Bubba and the Curse of the Boogity-Boo
It’s two weeks until Bubba’s wife, Willodean, is due to have their baby, the moon may or may not be full, his mother, Miz Demetrice, is up to her old tricks, some movie people are in town making a film about an old and eerie legend of the Boogity-Boo, and Bubba can’t find the right kind of ice cream for his pernickety significant other. Bubba is plain ol’ worried sick about Willodean and the impending birth. It’s so much so that when the film director asks for help with a little mystery, Willodean makes Bubba go to get his mind off his fears. At the secluded and creepy film set on Foggy Mountain, there’s a furtive Bigfoot-like creature meandering about and scaring the crew off, so what’s a good ol’ boy to do? Why, he’s there to kick some tushie all the way to Tuscaloosa and chew bubblegum, and he’s fresh out of bubblegum.
Book Nine of the Bubba Mystery series.
The Bureau of Extraordinaires
Major Silas Deveraux will never be the same after enduring terrible experiments performed by mad scientists during the Civil War. In the aftermath he joins the newly formed Bureau of Extraordinaires in order to protect men such as himself. After traveling to New Orleans to investigate the mysterious deaths of other extraordinaires he encounters a young woman named Agatha. She is also an extraordinaire but a very different type with origins a thousand times more enigmatic than his own. Together they work to uncover a most diabolic plot that has more secrets than tick marks on an aether meter’s clockwork face.
Bubba and the Curious Cadaver
What does a gentlemen’s club, mysterious men in black, a dead body, a broken down car with a lady flagging someone down, a heavily pregnant beauteous sheriff’s deputy, and Miz Demetrice trying to unionize exotic dancers have in common? Why, it’s Bubba Snoddy, and the day things went south, yet again. Quite naturally, or unnaturally, there’s a humdinger of a mystery again, and Bubba is right in the middle of it.
Ruins of Dreams
On one day everything was normal. The next morning billions of people had vanished, and new magical creatures had appeared, altering not only the Earth but everyone who woke up on that one day. Lulu survived the change, only to encounter far worse situations than she’d ever known before. Two years after a sea of dreams transformed everything, Lulu searches for “tech bubbles,” places where technology is still operational, and consequently useful to the survivors. What she discovers is that not all weapons from the past are nonfunctioning, and that the past is never truly dead. She will fight to save the new world and everyone she’s come to love.
Discovering her own powers, Lulu is on a frantic journey to recover items that will shut down a doomsday device. Nothing will ever be as easy as snapping one’s fingers as she encounters new animals, new people on a weird purple world, and who her enemies really are.
Ruins of Dreams is the fourth novel in the Dreams series. The order is Sea of Dreams, Mountains of Dreams, Forests of Dreams, and Ruins of Dreams.