Book List in Order: 36 titles

  • When a woman's bones are found in the icy dregs of the noxious Nor' Loch, newly appointed sheriff of Edinburgh, Walter Scott, is called upon. Are these the remains of a drowned witch or religious heretic, or are they perhaps linked to something more ...


  • Queen Verity is queen only because her mother has said she has to be. She agrees because, after all, somebody has to liberate the dragons who have long toiled in the boiler room bowels of the city. Now that they are free, nobody has any idea what to ...


  • After the Orange? In this collection, a group of writers imagines the future by the time the alt-right and the current administration are no longer in charge, say 20 years or more into the future. Of course, science fiction writers have always tried ...


  • Progress has transformed Queenston, capital city of Argonia. Once the land of witches, wizards, fairies, and other magical people and animals, since the Great War, the country has changed. Queenston, particularly, is now the city of contraptions and ...


  • What you see (at first) is not what you get in this collection of nine previously published tales of shape shifting and transformation. An Alaskan student of wildlife biology finds it difficult to write convincingly about what she knows. A proud and ...


  • The Tour Bus of Doom rolls into a small coastal town, spewing zombies to rampage down the main street. To the beat of eerie drum music, they loot, kidnap, and zombie-fy innocent citizens. Spam the cat, self-appointed feline defender of the town, watc...


  • Spam the cat thought he'd seen a lot of the world in his nine months of life. After all, he was the foremost vampire hunter of Port Deception, WA. (SPAM VS THE VAMPIRE)! This was his first Christmas, however, and from what he'd heard on TV, on Christ...


  • In these stories, a parade of fascinating felines tell tales of their lives. Guinevere’s cat, Gray Jane, tells what really happened at Camelot from her cat’s eye view atop the queen’s canopy bed. An Egyptologist’s cat, Shuttle, wards off a ve...


  • Available for the first time as an ebook pairing, these two short stories by author Elizabeth Ann Scarborough serve as an mystical introduction to her work. In MUMMIES OF THE MOTORWAY, a woman and her niece and nephew travel to an English resort whe...






  • A PURRANORMAL MYSTERYSpam and the other cats at website designer Darcy Dupres' house are frantic with worry. Darcy walked out the door two (missed) wet meals ago and didn't return or send anyone else to look after her beloved furry friends....


  • “A science fiction thriller that feels like a futuristic James Bond. . .The idea of two minds inhabiting one body is a fascinating premise. The way they blend together and respect each other’s personality makes Elizabeth Ann Scarborough’s lates...


  • Scarborough Fair and Other Stories includes: "Introduction" "The Mummies of the Motorway", 2001 "Final Vows", 1998 "Whirlwinds", 1998 "Worse Than the Curse", 2000 "Boon Companion", 2002 "Long Time Coming Home", with Rick Reaser, 2002 "Mu Mao and the ...


  • Powerful. Beautiful. Seductive. Cleopatra had it all. And soon any woman will be able to share her secrets, her wiles, her ways with men--for a price. Genetic research has advanced to the stage of "blending," the transplantation of cellular memory fr...


  • Science fiction authors resurrect a host of colorful historical characters--including Leonardo Da Vinci, Mata Hari, and Edgar Allen Poe, in a unique collection that celebrates past lives yet unlived. Original....


  • Nebula Award-winning author of the Godmother series, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough spins a new tale -- of a town both familiar and strange. And of a man well known to generations of book lovers, brought vividly to life... As sheriff of Edinburgh, buddin...


  • The award-winning author of the acclaimed Godmother novels featuring Felicity Fortune introduces a new Godmother -- a Native American woman, known simply as "Grandma," who will weave a web of unforgettable magic and change the life of one young woman...


  • in Did You Say Chicks?!

    Those Chicks in Chainmail are baaaack -- and They Are Not Amused! A Brief Word from the Characters: We seem to have a Failure to Communicate here. Hey, it's okay with us that Chicks in Chainmail was so popular, and reached #3 on the Locus bestsell...


  • in Space Opera

    Twenty original science fiction tales based on the theme of music--by such authors as Marion Zimmer Bradley, Charles de Lint, and Gene Wolfe--include the story of a singer whose ear for music helps her fight crime. Original....


