In order to implement a radical copyright enforcement scheme, Villain requires one of Robot’s core components, and he’ll stop at nothing to get it; even deactivating Robot and murdering Glitterfairy when she gets in his way. Then Noodle’s UN handlers force him to choose between handing over Robot’s body to be dissected by government scientists or tracking down and defeating Villain all by himself.
Sophia’s conservative Christian parents have kept her isolated from the outside world for the last ten years. Is it any wonder she wants to move out the very night she turns 18, then falls in love with Joshua, the first young man she sees? Complicating Sophia’s quest for love are her body, frozen at age 7 when she was turned into a vampire, and her faith in God, making her passions feel like sins.
Before she met Nicholas, Emily believed the vampires had her best interests in mind. Now she stands by his side in the fight for what’s right, while waging her own campaign in the fight for his heart. Emily follows Nicholas from the woods of Vermont to the White House and home again, putting her life and her blood on the line for a cause almost as important to her as the love she feels for him.
The First Untrue Trilogy
The first half of a SciFi/Fantasy series, three novels by Teel McClanahan III
A teenage boy’s daydreams and fantasies are the key that unlocks a world of magic, psychic communication, and threats he’d never imagined. Discovering he’s accidentally impregnated a classmate he’s never touched sets a chain of events in motion leading from kidnapping to attempted rescue, then literally into Hell.
The Second Untrue Trilogy
The second half of a SciFi/Fantasy series, three novels by Teel McClanahan III
The second half of the Untrue Tales From Beyond Fiction – Recollections of an Alternate Past series is a journey of discovery that leads from forgotten memories, through bureaucracy beyond imagining, into a world of unknown enemies, and possibly to the point of discovering the life you know is not what you thought.
Lost and Not Found
A novel by Teel McClanahan III
Lost and Not Found details one man’s journey all the way from being laid off from his mundane corporate job to becoming the author he truly dreams to be by following his attempt to write his first novel within only four weeks. As his story unfolds we get to read what he is writing and can see the relationship between the author and his work unfold until his life literally unfolds around him.
Forget What You Can’t Remember
An experimental novel by Teel McClanahan III
Featuring a zombie outbreak and a strange sort of doomsday, but really focusing on how coming through those experiences into utopia and freedom effects different people, Forget What You Can’t Remember is an exploration of the human mind under pressure. It’s about relationships, memory, opportunity, and dealing with their loss – and other kinds of loss. A spin-off of Lost and Not Found.
A Zombie novel by Teel McClanahan III
When the walking dead fill the streets, who can cheat death? Who can survive? Featuring a zombie outbreak that devastates Denver, an indecisive adulterer, and a series of violent, disturbing, and perhaps even heart-rending events of the sort you’d expect when the dead rise up to eat the living, Cheating, Death is a roller-coaster ride through a horror show both of death and of the heart.
Lost and Not Found – Director’s Cut
A novel by Teel McClanahan III
True Love. No limits, no obstacles, no miscommunications. Only Love. “Give up, let go, leave everything behind, follow your passions, and remember how to fly, and everything you’ve ever dreamed of can be yours.” —That’s how this story goes. There’s no arch villain, no dark conspiracy, not even a comedy of errors. This story goes straight to the heart of happily ever after and it never strays.
A Contemporary Fantasy novel for Young Adults by Teel McClanahan III
Dragons’ Truth is not just the coming-of-age story of a boy who meets a dragon and the way the dragon’s teachings change his life, but also represents a sort of allegory about some of the problems with the separation of the common man from higher education and the world of academia. It is suitable for young readers as well as adults.