“Society believes I’m disposable. To them I Darcy Mary Elizabeth Munroe am the monster that they’ve seen on TV shows, books, and films brought to life.”
Sixteen-year-old Darcy Munroe enjoys books, music, fashion, and other aspects of pop culture. Unlike most teens, she doesn’t have the privilege of living a normal life due to being born an eidolon. Darcy lives in a world that not only hates and fears her, but is edging towards an apocalypse.
When her human bully dies in a school-related incident, Darcy’s charged with their death. With her fate lying in the hands of a human jury, things become more complicated when her human step-dad Eric volunteers to represent her. They don’t trust each other and often butt heads over the human/eidolon conflict. Can Darcy and Eric settle their differences in time?
Genre: YA, Paranormal, Dystopian, Sci-Fi, Horror, Court Darma, Multicultural, Gothic Fiction
An incident during a group dive resigns oceanographer Dr. Viola E. Foy’s to her desk for eight years. That changes when she receives an urgent call from college friend, Dr. Devin Strucker. Now VP of the Future Underwater Colonization Agency (FUCA), they need Foy’s expertise for an exciting sea expedition.
But the trip isn’t what it appears to be.
Dr. Foy finds herself betrayed and forced to dive into Andros Island’s mysterious Black Hole. There, an accident transforms her, altering her destiny and making her a target for FUCA and the US Navy.
More trouble arrives in the form of FUCA’s mysterious CEO Wendell Normand Galloway. Re-emerging after years of seclusion, his plans threaten to doom the world to a watery grave.
Can Dr. Foy harness her new abilities, avoid capture and save the world in time?
Genre: Fantasy & Magic, Mermaids, Sea Adventure
Read the first six chapters here.
The first horror story collection from T.C. Harrison, features 31 flash fiction and short story pieces featuring various creatures of the night inspired by traditional horror tales, myths and creatures, music lyrics, and the author’s own imagination.
My short story “Uirusu” was published in this anthology. Read it here.
This is the fourth volume of T.C. Harrison’s NaPoWriMo series. Once again, each of the 30 poems were written each day during the month of April and are reactionary pieces inspired by the author’s feelings, reflections, life experiences and the daily events that took place throughout the month. Like the previous year, each poem is meant to inspire the reader as well as reflect upon the world at large.
This is the third volume of T.C. Harrison’s NaPoWriMo series. Once again, each of the 30 poems were written each day during the month of April and are reactionary pieces inspired by the author’s feelings, reflections, life experiences and the daily events that took place throughout the month. Like the previous year, each poem is meant to inspire the reader as well as reflect upon the world at large.
This is the second volume of T.C. Harrison’s NaPoWriMo series. Once again, each of the 30 poems were written each day during the month of April and are reactionary pieces inspired by the author’s feelings, reflections, life experiences and the daily events that took place throughout the month. Like the previous year, each poem is meant to inspire the reader as well as reflect upon the world at large.
This third and final installment in The Unconsciousness of an Ethiopian Princess by T.C. Harrison is a book filled with poetic musings from the author inspired by their thoughts, feelings, reflections, and life experiences. The theme of individuality and celebrating who you are runs throughout the volume. The book is divided into seven parts, featuring poems touching upon multiple topics such as individuality, beauty, racism & injustice, feminism, being a nerd, etc. that will resonate with readers.
Originally titled Attack On Love, “To love and know thyself is to grow and change…” is the premise of volume two To Love and Know Thyself in T.C. Harrison’s The Unconsciousness of an Ethiopian Princess series. In this book, T.C. shares poems inspired from their experiences dealing with love and relationships.
A new entry in her poetry collections, Poesy Rainbow is the result of Miss Harrison’s participation during the month of April in NaPoWriMo 2014. Featured in this collection are thirty poems which were inspired by the author’s thoughts, feelings, reflections, and life experiences. Each poem is meant to inspire the reader as well as reflect upon the world at large.
The Unconsciousness of an Ethiopian Princess College Days of Future Past is a wonderful collection of poetry from first-time author T.C.Harrison. Inspired by experiences during their undergraduate career, T.C. takes the reader through the different stages of college life in a funny, light-hearted but relating manner. From leaving high school behind and observing the many sights and sounds of “The Campus”, to enduring a “Study Session”, and receiving an important lesson from Mr. Edgar Allen Poe, to attending “Psychology Class”, suffering from “School Fatigue”, and enjoying “Spring Break”. You will not only enjoy this collection but be inspired to stay “On Course” towards the many destinations in your life.
COMICS/GRAPHIC NOVELS/ ANTHOLOGIES
This special ‘flip book’ edition of The Gathering features 2 themes in one book. One one side, tales of Time Travel. On the other, tales of Faith.
My four-page story “The Musical Mechanism” was published in this anthology. The book’s sold out.
Some of the best female indie creators in comics come together (joined by Gail Simone) for a second installment of our All Women Gathering anthology. Featuring the talents of Erica Heflin, Elena Andrews, Michelle Pugliese, Dakster Sullivan, Rebecca Angel, Alysha McKinney, Jenny Langin, Jenny Gorman, Tali Adina, Claire Connelly, Diana Martinez, Romina Santana, Anita Tung, Amanda Rachels, Kell Smith, Ann Jurack, Audrey Chan, Jolene Houser, Taty Silva, and Gail Simone.
My three-page story “Willehmina Kings of Thieves: Never a Dull Moment,” was published in this anthology.
A thief steals an advanced computer program that has become self-aware and must try to stay one step ahead of the police and her deadly competitors.
The book’s available at the Grayhaven Comics Store.
My three-page story “The Forgotten Ones” was published in this anthology.
As a result of the police bringing their search to a halt and having received very little coverage in the media, the family of a young woman who’s been missing for more than a month only hope of finding their relative alive lies in Tzedek an anti-heroine who’s dedicated to riding the Orlando area of human traffickers. While taking down a trafficking ring she manages to find the young woman along with many other missing persons whose names have long been forgotten in the eyes and ears of the public.
The comic’s no longer available on Grayhaven Comics site.
Womanthology is a large-scale anthology showcasing the works of women in comics. It is created entirely by over 140 women of all experience levels, from young girls who love to create comics all the way up to top industry professionals. All of the short stories will center around the theme for this volume — Heroic. There will also be features, such as Professional How-To’s, a Kids/Teens section showcasing their works and giving tips, as well as a section dedicated to some Iconic female comic creators of the past, such as Nell Brinkley, and much more.
Profits of this book will go towards the Charities of GlobalGiving.org.
My four-page story, ‘Defect: Light to Combat the Darkness,” was published in the anthology and a page of the script was published in the sketchbook.
You can purchase it on Amazon.
My one-page story honoring my late grandmother, ‘June’ was published in this Valentine’s Day special. You can download the special here.
My one-page story “Don’t Let the Light Go Out,” was published in this Holiday PDF which was specifically made for backers of the Womanthology: Heroic anthology Kickstarter.
JOURNALS/ ARTICLES/ ESSAYS
My article “New Possibilities and Partnerships: How Superman Partnered Academics and Comics at Seminole State College Library,” was published in the Fall 2013 issue of the Florida Libraries Journal, Florida Libraries Association. Read it here.
You can find some of my old articles on my Medium.com profile.
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