WorldGate

Eleven years ago, in the small town of Summit Creek, New South Wales, a Gate between worlds appeared. In the seven seconds it was open, sixty-three known non-humans were dragged through and stranded when the Gate snapped shut. These Others included giants, shapeshifters, witches, dryads and merrow.

To help them assimilate into human society until they could go home – if a way could ever be found to reopen the Gate and send them home – the Australian Government set up the Department of Non-Human Affairs and declared Summit Creek a restricted zone.

Most of the humans and Others in the Creek do their best to get along with each other.

Some don’t even try.

Shifting Blame

Most of Summit Creek’s residents get on well with the Others who fell through the WorldGate eleven years ago.

Constable Ben Sanders and Kear Lakeside, a witch, deal with the incidents that happen when they don’t.

Like Gibson’s dead sheep, which he insists were killed by a certain bear shifter.

That bear shifter has a different opinion. And she has her own problem for Ben and Kear to solve…

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Genre/s: urban fantasy, mystery
Audience: general, young adult
Length: novella
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Small Victories

Most of Summit Creek’s residents get on well with the Others who fell through the WorldGate eleven years ago.

Some don’t.

Taji is a bear shifter. All he wants is to get his provisional licence so he can finally drive on his own.

He failed his first test because of someone else’s stupidity – and because his instructor is afraid of him and his kind.

This time he’s determined that nothing’s going to go wrong.

He should have known better.

Formats: ebook $2.99
Genre/s: science fiction, mystery
Audience: general, young adult
Length: novella
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