Geonn Cannon was born in a barn and raised to know better than that. He was born and raised in Oklahoma where he’s been enslaved by a series of cats, dogs, two birds and one unexpected turtle. He’s spent his entire life creating stories but only became serious about it when he realized it was a talent that could impress girls. Learning to write well was easier than learning to juggle, so a career was underway. His high school years were spent writing stories among a small group of friends and reading whatever books he could get his hands on.
Geonn was inspired to create the fictional Squire’s Isle after a 2004 trip to San Juan Island in Washington State. His first novel set on the island, On the Air, was written almost as a side project to another story he wanted to tell. Reception to the story was so strong that the original story was put on the back burner to deal with the world created in On the Air. His second novel set in the same universe, Gemini, was also very well received and went on to win the Golden Crown Literary Society Award for Best Novel, Dramatic/General Fiction. Geonn was the first male author to receive the honor.
While some of his novels haven’t focused as heavily on Squire’s Isle, the vast majority of Geonn’s works take place in the same universe and have connections back to the island and its cast of characters (the exception being the Riley Parra series). In addition to writing more novels based on the inhabitants of Squire’s Isle, Geonn hopes to one day move to the real-life equivalent to inspire further stories.
Geonn is currently working on a tie-in novel to the television series Stargate SG-1, and a script for a webseries version of Riley Parra.
1916. Marcy Neal is a shortstop with a barnstorming baseball team called the Lady Yankees when the US joins the Great War. Every able-bodied man is expected to serve, athletes included. A canceled season would be a financial disaster for team owners and morally devastating for the American public, so a plan is devised. The season will go on as planned... with women players.
Kim's a stuntwoman for the biggest Hollywood stars. It's her job to get the cuts and bruises so they look good for the kissing scenes. In addition to planning all the stunts for the show, Kim will be doubling the co-lead Marisa Larkin.
Gracie Simon is a reporter with a secret. Forced to lie about her gender to get hired, she lives in fear of what will happen when the truth comes out. Evelyn Wade is a rising star with a secret of her own. With three hit films on her resume already, she's ready to risk it all to reveal the truth in the hopes it will help other actresses.
The partnership between DOROTHY BOONE and MISS TRAFALGAR had come to an ignominious end. A protective curse on an ancient queen’s gravesite felled not only Trafalgar but infected all of London with a fatal virus, forcing Dorothy to take extreme measures to prevent a catastrophe. Her actions stopped the illness, but the people of London were imbued with new and dangerous magical abilities.
Almost ten years ago, Ariadne Willow helped create a stalemate between Hunters and canidae. That peace comes to an end with the abduction of Gwyneth Willow, her partner, Milo Duncan, and the doctor who kept Ari safe while she was in prison. When Milo manages to escape, Ari promises to pull out all the stops to rescue the others.
Trafalgar and Lady Dorothy Boone, still shattered by the consequences of their last mission, have decided to heed a warning from the future and put an end to the widespread use of magic. While Dorothy sits vigil for someone she loves, Trafalgar accepts the invitation from a fellow Society member to investigate an ancient queen's burial site.
Seattle's only werewolf private investigator has just learned the true identity of Saint Artemis, a hugely-famous rock star who only performs in masks. No one knows her real name or what she looks like, but she's just revealed herself to Ari. She's been receiving threatening emails.
One night, a chance encounter in an alley, a damsel in distress. Max leaps into action and saves the stranger. She soon learns that the woman she saved is actress Renee Lamar. Renee, anxious and paranoid about security, offers to reward Max's chivalry with a job as her bodyguard.
Two constables arrive on the front steps of Dorothy Boone's townhouse. A woman was seen dumping a dead body outside a hospital near Threadneedle Street, and Dorothy matches the description given by witnesses. Dorothy manages to avoid arrest and takes it upon herself to investigate the crime, enlisting other members of the Mnemosyne Society to help.
