Emma, a severely disabled girl, plays Feyland through a special interface developed just for her by the game’s designer, her uncle Jim Carter. The interface not only allows Emma to play the immersive, Full-D game, but also to communicate with her loved ones in the real world. Join Emma as she ventures into the delights … and dangers … of Feyland!
TO HAVE…AND TO HOLD
by Deb Logan
Audience: Fantasy | New Adult | Short Story
Artie Woodward and Jed Kendrick have fallen in love and plan to marry, but when Jed’s Irish grandmother invites them to visit her in Dublin, they discover what their shared ability to see the creatures they call “Terrors” really means: they are Seers. They can see the Fae…but the Fae don’t like being seen. When Jed is kidnapped and ensorcelled by the Faery Queen, Artie must use every skill she has to rescue the man she loves!
CINNAMON CHOU: SPACE STATION DETECTIVE
by Deb Logan
Audience: Science Fiction | Juvenile | Short Story
Growing up on a space station when your mom is the commander and your dad is head of security is the best … except when your best friend in the whole universe is moving back to his home planet and you might never see him again. But Cinnamon Chou is determined to be a professional detective, just like her dad, so when that best friend’s pet Inarian goes missing just before his family is scheduled to leave, Cinnamon is on the case!
THE WORST SUMMER VACATION EVER
by Deb Logan
Audience: Paranormal | Teen | Short Story
Amanda Baines loves her family. Really. Even her younger siblings, the rug rats. But when her parents take all her carefully crafted summer plans and blow them straight to … well someplace even hotter than Oklahoma in July, she is definitely not a happy camper. Spending the summer at the lake house her father had frequented as a child is SO not what she had planned. Especially not when said house is totally secluded and offers no modern conveniences. Not even an indoor toilet! Will Amanda survive an unplugged summer in a creepy old house that seems to be watching her like a beast of prey?
Prince Philip’s father is ready for a grandchild, which means Philip has to marry. Immediately, if not sooner. Great. The most important decision of Philip’s life, and Dad wants him to make it NOW. When Philip doesn’t act fast enough to suit the king, his father writes Philip’s marriage into a treaty with the neighboring kingdom. All Philip has to do is visit King Stefan and choose between his twin daughters. What could be easier? NOT!
A short tale set in Anthea Sharp’s Feyland universe.
Wallace, a fierce Norwegian Forest cat, has guarded the boy since he was an infant. Despite advancing age, Wallace isn’t about to shirk his duty now that the boy is old enough to play a dangerous game. Wallace doesn’t understand his boy’s fascination with Feyland, but he knows a threat when he sees one.
By Deb Logan
Audience: Juvenile | Paranormal | Short Story
Artie Woodward sees the invisible beings that haunt our world. She recognizes their evil but doesn’t know what to do about it, so she’s learned to hide from their notice. Until Jed Kendrick moves to town. Suddenly, Artie has an ally, a friend, someone else who sees the unseen. Only Jed doesn’t hide. Jed fights back!
by Deb Logan
Audience: Juvenile | Siren | Short Story
Maris, a fifteen-year-old girl from Wichita, Kansas has never seen the ocean. Intentionally. Her parents have an unreasonable fear of the sea. When Dad allows Maris to accompany her best friend on a family vacation to Portland, Oregon, he has no idea that their ultimate destination will be Cannon Beach … and the wild waters of the Pacific Ocean. Maris is about to learn the truth behind the family taboo against salt water.
Twelve-year-old Hannah Barnes is just like all the other girls in her small Georgia town, except for one little detail. Hannah’s best friend — make that her only friend — is a ghost. When the annual Sweet Pea Festival arrives, Hannah discovers the secret to freeing Lilah from her earthly bondage. Hannah has a decision to make. Will she help Lilah move on, or will she hold on to her best friend?
Twelve-year-old Deanne Lawyer has a beautiful voice and a problem — her choir director just reassigned her descant solo to Sucky Susie Emerson! Deanne will have to use all the wiles her life as the little sister of five brothers has provided to reclaim her rights in time to wow the director of the adult choir for the annual Easter Cantata. Better watch out, Susie. Deanne is on a mission!