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Gaia's Wasp

So you want to build Galt's Gulch, a truly free society. Very nice, but if you let humans move in, Galt's Gulch will stay free for about ten minutes. How will you build men worthy to live in Libertarian paradise?

Luci Dark is the product of a grand experiment. In a leap of faith, humans alter their brains, forcing their subconscious minds to recognize everyone as their own children.

Now they love everyone instinctively, as a mother loves her son. It turns men into shining knights, and women into their adoring cheerleaders.

It also makes them easy targets, which is why they altered their brains a little further, because they knew sometimes love wouldn't work, and they would need savage violence.

But they didn't know how savage.

For readers who like their sci-fi hard, this book contains the first mathematically-realistic sci-fi depiction of interstellar travel via photon rocket, all the way down to the equilibrium temperature of the bow shield. The equations are left out of the story because, duh, it's a romance, but you can check the math here.

This 2nd edition is available in kindle and pdf form only, but print versions are coming soon to Amazon.

Gaia's Wasp

Dandelion Slap

In 1755, off the coast of Portugal, an undersea quake spawned a wave that broke the spine of a ship full of wayward girls. The girls had been forced to choose between a convent, or sailing to the New World to marry rough men.

They went for the rough men, but ended up trapped on a sinking ship, until an unlikely passerby offered another hard choice.

Now, 265 years later, their children have returned to Earth, bringing a gift.

This was my second book to write, so it is less easy to read than the later volumes. However, of all the books in the series, I think this one is the most beautiful. The full-color hardcover is stupidly cheap.

Dandelion Slap

Sainthood in Sixty Seconds

If God asks you to pull his finger, don't do it.

Joshua the Prophet was created by God himself, three hours ago, in a pod that resembled a porta-potty hurtling toward Earth. As he approached the humans at divine velocity, Joshua knew he was made for a mission, and it would be so cool to know what it was. God had refused to explain His Divine Plan, saying only that it would be more fun as a surprise.

When you're on a mission from God, it's not really comforting to know He has a sense of humor.

This book is shorter than the rest, with a more light-hearted feel.

Sainthood in 60 Seconds

A Beast Cannot Feign


Half-aliens prowl the Earth, defying our laws, banging our women and laughing at our taxes. I mean really laughing. They think our taxes are hilarious, and how is a man supposed to perform with half-alien women giggling at his pay stub?

Of all the half-aliens, Luci Dark is widely regarded as the most annoying, so they chose her as their ambassador. Now she's shopping for a little patch of Earth to call, home, say, 10,000 square miles. Every right-thinking Human welcomes that idea like a fart at a wedding.

Maybe we could have coexisted, if Luci hadn't invited our productive men to ditch us and join them.

That means war.

A Beast Cannot Feign

God's Girlfriend


Half-aliens are colonizing Earth, building a Libertarian paradise in the Australian outback, and they invited Humans to join them. Naturally, this is a global calamity, because the Libertarian colony might succeed.

Luci Dark is manning the colony's gate, greeting Human immigrants. So far this morning, she has welcomed Ron Paul, Chuck Norris, and Jesus. Jesus was no real problem, but Ron and Chuck brought too many pregnant girlfriends.

God's Girlfriend