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About Pam Uphoff
I grew up in California, one of those horse-mad girls.
Horse books, Horse drawings, riding lessons . . . the parents finally surrendered when I was thirteen and bought a horse. And another. And another.
I still have two, a granddaughter and great grandson of my first very own, don't-have-to-share-with-the-sisters, horse.
My reading slipped from horse and dog stories to science fiction, but even though I'm writing science fiction, there seem to be rather a lot of horses in the stories, somehow. And dinosaurs.
My stories in my favorite Fictional Universe, Wine of the Gods, are going up, book by book. In internal chronology:
Outcasts and Gods -- A stand alone novel.
Exiles and Gods -- Three novellas.
The Black Goats -- A stand alone novel.
Explorers -- First of a series.
Spy Wars -- Second.
Comet Fall -- Third.
A Taste of Wine -- A short story collection.
The Dark Lady -- Last of the series, but not the last in this universe.
Growing Up Magic -- Three novellas.
Young Warriors -- Stand alone novel.
God of Assassins -- Stand alone novel.
Empire of the One -- Stand alone novel.
Dancer -- Stand alone novel in the Empire of the One.
Warriors of the one -- Short story in the Empire of the One.
Earth Gate -- Novel.
Mages at Large -- Novella.
Triplets -- Novella
Sea Wolves -- Novella.
Bad Karma -- Short story.
Darkside of the Moon -- Novella.
Cascades -- A collection of stories.
Olympian -- Novella in the Empire of the One.
Embassy -- Novel.
One the Run -- A collection of stories.
Rael -- Two stories in the Empire of the One.
God of the Sun -- Novel.
Cannibal World -- Novella.
The Directorate Series is a spin off, following three young characters from previous stories: Ra'd the time-displaced Warrior of the One, Paer Withione, the President's daughter, and Ebsa Clostuone "Kitchen" from Dancer.
Directorate School -- Novel.
A Tale of Three Interns -- Novella.
Trouble in Paradise -- Novella.
First Posting -- Short story.
Surveillance -- Short story.
Fort Dinosaur -- Novella.
I'm currently working on a print Omnibus of the Directorate stories. I ought to get that out this summer.
And I might manage to squeeze out three more stories in 2017.
Writing "Kid safe" adventures as Zoey Ivers:
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Fynn, a bastard half-breed adopted by a friend of his dead father, was, despite his irregular antecedents, an ordinary college student. Then the increasing problems in in the Alliance led his new father to pull him into a secret society sworn to protect an Alliance that is crumbling.
When Bad Tölz is invaded, Fynn is all that stands between his World and brutal subjugation.
Lord Seigbert Fey needs help to gain custody of his orphaned grandchildren, and desperate enough to take a chance on a battered angry teenaged boy.
Together, they start to pull their lives together. But their Transdimensional Empire of thousands of Worlds, the Drei Mächte Bündnis, the Three Part Alliance, is heading into rough waters, and about to hit the rocks that will shatter it.
Can a small family survive the fall of the Alliance?
As the Three Part Alliance crumbles, Axel--code name Igor--finds himself overstretched between his duty, and his family. Especially after he is accused of murdering his corrupt and very much not-loved uncle.
Rael Withione was once one of the elite, a presidential guard.
After the assassination attempt, she has a long recovery ahead.
Investigating her brother-in-law's murder was not part of her scheduled physical therapy.
Four stories in the Wine of the Gods Universe
High school student Chris Dunmeyer thought he was smart, athletic and good looking. The tests that showed that he was genetically engineered came as a shock. Bad enough he wasn't allowed to compete in sports, was shunned as a techno monster. But now the majority wants "his kind" gone. And with the new parallel world technology, it looks like there's a place to send them.
Exiled from Earth, the genetically engineered colonists and the escaped "gods" find their parallel Earth a challenge, a paradise, and an opportunity to explore the abilities their genetic engineering has blessed, or cursed, them with.
Includes three shorter works in the same world.
A Garden Party at Kozlov House, the Host murdered! Detective Inspector Smirnov is back to find the killer. Was it the angry Wife? A Political Rival? The son? The professor? Or . . . something more sinister?
And trying to make Siberia Max self sufficient. But is traveling to other worlds to research dairy farms the cover for covert contact a foreign government about an illegal method of controlling portal travel, or are both cover to hide that he's really there to help the son of a friend through his perilous Presentation and Challenge?
As Axel falls deeper into a tangle of outmoded laws and customs . . . his Cyborg friends have troubles of their own . . . or is that . . . opportunities?
As the Alliance weakens, life goes on as usual for an unimportant backwater world.
A New Year, ushered in with parties and fireworks . . . and the death of a young woman.
Detective Inspector Rodolph Smirnov finds himself in a tangle of families, feuds and friendships.
A World so familiar . . . and so different. Where his best friend, Ra’d ibn Nicholas, is a wanted criminal, and a defeated enemy is the President.
With earthquakes whenever they attempt to open a dimensional gate, something strange is going on. Quite apart from the parallel Earth that is about to invade.
Rael’s doing what?
The Multiverse’s hottest government agent, most incompetent assassin, deadliest woman warrior, and new mother is starting a new career, teaching at the University of the Empire’s School of Directorate Studies. With any luck she won’t have to kill any of the ultra-competitive, status-conscious, established faculty protecting their turf from the newcomer.
But it’s going to be close . . . fortunately she has two secret weapons. Xen, the Master of the Multiverse, and Exzy, the cutest baby in the Multiverse.
The halls of academia tremble in fear.
But there’s something not right . . .
And why does everyone assume she's really here to investigate her predecessor's murder? He wasn't murdered . . . was he?
They crossed the dimensions to spy on the World that attacked their own. The "Oners" had been very high tech, very aggressive, as magic as their own people. They went to collect information, and found a world preparing for war. Can they use this strange world's social conventions to derail a war?
Xen Wolfson is a powerful dimensional wizard. With no idea how he wound up in a wilderness, bereft of magic, with what looks a lot like a lightning strike burn.
If he doesn’t get killed and eaten by the wolf, and learns to make weapons, and hunt without magic, he can survive until someone finds him.
Hopefully a friend . . .
A cross-dimensional war is brewing, and Xen’s kidnapping was the first shot fired. As the unknown enemy continues to grab the strongest of the dimensional cops, Xen’s friends try to find him, and at the same time locate the enemy so they can stop the hostilities before it turns into open warfare.