  • Awakened by the password “humbug,” Ebenezer Scrooge is back—this time as a ghost in the computer of workaholic Monica Banks, in this wry and heartwarming modern take on the Dickens classic....






  • A very modern fairy godmother takes a young girl under her wing in The Godmother's Apprentice Dear Rosie, Well, here I am. Ireland is beautiful, and Felicity Fortune's house is pretty nice. There's something weird about the pool, though, and the ...


  • in Chicks in Chainmail

    Here they come, and they're out for blood. For too long, they say, have hot blooded babes in brass bras and chain-link bikinis been held up to scorn as the embodiment of male fantasy wish-fulfillment and non-functionality. You think their swords won'...


  • One day in Seattle, social worker Rose Samson donned a crystal, pendant from her friend's vintage clothing shop and made a wish for a fairy godmother to save "the whole damned city." Enter Felicity Fortune, with her silver hair, strange clothes, a...


  • in Catfantastic III

    THE SECRET WORLD OF CATS is about to be revealed in this all-new collection of tales about those mysterious felines who rule the animal and human kingdoms. Whether they are intently stalking their prey, making humans cater to their every whim, or co...


  • In NOTHING SACRED, Elizabeth Ann Scarborough took a detour from her humorous classic and contemporary fantasies to write her “obligatory science fiction writer’s end-of-the-world book.” The bad news is the world has ended. The good ...


  • When a deep-space probe is sent out to determine the fate of its sister ship, which has become suddenly quiet, Commander Jake Ryder faces unspeakable dangers at the hands of destructive forces. Original....


  • In a world where unemployment is obliterated by putting all jobless people in the military to maintain the endless ongoing warfare, Warrant Officer Viveka Vanachek finds herself in a weirder place yet. Captured, raped, and interrogated she is finally...


  • “This book has just about every virtue one can reasonably expect in a contemporary fantasy tale, including a vivid portrait of the contemporary folk scene and a chilling emotional impact that makes many horror novels look pedestrian. Highly rec...


  • A ragtag band of folksingers in possession of an enchanted banjo enters the land Great Britain, where the banjo stirs up the ghost of Sir Walter Scott, who is intent on saving the last of the folk songs...


  • No one could have told Lt. Kitty McCulley that this was what it meant to be a war nurse. That she was going to Vietnam not to heal, but to ready her patients for the real pain. Not to alleviate suffering, but to become an object of contempt and misdi...






  • Pelagia Harper, aka Valentine Lovelace, published her memoirs of her time in Draco, Texas and became an established writer—at least in her own mind. But when her father dies and her stepmother steals her royalties, she finds herself destitute. ...


  • Determined to become an author of western penny dreadful novels like her idol, Ned Buntline, a young San Francisco newspaper editor christens herself Valentine Lovelace (after a floozie acquaintance of her father’s) and heads east for the Wild West...


  • Book Four of the Songs from the Seashell Archives Going on a quest with a handsome prince might sound like a dream, but Prince Rupert's cousin Carole comes to feel it isn't all it's cracked up to be. Carole agrees to accompany her hunky cousin to Mi...


  • By his genie's standards, Aman Akbar was a pervert. He was not content to marry his cousin, the beauteous Hyaganoosh, as custom demanded. Instead he chose three ugly foreign wives--a pale skinned barbarian Rasa, a sharp-tongued Chinese acrobat, Lady ...


  • A portentous song sparks an unlikely adventure in this lighthearted contemporary fantasy by the Nebula Award–winning author of The Healer’s War.   Colin Songsmith sings a song to an old witch who takes an unlikely revenge. The witch&...


  • Sleeping Beauty had it easy. Her curse only made her take a nap when she turned 16. As if it wasn’t bad enough already that because of her frost giant heritage from her father the king’s side of the family she was 6 feet tall when she was o...


  • In Song of Sorcery, Book 1 of Songs from the Seashell Archives, hearthwitch Maggie Brown met minstrel Colin Songsmith and a unicorn named Moonshine while saving both her sister and the kingdom. All in a quest’s work for a girl who can magically...