Where to find me
You'll find my blog over at my main website, Anna Butler Fiction. Every time I post there, I'll provide a link here. So you can read my posts with a single click from your flist or go to the website and chose to follow it, in which case you'll get an email whenever I post. It's entirely up to you which you prefer.
Where to find my books
The Gilded Scarab
The first of the Lancaster's Luck series. An alternate Britain where the Britannic Imperium is an oligarchy ruled by the eight Convocation Houses and the Minor Houses, their satellite allies. A Britain where political manoeuvring involves plot, conspiracies and machination—all to get around the Queen (God bless her) having banned advancement by assassination. A Britain where the skies are filled with aeroships powered by steam and luminiferous aether, and where House Guards carry phlogiston-powered harquebuses and pistols. Aegyptologist Daniel Meredith looks for love; Aegyptologist Ned Winters, First Heir House Gallowglass, is recently widowed and left with two sons; and ex-aeronaut Captain Rafe Lancaster, late of Her Britannic Majesty’s Imperium AeroCorps, buys a coffee house. The rest, as they say, is the steampunk coffee house mystery-m/m romance.
Taking Shield 1: GyrfalconIn Gyrfalcon, Shield Captain Bennet has planned a dangerous infiltration mission behind enemy lines to garner priceless intelligence. His task is complicated by the changing relationships with his long-term partner, with his father—and with Fleet Lieutenant Flynn, the new lover who will turn his world upside-down. He expects to risk his life; that’s acceptable, to give Albion a military advantage. He expects that what he brings back from the mission will alter the course of the war against his people’s faceless enemy, although he’s realistic enough to know it may not necessarily be the outcome he hopes for. What he doesn’t expect is that it will change his life and that Flynn will be impossible to forget.
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Cal Paxton and Jeeze Madrid are the top scouting team on the Pathfinder-class starship, the Carson, on the very outer edge of Earth's expansion across the galaxy. They're wingmen, best friends and lovers. When Jeeze is shot down over a planet inhabited by a race Earth has never before encountered, what will Cal find when the Carson can finally mount a rescue mission?
A novella of about 20,500 words, FlashWired costs $1.99 (or equivalent) and is available as an ebook at: