Diane Morrison, is also known as Sable Aradia. She is a SFF and Pagan non-fiction author, and a dyed-in-the-wool Canadian geek. Diane writes the Wyrd West Chronicles, and she’s contributed to a few anthologies and magazines. Two of those stories have been recently published in SciFan™ Magazine! These short stories are connected to a series that she’s working on, the Toy Soldier Saga, a fantasy space opera.
The Wyrd West Chronicles are a sci-fantasy Weird Western that blend post-apocalyptic Western with cattlepunk fantasy.
In Queenstown, an untried youth is the only one who can face down a notorious Desperado. But Graeme Walsh is not a Gunslinger: not yet. Will his training and his secret sorcerer’s powers be enough to get the drop on the Outlaw, before the Outlaw gets the drop on him?
Pete Woodhouse doesn’t like to get involved. Too many complications, too dangerous to his person. But when the young half-elven Gunslinger who just saved his town finds himself standing alone against a gang of killers and slavers, the goads of Pete’s conscience might just be too much to ignore. Will he finally find himself putting his skills as an alchemist and inventor — and his prosthetic pneumatic shotgun — to work for the cause of Light?
It’s a dangerous time for the Apprentice Gunslinger Graeme Walsh. Before he is initiated into the Gunslinger Order, he must undergo the ordeal of a Spirit Quest. Will he succeed in meeting the spiritual challenges he must now face? Or will the forces of darkness be able to turn Graeme from his chosen path? And what implications will his visions have for the future of the Wyrd West?
She’s also written the novelette Food on Their Table, which is a dystopian horror and medical thriller.
The Habitat is the last bastion of humanity in a world destroyed by war and climate change. All aspects of life are tightly stratified and controlled, from what people read to what they eat. Every human being is also a resource, assigned to tasks that best suit their capabilities in the eyes of the Hegemony. It has to be this way, to manage desperately limited resources.
Paul Rand’s parents once dreamed of a better world, but he has been alone for a long time now, and he has never known any other life. Now he is about to turn sixteen, and he is due for his Assessment, which will determine the course of his future. He is about to come face-to-face with some of the Habitat’s deepest secrets, and its darkest horrors. They are worse than he can possibly imagine.
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