ÉIRUNA is a high-concept science fiction novel about a restaurant chef on a cruise ship in space who struggles to keep his marriage together, while an outbreak of telepathy causes almost everyone around him to descend into conspiracy theories and fear.
It’s a story of identity, otherness, human nature, finding one’s tribe, and healing hidden pain.
The Book of Urania
On a cold night in the year 1514, Urania, the Greek goddess of astronomy, inspires Nicolaus Copernicus to re-imagine the cosmos with the sun at the centre — a crime for which Zeus banishes her from Olympus. Then Julian Augustus, former emperor of Rome and an agent of Zeus, offers her a bargain: Find one mortal who can grasp the immensity of the universe without going mad, or else live in exile forever.
Flight of the Siren
A scientist discovers an alien artifact with a faster-than-light engine. She launches a search for its creators: a search which reveals a disturbing truth about her own world.
“Flight of the Siren is a masterpiece. It isn’t about outer space or aliens, it’s about us, and we are the weirdest subject imaginable. It is probably the most detailed study you will ever read of the near-infinite number of ways nations, organizations and individuals will compete for purely imaginary advantages over one another. An amusing satire well worth reading. Recommended.” –– Review in Amazing Stories.
Fellwater: The Hidden Houses
A four-part modern fantasy drama series that follows the descendants of ancient Celtic gods and heroes, living in the modern world.
“Myers’ characters inhabit a world rich with political intrigue; the machinations of aristocratic families descended from ancient gods. Fellwater is taut, poignant, and imaginative.” – Jordan Stratford, author of “Mechanicals” and “Wollstonecraft”
“Masterfully weaving together a rich world of mythos, Myers follows in the footsteps of the great fantasy storytellers of our time—Martin and Tolkien—but he does it on his own terms, bringing new twists and turns… it will nourish your imagination and soul for years to come.” —L. M. Browning, author of “The Nameless Man” and “The Castoff Children”.
A Trick Of The Light
Eleven-year-old troublemaker Jillian Brighton receives an unexpected gift: a magical telescope that can see into alternate realities. As she learns to use it, she discovers a civilization on the moon. But her best friend doesn’t believe her, and her suspicious parents want the telescope sent back where it came from. Then the shady private detective Nicholas Brogger tells her the telescope was stolen, and that he is coming to take it away. Determined to keep it, Jillian must outwit him at his own game.
Previously released under the title “Jillian Brighton and the Wonderful Cosmographic Telescope”, A Trick Of The Light is a novella-length modern-day fairy tale about knowledge, childhood, and discovery.
The three Nefzawi brothers, Ibrahim and Ghazwan and Fred, are on a mission to the far reaches of northern Canada in the winter. They seek the hidden monastery of “The Old Man”, a sage who they believe has the answers to all the big questions in life. On the way they meet Eden Thornhill, a scout from the previous expedition fifty years earlier, but who claims to have been stranded only a few days. With supplies running low, and the shadows of Wendigo stalking them, the brothers doubt their mission, and then they doubt each other.
A spinoff novella from the Fellwater series, The Seekers is a modern-day fairy tale about brotherhood, courage, and obsession.