A trio of stories and a handful of poems full of magic and life and love.
"Alice Assassin" finds Alice being invited to one last tea party. Except this time she's packing... More > heat.
"Ballroom" celebrates the lenths a great magician will go to bring back the greatest spirits of dancing.
"Fortunes Told While You Wait" breaks a curse and finds romance while waiting at the local coffee shop.
All these stories and poems will lead you on a light romp through the imagination of Angela N. Hunt.< Less
Three short stories for Winter 2010:
Righteous Wave, where the Witch of Venice Beach defies the God of the Sea.
Million Dollar Minute and the lengths some fathers will go for their... More > children.
Coffee Girl or why it's never a good idea to get between someone and their favorite cup of joe.
Three amusing reads for a minute or three. Enjoy!< Less
Sabine Parsons put herself out into the Cold thirteen years ago.
She's lived a quiet life and done her best to forget her past. But one ill-fated trip to Europe with her best friend puts paid to all... More > of that.
The two friends find themselves dropped into the middle of a clandestine war between the intelligence agencies of the world and an organization that would destroy all civilization through the raising of the elder gods of destruction.
From that moment on, Sabine loses her self-imposed exile, but gains knowledge and powers that she never wanted. All while the Lodge of the Midnight Sun and Edward Quintaine (who is not as dead as he pretended) and his organization wage their secret war, seeking to find weaknesses in the others armor.
What the Lodge doesn’t know is that they’ve pissed off the one person who might have a chance of stopping them, once and for all, if she’s willing to sacrifice the one thing she has left that is her very own.
Her life.< Less
In a cottage in Maryland, an assassin is coming home. In a yard outside a large white house, a little girl is following a white rabbit down a hole and into a land of wonder and mirrors. And in the... More > halls of the intelligence community, plans for a coup are being laid.
Unrelated incidents? Or events chained to each other in ways that no one can foresee?
Alice Vexin, Marine Recon sniper and spy, just thought she was coming home for good, her duty to her country coming to an end. Instead it’s time for one last trip down the rabbit hole to save a little girl and the future of a world that no one believes is Real, before events there, start something truly awful here...< Less
I am the Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter.
In the so-called Real World, my father, Hugh Marvin Hyatt, was a high energy physicist, specializing in Electrostatic and Electro-overstress Events, up... More > to and including Electromagnetic Pulse Events.
He played with lightning. For fun. And on top of all of that, he was just my Dad.
December 7th, 2002, around 10 in the evening, my father died.
For years, I resisted writing about him, tired of constantly living in his shadow. Until the day my eldest daughter turned five and she asked me about rainbows and I began to give her the exact same lecture about the property of light that my father gave me.
Yes, this is about my father. But it's also about finding your way when the pole star that always drew you home is no more.
This is my story.< Less
Sabine Parsons is out for blood. Unable to put herself back out into the Cold and escape the intelligence fraternity, she has lost too much, too fast, and all because of the Lodge of the Midnight... More > Sun. Pressing forward with their demented plans for world destruction, what the Lodge doesn’t know is that they’ve pissed off the one person who might have a chance of stopping them, once and for all, if she’s willing to sacrifice the one thing she has left that is her very own. Her life. With Dream and waking prophecies fulfilling faster than anyone can deal with them, Sabine has to bend all of her skills and preternatural abilities to solve the riddle of the Grail tablets and her father’s final equations. Equations that are the key to both saving the World, and ending it. With her best friend, Ari Doran, at her side, she is now at the forefront of the clandestine war between the intelligence agencies of the world and the Lodge of the Midnight Sun. And in the end, Sabine’s ultimate sacrifice may not prevail.< Less
Sabine Parsons put herself out into the Cold thirteen years ago when her controller, Edward
Quintaine, died in action. She's lived a quiet life over those years and done her best to forget her past.... More > So it didn't seem like such a bad idea
at the time to go on vacation to Europe with her best friend in the entire world, Ari Doran. Who just happens to be an agent for Israel’s Mossad.
The minute she gets on the plane, her ability to Dream the future returns in terrible force as full blown Night-mares foretelling the end of the World. The two friends find themselves dropped into the middle of a clandestine war between the intelligence agencies of the world and an organization that would destroy all civilization through the raising of the elder gods of destruction.< Less
Sabine Parsons, is no longer an ex-codebreaker. The intelligence fraternity has taken her back and she is once again code-named Oracle and in possession now of a power that makes her an Oracle in... More > truth. Her quiet life is well and truly over. Trying to escape the tightening grip of old/new affiliations, she heads to her father's house, intent on keeping her cover but also planning on making her escape back into the Cold. Except Michael Parsons is a mathematician with ties to the Department of Defense and secrets of his own. Sabine finds herself dropped into an even greater mystery that involves her father and her own past as a ward of Special Projects. All while the Lodge of the Midnight Sun and Edward Quintaine's organization wage their secret war, seeking to find weaknesses in the others armor. And in the end, everyone's secrets will be revealed.< Less