Thunder Falcon is a Native American fantasy and science fiction author who takes the occasional quill-detour into other genres like suspense, supernatural mystery, gothic and general fiction. Sometimes known by the playful moniker Thunderquill, her writing has often been inspired by her theatrical background. Having appeared in plays by Shakespeare, Rostand and David Mamet, she’s particularly interested in exploring classical language and how it can manifest in the written word culturally, dramatically and even in a more abstract or spiritual sense. Long taken with the vividly imaginative possibilities of science fiction and fantasy, especially in exploring Native American spirituality and culture, she hopes to bring new readers to these compelling genres.
An ethereal alien tethered to a Skyliner bound for the stars, amuses herself by observing the unsuspecting, yet immensely entertaining fleshy people-things that inhabit it, especially one alluring man-thing in particular. But when she reluctantly finds herself in the company of another secretive man-thing looking for escape, she becomes a witness to a terrible crime she may be powerless to stop.
For Clementine, Teddy and Samien their secrets are too overwhelming to manage. Rigged for silent running and targeting for impact, they are racing around the trio amid the seemingly tranquil waves of the culturally conflicted restaurant The Silk Poppy. Accidental acts of domestic terrorism, long held deceptions revealed, unbridled rage leading to detonation...anything can happen over dinner.
The peaceful realm of the Father, has always been a safe and loving place for Daya and the other children of the underworld. But the little god inside her secret love Keenan, is pushing him to make an escape. And now Daya has to stop him from doing the unthinkable...opening the doors to the potential horrors of the world above.