love, a dastardly villain, broken hearts and a seed of
hope. Available in print and Kindle editions. A "prequel" to the Healer's Apprentice series.
To Heal a Broken Planet Mix a regressed society, a former
space colony recovering from a long ago disaster, with an off-world group searching for new medicines. Add the indigenous,
telepathic "little people" to the mix, throw in a society of psychic healers, and maybe a cat with interesting friends.
Narrow the focus to a special child who may or may not be the child of prophecy but at least has connections to all the others.
The fate of her world may depend on the child learning the secrets of her past—if the darkest secret doesn't catch up
with her first.
Into the Unknown Teeka learns that a planet is much bigger than
the three city-states she's familiar with as she sails into uncharted waters. Even more daunting is her venture into the world
of her peers, as she tries to understand and navigate the world of young adults, teenage crushes, and proper etiquette.
Augmented by the dreamstone she carries, her psychic powers are growing stronger. Still she needs all her courage and ingenuity
when she and her friends are kidnapped by pirates and carried by a storm to a land beyond the maps, where she deals with earthquakes
and a volcanic eruption. Will the adventures never end?
The Stars Came Down The prophecy says that Teeka will "mend the broken world" and "spread
the gift of healing to the stars." She's already made a start bringing peace to her planet, although she has more challenges
to overcome. But what if she couldn't go to the stars? Would the people from the stars come to her? And would they be friendly?
Now thirteen, Teeka faces more complications with her peers, as well as having her
life turned upside down by various visitors from off-planet. Her life may never be the same again.