LGBTQIA+, Action, Adventure, Prehistory, Archaeology, Romance


Set in the early western European Neolithic, Ember of a New World is an ongoing three-book series following the adventures of Ember of the Great River People (Linear Pottery Culture) and Brig’dha of the Isen’bryn (Mesolithic Atlantic Archipelago) as they journey together through the prehistoric world of early Neolithic Europe, Anatolia, the Levant, and all the way to the Indus valley. Each book is well researched and written to the highest standard of prehistoric fiction.

Each novel has been written with both science and a good story in mind. The novelist created the tools and used them, crafted the clothing and wore it, and spent years studying to provide the most accurate setting with the latest archaeological information. Details from period-authentic clothing to even the accurate alignment of the stars were painstakingly added for realism.

A Neolithic bow and arrow

Ember of the Great River People stands firm with her bow in hand. Cover for Ember of a New World

Ember of a New World

LGBTQIA+, Neolithic, LBK, Linear Pottery Culture, Coming of Age, Female Protagonist
Short Story (~130,000 words/~300 pages) - ~5500 BCE Early Neolithic Western Europe
Ember of the Great River people was a carefree young woman living in a small tribe in prehistoric Germany when a sign from the gods sends her on a quest to the world's ends, where the Sun sets! Armed with only her fishing spear, obsidian dagger, and a keen mind, she faces raiders, relentless hunters, human sacrifice, wolves. She struggles against nature for her very life as she learns what it means to be a warrior and truly live. Well researched and highly descriptive, Ember of a New World is an inspiring coming-of-age story featuring a strong female protagonist and set in the early Neolithic period of prehistoric Europe, 7500 years ago. Clothing, weapons, rituals, and daily life are described in detail as the reader is transported to wild tribal Europe.

Ember of the Great River People stands firm with her bow in hand. Cover for Ember of a New World

Ember of Life

LGBTQIA+, Neolithic, LBK, Linear Pottery Culture, Female Protagonist, Atlantic Archipelago, Mesolithic, Anatolia
Short Story (~240,000 words/~586 pages) - ~5498 BCE Early Neolithic Western Europe & Anatolia
Ember thought she had found a home when an attack upon her new village causes her to leave for the True South, a land where the warm winds always blow. She carries with her a magical necklace of fertility and the hopes of many people. From shark attacks, ritual sacrifice, and assassination, to finding love and the struggle to help an embattled high priestess save her people from a relentless enemy, Ember is in for one exciting adventure in the warm lands of Anatolia! Set in the early Neolithic period of prehistoric Europe, 7500 years ago, Ember of Life follows the continuing story of Ember the Warrior and Brig'dha the Priestess as they head for new lands in Anatolia, approximately modern-day Turkey. Ancient mud-brick cities, exotic rituals, a deadly priestess, a complex plot, beautiful landscapes, and even romance await her!

Ember of the Great River People stands firm with her bow in hand. Cover for Ember of a New World

Ember of Ashes

LGBTQIA+, Neolithic, LBK, Linear Pottery Culture, Female Protagonist, Indus, Anatolia, enby
Short Story (~221,000 words/~546 pages) - ~5496 BCE Early Neolithic Anatolia & Indus Valley
Ember and Brig'dha prepare for a journey to the ancient city of Yarehk (Jericho) to deliver a prized copper knife. Far to the East on the Indus River's shores, a river priestess hides her young daughter and flees persecution from her own people, who blame her for the drought which afflicts them. She is relentlessly pursued by four hunters sent to capture her for sacrifice! Set in the early Neolithic period, 5496 BCE, Ember of Ashes follows the continuing adventures of Ember and her wife Brig'dha as they journey across the known world. They will visit the prehistoric Middle East, cross the Arabian desert, befriend cannibals, see the famous city of Catalhoyuk and even visit the mighty Indus River as they fight to save the life of a young girl from the fate of the gods.