Ari is reluctant when she's summoned to Seattle's Millionaire's Row by Vivian Burroughs, given their history with rich clients, but the money is too good to refuse. Vivian reveals that she's dying, and fears one of her four children might attempt to steal a valuable tapestry hanging in her house. She plans to lock the room where it hangs and leave the key with Ari until the will is read.
To Cassiane Jurick, there is nothing in the world as important as The Mission. As a covert agent for Greek intelligence, she disappears into whatever role she's given. Her latest mission ends in failure and nearly costs Cassiane her life, but she is rescued and nursed back to health by her handler, Timothea Riddock.
Everything from actual plays to space operas to period pieces to contemporary romance. These talented storytellers captured womanhood, and women on stage and screen, in all their beautiful, wonderful glory. There are erotic and sensual tales, gender non-conformity, trans women, lesbians and bisexuals, politics, falling in love, parenting, youthful crushes, opera, toe-tapping musical numbers.
Ariadne Willow has been framed for murder. Upon her arrival at the police station, she's given a choice: accept GG&M's offer in exchange for her freedom, or risk going up against GG&M in court. Ari refuses and is sent to prison to await trial. Dale teams up with Ari's mom and, along with Milo Duncan's British pack, begins looking for ways to prove Ari's innocence.
Fifteen lesbian and bisexual short stories about women who love women, including Geonnn Cannon’s expanded Underdogs and Radiation Canary tales, and a prequel scene to Breaking Anchor. Historical settings, college days, and fairy tales included in an elaborate collection. Fans will revisit old friends and make new ones. Be wary of magic, be open to love.
There have always been Cabot girls on Coventry Island.
The sisters have a close connection, still living together in the same house where they grew up. But once their impenetrable bond was nearly shattered by a woman named Jessica Vaughn. She very nearly succeeded but, in the end, the sisters were able to overcome her manipulations and exiled her from the island once and for all. Or so they though
When Trafalgar receives an Egyptian statue, a gift from her former assistant, she asks Dorothy to determine its authenticity. What Dorothy uncovers throws both of them, along with the rest of the Mnemosyne Society, into chaos. With lives at risk and the future at stake, Trafalgar leads a group of reluctant allies from London to Egypt to stop an unspeakable power from falling into the wrong hands.
Seattle is finally getting a hockey team! The owner, a client of the firm, asks her to do a background check on the players who will make up the roster to ensure there are no nasty scandals waiting to be uncovered. Any hope of an easy case is destroyed when Ari and Dale are the victims of a sudden, unprovoked attack.
This new lesbian romance takes place in Cannon’s beloved Seattle, where tragedy befalls reporter Sofia Kennedy. Four years later she encounters caterer Marion Vogt and they clash. Will chafed nerves open up the heart as well?
When a friend and colleague is committed to an asylum following a disastrous mission in the Mediterranean, Dorothy takes it upon herself to uncover the truth. What she finds is that her friend was close to the discovery of a lifetime: the remnants of a prehistoric civilization who might have been wiped out by the Biblical Flood.
Humanity and its allies have survived a devastating war against a common, mysterious enemy. Now, on a space station called The Quay surrounded by the wreckage of destroyed ships, the disparate races have come together in a way many thought impossible.
The Loupin pack is a group of canidae operating as a cell in the French resistance, sabotaging German supply lines and taking out as many German soldiers as they can. After a series of successes, they're dealt a staggering blow in a surprise attack that leaves their leader, Philip, dead. Philip's lover, Simon, becomes the pack's new leader, but the fight has gone out of him.
When one of Codie's flights ends with an emergency landing, she realizes that the band isn't exploring their options: they're wasting time. They found a place they belonged and a life they loved, and they put it on hold just in case there were greener pastures somewhere out there. She decides the time has come to get the band back together and sets out to bring her sisters back to the nest.
When Elizabeth wakes ten months later, she resigns her position and withdraws to a rustic cabin in the woods. It's there that her mentor Theodore Hudson finds her a year later with a proposition. He's started a private security firm and an old friend asked him for the best bodyguard he could think of.
