Author has written 14 stories for Bloody Jack Adventures, and Hunger Games.
Har har har m'hearties. Here be tales of evil rulers, pyrates and wicked rogues; of treasure and romance and damsels in distress; and of stout heroes, loyal friends and resourceful heroines.
My published Hunger Games stories so far:
Foxface, Katniss and the Trouble with Boys (Rating M). She's smart. She's sassy. She's dead. Or so the Capitol believes. With help from her mentor Foxface miraculously survives the 74th Hunger Games. Now linked to Katniss Everdeen's memories, Foxface seeks freedom from the Capitol's power. Her journey takes her where a map would warn 'here there be dragons'. A trilogy of novellas which can be read in sequence or as standalone stories. (84 parts)
The Seduction of Katniss (Rating M). An unscheduled stop during the 74th Hunger Games Victory Tour places Katniss Everdeen in danger. Alone and afraid she must face the consequences of being a Hunger Games victor. Her only ally has an agenda of his own which means Katniss may never be the same girl again. (9 parts).
My published Bloody Jack stories so far:
For older (16 and over) readers:
Red and White Roses for Jacky. (Rating: M) A version of the Bloody Jack saga set 350 years earlier, during the Wars of the Roses. Our heroine and her friends get mixed up in the battle for the English throne between the powerful lords of the House of Lancaster (red rose) and the House of York (white rose). (14 parts)
The Amorous Adventures of Amy. (Rating: M) Three linked stories about what the supposedly prim and proper Miss Amy Trevelyne secretly got up to while Jacky Faber was sailing Under the Jolly Roger (40 parts in total).
Remember Mary (Rating: M) Romance, mystery and adventure for a Bloody Jack fan eager to escape her life of poverty and drudgery in 1911 Ireland (12 parts).
Over the Hills and (Very) Far Away. (Rating: M) Jacky's adventures in Portugal and Spain. Viva Jacquelina! A sequel to Mr. Meyer's Mark of the Golden Dragon. (38 parts)
4th Annual Bloodhound Reunion. (Rating: M) Jacky returns to Boston in time for the annual reunion for the girls who escaped the Bloodhound. A sequel to Over the Hills and (Very) Far Away or can be read as a standalone story. (22 parts)
Jacky behind the veil series:
Book 1: From the Belly of the Bloodhound. (Rating: M) An alternative ending in 20 parts to In the Belly of the Bloodhound. Jacky and the girls of the Lawson Peabody school find adventure and romance while in a Moroccan harem. Can be read as standalone story.
Book 2: On the Trail of the Bloodhound. (Rating: M) The adventures and misadventures of Jaimy and Randall to rescue Jacky and the Lawson Peabody girls from a Moroccan harem. A companion story to From the Belly of the Bloodhound or can be read as a standalone story (17 parts).
Book 3: Legacy of the Bloodhound. (Rating M) Jacky is once more finding adventure on the high seas. But will the call of Hassan's harem pull her back to Morocco? A sequel to From the Belly of the Bloodhound and On the Trail of the Bloodhound, or can be read as a standalone story (15 parts)
Suitable for 13 and over readers:
Amy and Ezra in Love. (Rating T) A short story in 6 parts. A few years after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Pickering invite a mutual friend to visit them. But who is this friend? And why is her visit so fraught with danger?
Bl*dy Jack series:
Bl'dy Jack. (Rating: T) A modern-day version of Mr. Meyer's original Bloody Jack story in 11 parts.
The Curse of the Blue Tattxx (Rating: T) A sequel to Bl'dy Jack. A modern-day version of Mr. Meyer's original story (19 parts). Can be read as a stand-alone story.
Under the Joxxy Roger (Rating: T) A sequel to The Curse of the Blue Tattxx. A modern-day version of Mr. Meyer's original story (22 parts). Can be read as a stand-alone story.
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