A freelance editor and occasional writer, Jodi Lee has spent her entire life on the Canadian Prairies, which she credits for her over-active imagination. There could very well be a mosquito with a zombie virus just around the next corner!
Her fiction has appeared in Night to Dawn, Nocturnal Ooze and Necrotic Tissue, as well as numerous anthologies from several publishers. Her non-fiction has found many and varying outlets over the past decade.
After turning over the keys of Belfire Press to Bailey Hunter at Dark Recesses Press in 2017, Jodi has returned to writing non-fiction and is currently working on updating the Creating New Pagan Family Traditions series.
Justine and her friends Nigel and Gary are still wandering the Galleys Between, searching for a way to stop the evil Maya from destroying worlds and time. Nigel comes to a realization as Gary and Justine grow closer, reforming bonds as they work their way through each door... but is he enough for her?
Justine and Nigel have made their way through the first galley, and have found the room where she nearly lost her life so many years ago. Not much has changed, including the man she thought was dead. Old feelings war with new, and Justine has to face a love she'd long forgotten.
Justine has worked hard to forget the Galleys Between and her time there.
Recovery was hard. It took a lot out of her, and it took a long time to put the pieces back together.
Soon, they become tangled in trying to stop a collapse of the veil between our world and the world of the Sionnach – a collapse that would bring the two worlds crashing together, and very possibly destroy everyone in both.
Also known as Midsummer, Summer Solstice and Alban Hefin, Litha generally falls in the third week of June, usually between the 17 and 23 of the month. It is the time of the longest day of the year – after this, each day becomes progressively shorter until Yule – the longest night of the year.
In many cultures, Beltaine celebrates the beginning of the growing season with the plowing and planting of fields. Fertile ground accepting the seed of new life; the coming together and mating of Mother Earth and Father Sun, resulting in the conception of the young god, the cycle having come full course.
Take a walk through New Bedlam's streets, sail through time and space with an alien-raised human, get locked in a zombie-proof safe house, discover new faery tales, new futures that will change the past.
A bit of advice though. Watch what you eat. Don't drink the water. And definitely make sure you watch where you step.