Kelly soon finds herself at the center of a media firestorm when she inadvertently becomes the poster girl for the incident. The trauma of the fire is compounded by her personal house of cards collapsing. Her relationship begins showing its cracks at the same time long-buried family secrets rear their ugly heads. Kelly starts thinking the only place she'll be safe is running into the furnace.
The Downpour Anthology from Supposed Crimes started as a "butch women and thunderstorms" challenge. A throwback to classic lesbian erotica. The resulting stories are a mix of sexy, sweet, and downright dangerous. Women of all types tackle the storms of nature, magic, or mystery.
The first time humanity faced the scourge of Harvestmen, they were forced to take heinous methods to stop their spread across civilized space. Now the Harvestmen are back, and the crew of one vessel has to decide what they're willing to sacrifice in order to extermine the menace once and for all.
After stopping the onset of wolf manoth, Ari decides it’s well past time that she and Dale take a vacation. Two weeks of rest and relaxation at the cabin where their relationship went from business to romance sounds like exactly what the doctor ordered.
In nineteenth century New York, safes aren’t living up to their name. A thief so wily, so impossible to capture the police call her “the Smoke,” has been targeting the wealthy. In reality, the Smoke is a woman named Kezia Cyr, a woman born in prison, stolen from her mother, and raised by runaways and pickpockets.
Seattle is under siege.
An ancient ceremony known as “wolf manoth,” in which human hunters kill as many canidae as possible, has been revived. The hunters have arrived in force, focusing on the Pacific Northwest due to its high wolf population. Ariadne Willow, alerted to the danger by her mother, goes undercover with a group of hunters in an effort to minimize the damage.
In the sequel to Chasing Dragons, Claire Lance’s road is coming to an end…Lance and Jodie take to the road together, wandering through the southwest with no particular destination in mind. In the middle of the Nevada desert, they stumble across something neither of them can ignore and walk into the middle of a local sheriff’s private kingdom.
After her ninety-second kill, Joss is assigned an apprentice, a young woman who has been also been recruited as an assassin. She names the girl Echo rather than bothering to learn her true name and sets out to teach her the ropes of their chosen profession. Over the next few weeks Echo accompanies Joss on her jobs to get a first-hand look at the murder business.
Claire Lance is finally ready to settle down. She’s fallen in love again against all odds, the FBI considers her case inactive, and she’s found a place where she thinks she can finally be safe. But Lance’s peace is short-lived as a group of hunters threaten someone close to her and she’s forced to take a stand or see a friend lose the woman she loves.
Jenna’s mother hires Ari so she’ll know that finding her daughter is the top priority for at least one person. Ari agrees to take the case, putting her at odds with a Detective Lorne, whom she first encountered during the Gavin debacle. Lorne has grown suspicious of what happened that night and uses the opportunity of working together to try and figure out what secrets Ari is hiding.
Cheryl Paxton grew up knowing the wonders of a good book, how to get lost in a brand-new world and stepping into the life of a stranger. But though she can live a thousand different lives in the pages of her books, she’s never known the sound of her own mother’s voice or heard raindrops falling on a roof. Cheryl was born deaf.
Theresa "Reese" Thorne doesn't mean to be a stick in the mud when all her friends are excited about Halloween. But when she's chosen for a definitely R-rated audience-participation performance, she finds herself unexpectedly enthralled.
Karen Everett isn’t looking to join a band the day she loses her notebook of poetry. She plays the cello and is unsure about what she wants in life, but she’s pretty sure it doesn’t involve being a professional musician. But a crush on the band’s beautiful lead singer Lana Kent, along with the desire to have her poetry shared with a larger audience, leads her to throw caution to the wind.
Nadine Butler is a popular disc-jockey at KELF, the classic rock station in Squire’s Isle, Washington. She’s currently in the closet with her girlfriend and she thinks she’s happy that way. And the end of a bad day, Nadine goes to a Town Hall meeting to take sides in a book-banning debate and manages to out herself in front of the town.