BioI am Chloe Garner, longtime writer and wanderer with a host of identities in my head fighting each other to get out. I publish as Chloe Garner, Jamie O’Connor, and Mindy Saturn; each has their own style but a common voice flows through them all.
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Carter has one job: keep the demons of New York in line. Yesterday, one of those demons decided to test him, killing a man that Carter considered family. Today, Carter has to find that demon and do whatever it takes to prove to him, and anyone else, that there is one thing that is true about Carter. If you break his rules, you're not going to see tomorrow.
The Young Princess
Gwen was only six when her father told her that he was going to send her to a neighboring kingdom to wed a prince and become queen.
That was all she knew, and Katrina certainly didn't know any more. Katrina has been tasked with watching over Gwen since the young princess was born, so when Gwen packs up all of her things, Katrina is right there with her. They leave home and everything they know to become a part of another kingdom, another life, another destiny. Life at court is never as simple as it seems, and Katrina and Gwen are soon caught up in a generations-old battle for power and for love.
Isobel: The Rise of Rome
Long ago, a woman was born, she lived, and she died. And that should have been where her story ended, but instead, that’s where it begins. Ever since, Isobel has flitted through history, invisible to everyone but the very few that she allows to be a part of her life, Sethra is one of those few.
Gypsy Becca: Ghosts of Kerrington Manor
Becca's Makkai tribe is called away from celebration and reunion by an urgent plea: Kerrington Manor is haunted and the anniversary of five gruesome murders brings a mortal danger to everyone nearby. Becca, Dawn, and the rest of the Makkai must find the magic that is holding these ghosts after so long, or they may never see another day.
Kenny is a space needle operator, the head of the Houston installation of a network of needles used to ship the world's goods from point to point in zero gravity, zero friction. It's a complex, dangerous system that, at this point, is mostly managed by machines until, one day, things start to go wrong. The science on this one isn't airtight, but if you'll take it with a wink, it's a fun, exciting story about technology and corporate politics and the difference between the story from inside the machine and the one we see, outside of it.