A Planet That Longs To Forget, book two of the upcoming space opera series A Galaxy, Alive is now live on Amazon! Take a look at the blurb below:
When memory can be altered… how do we know what’s real?
Now in charge of her own agency, Syl Raynor has her pick of the biggest and baddest cases that the galaxy has to offer. But when a simple drug-smuggling case goes awry, she is forced to question whether she can truly trust her own memories.
Meanwhile, the naive and innocent Te’rnu, Syl’s new assistant, has a whole new galaxy to explore – one which could easily eat him up alive if he’s not careful.
Together, Syl and Te’rnu will have to face the mistakes of their pasts, and contemplate just how reality is defined – if not by the memories of the people living in it.
A Lonely World Where The People Are Blue, book one of the upcoming space opera series A Galaxy, Alive is now live on Amazon and set to release on April 23rd. Sign up for updates on this series or read the blurb below:
A small-town mystery… on a galactic scale.
Syl Raynor knows that PI work amongst the stars is just as dull as it is on Terra: missing persons, cheating spouses, and conspiracy theories. But when she’s given one last case to determine whether she’ll keep her job, Syl is catapulted into the middle of an intergalactic mystery with far-reaching consequences.
On the remote planet of Z’h’ar, Syl will have to learn to be a real investigator if she’s going to keep her job… and her life.
Meanwhile, the diary of her missing sister burns a hole in her pocket. Does Z’h’ar hold the key to decrypting it?
There is a very real darkness that dwells deep in our souls – and some have learned to set it free.
When Laura Kamryn disappears on a trip back to her remote hometown, her distraught fiance Rey Morfin convinces Laura’s childhood friend Anna Tyndall to return to the small town of Redbury to help investigate. Using Anna’s knowledge of the local area, and more importantly, the people, Rey hopes to find Laura – alive.
But beneath the surface, a wickedness stirs. The residents allude to a rampant fire that scarred the town, a witch from whom the children flee, and monstrous shapes that lurk in the shadows.
Rey’s journey will take him to the darkest corners of the English countryside, encountering a mysterious root, afternoon tea, and beings that are perhaps human no more.