You've been chosen as a human servant to the highest of gods. Until you fulfill that purpose you will perpetually stand where you don't belong: at the threshold between this world and other worlds," The Time Keeper said.
Honey has never excelled at finishing things. Her life consists of scattered projects left halfway complete. The only thing she has remained committed to is her job as a tea shop barista, where she brews the best tea. But, when she encounters a spirit named Pearl who threatens her into never brewing tea again, Honey is sure that she has lost her mind.
Different Spirits continue to visit her, and reality and hallucinations become harder to tell apart. Honey finds herself at the center of a feud between powerful gods that she didn't even know existed. A long, unpredictable journey is stretched before Honey that leads her to travel to distant lands and survive against odds she never imagined she would have to face in her life time.
Honey is a story of triumph and defeat, but most importantly, it is a story of balance. Bringing together some of the mythology and fables you have heard before, and shedding light on some you haven't, Honey is an experience that shows how life is much grander than we could ever imagine. No matter who you are, Honey is sure to be your cup of tea.
Welcome to Zeta City, where the whole world goes to die. Here, the Node System uploads the minds of the dying so they can spend eternity in a digital Promised Land. But, this cyber heaven is causing hell on earth for the living because the System forces them to earn Points to buy data in the afterlife.
Camille is a salty mercenary out to hoard as many Points as possible by exploiting the dying with illegal technology. She's on the hunt for Toy, a rebel leader who uploaded lethal technology to her own brain in an attempt to wipe out everyone’s Node Points.
Camille goes to increasingly dangerous lengths in pursuit of Toy. She soon finds that the Node is full of warm reunions with loved ones and otherworldly creations. It’s also full of lies.
Tripping the Multiverse (Jade and Antigone: Book One)
As a science journalist, Jade has seen more than her fair share of peculiar oddities-none weirder than her socially inept fellow reporter Antigone. When the test of a teleporter using an electron collider goes awry, the two women find their world changed in subtle ways, with anomalies breaking out in their personal lives. Their increasingly unstable dimension gives Jade the ability to shapeshift while Antigone can see portals into other worlds.
A fellow journalist who attended the experiment is trapped in another dimension and Jade and Antigone hold the key to saving him. Of course, their task is not just a simple rescue mission. Realizing they will continue to drift into increasingly stranger worlds until they straighten out the paradox, the women reluctantly agree to travel through the multiverse in search of a solution.