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About Jenny Schwartz
After a varied career working as an alien spacecraft engineer, a time traveler and a cryptid wrangler - and since no one would believe her stories were true - Jenny Schwartz now self-identifies as a novelist. She lives in Australia and her hobbies include earworm hexing and chocolate connoisseurship.
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No one suspects Zelia is a sorcerer, and that's exactly how she likes it. Even better, no one suspects she's human. Masquerading as a goblin Traveler, she roams Reality in her glittering van pulled by her two trusty world-walking birds, Warp and Weft.
But when a storm of cosmic chaos strands her in an outer thread, the only refuge in sight is the legendary Darkhouse of Doom. Goblin legend says it is cursed; that after the death of the sorcerer who created it, the appearance of the wandering darkhouse foretells the appearance of world-devouring monsters and the death of all who see it.
So, Zelia knocks on the door.
Any House in a Storm is a beauty and the beast tale set in an otherworldly, space-traveling darkhouse where nothing is as it seems and no one who enters remains unchanged.
While evil exists, there will always be those who fight it.
Any House in a Storm is a standalone novel set in the universe introduced in The House That Walked Between Worlds. For fans of Howl's Moving Castle, space goblins, magic, and authors like Naomi Novik, Lindsay Buroker, KM Shea and Ilona Andrews.
Galactic intrigue, royal drama, family shenanigans and general mayhem.
Captain Liam Kimani could be credited with ending the latest royal war. Instead, he’s blamed for it. Dirty commoners aren’t meant to lay their hands on royalty.
He has no regrets.
When Liam and his crew of the battlecruiser RC Genghis Khan are exiled to Capitoline’s border they discover that life in unexplored space can be more dangerous than war, and that their best chance of survival lies with a mysterious, elusive tagger.
The only problem is that Nora’s secrets might destroy the precarious stability of the entire Human Sector.
Astray is a fast-paced, enthralling space opera of lost societies, ancient aliens, rugged warriors and semi-legal pirates perfect for fans of Lois McMaster Bujold, Becky Chambers, and Lindsay Buroker.
Political intrigue, family drama, and ancient alien technology combine in the fourth novel of the Human Sector.
Nora Devi intended to leave her old life behind. But when a quick detour to acquire the funds for a new identity goes awry, she finds herself plunged ever deeper into the troubles she hoped to avoid.
The Human Sector is a stash of fuel cells just waiting for a spark to explode. The Great Game of politics and power has shifted from the inner realm to the border. Captain Liam Kimani of the battlecruiser RC Genghis Khan is the man in position to suppress the explosion - or ride the wave of it.
It's been half a millennium since the Stranding. Is the power of the royals still worth supporting, or is it time to risk everything for the chance to rejoin the rest of humanity?
Nora is adjusting to her new role as a player in the games of the powerful. She's gained some interesting enemies and some even more dubious allies. She has also been presented with a unique opportunity, courtesy of Jonah. The question is, who can she trust to explore it with her?
Independent action is a necessity for the sole Royal Capitoline Navy captain patrolling the border region. But Liam will have to defend his actions later in front of the Admiralty board. How can he best serve his realm? By a rigid definition of duty and defense of the status quo, or is there a greater cause, one worth his career and his very life?
A reckless act of compassion costs Dr. Kira Aist her family and her future on Earth. To escape her enemies, she calls on her heritage as a descendant of Baba Yaga and walks between worlds.
As Kira roams the paths of Reality, strangers are drawn to her House. Some seek refuge, some seek power, and one just wants kitty treats.
With the fate of multiple worlds hanging in the balance, Kira must discover what it means to be a sorcerer and the keeper of a House.
The House That Walked Between Worlds is a compelling and original fantasy novel of multiple worlds and beguiling mystery in the tradition of Ursula Le Guin and Diana Wynne Jones.
Just when Kira thinks she is getting a handle on what it means to be a sorcerer, the Emperor calls and drops a bundle of trouble in her lap. And he’s not the only one. For a woman intent on protecting her privacy, a whole lot of people seem to know how to contact Kira to draw her into their problems.
But when one of those problems involves saving children’s lives, how can Kira refuse to help?
Magic is misbehaving across Reality and Kira sets out to discover why. Her allies stand ready to help—and hinder—as she traverses the paths of Reality in a House which is developing its own quirky personality.
House In Hiding is a compelling and original fantasy novel of multiple worlds and beguiling mystery in the tradition of Ursula Le Guin and Diana Wynne Jones.
Hidden motivations are everywhere.
Evander has family trouble.
Lennu has a theory.
Gale has gossip—doesn’t she always?
And Kira has a plan. Maybe. If her magic would just behave.
Join the House in the thrilling conclusion to the Uncertain Sanctuary series.
Science fantasy at its startling, genre-bending best.
Thelma Bach graduated top of her class after four years at the Galactic Justice academy. But she’s a Rock Sector citizen. She was a fool to believe the core worlders would ever allow her to beat them at their own game. She’s been assigned to serve her seven years as a deputy in the Saloon Sector. The message for the Federation’s out-world citizens is clear: you’ll never be our equal, so don’t even try.
The core worlders chose the wrong person to push around.
Assigned to the despised frontier, Thelma will get her revenge even if she has to subvert a sheriff with a mysterious background (one who served with her Star Marine brother – will she be a baby sister forever?), charm artificial intelligences, fight bandits and negotiate with aliens.
It’s not a question of whether Thelma will survive her exile, but whether the Saloon Sector will survive her!
If you love hopeful SF with strong characters, fast-paced action, and a sense of fun, dive into the Interstellar Sheriff series, now.