Fiction By Phoenix books in order
Fiction By Phoenix is a co-writing team made of Lee and Gary Jordan.
The two co-author about Magical Realism; something that takes place in a world similar to our own, save for the magical elements which can’t be explained by the conventions of our reality.
With a real zest for the supernatural, they ask, “What if…?”
What if the myth of the Loch Ness Monster is true?
What if there was a secret society of paranormal people?
What if we could finally get an answer to time travel?
Their stories take place in the real world, albeit with a deviation from reality—because reality is quite boring.
Genres: Fantasy / SF, Historical Fiction, Romance
- A whisper from Eden (2012)
- Leon’s Lair (2013)
- Take Me With You, My Love (2018)
- Shakti and the Prince (2019)
- Random Amusements (2018)
Detailed book overview
Far From Home Series
“A Visionary Saga Spanning Time and Space.”
There was once a battle between good and evil on Earth in Ancient Times.
The exotic North American tribe of Mandan found a hero at their hour of need; one who promised to save them should they ever be in horrific trouble again.
It’s now in the early 1800s. Clayton, a writer, has put his own life and reputation on the line just so he can find the mythical Mandan tribe.
His desperation finally pays off when he finds them settled high upon lofty cliffs overlooking the dangerous waters of the Missouri River.
The Mandan are wealthy and powerful, and no force could ever touch them…until evil strikes again!
After all the sacrifices he made, can Clayton reveal to the world what he witnessed?
“The Paranormal Conspiracy”
A stylish cruise ship by the name The Jakarta carries ninety unsuspecting travelers, as it sails the exotic seas in Indonesia.
Best friends Jane and Remy have only just began familiarizing themselves with the rest of the small group of people in their twenties, when their ship is ambushed by pirates.
The pirates, led by Leon, are however not your usual pirates. They are after something else. For them, the fun has only just begun.
This nerve wracking paranormal ride, full of colorful characters from all over the globe, is one of survival, revenge, obsession, terror and evil.
“What happens when a woman falls in love with a fictional character?”
Ally lives the dullest of lives. Residing in Los Angeles, she doesn’t know what it feels like to have a boyfriend, and her daily routine revolves around reading books.
All that however changes one day when her attention is drawn by a book display in the window of her favorite bookstore; with the image of a medieval man on the cover.
Despite her dislike of the genre, she buys the book and begins reading it, only to be transported to 1277, Medieval England.
Able to travel back in time while reading it, she falls head over heels for hero, Keane de Bagendon.
But when the fictional love of her life is in terrible danger, she knows she needs to warn him—or else he will die.
Then again, time travel isn’t possible, is it?
“Enslavement of Earth”
Traditional history is wrong.
Many know of how the Anunnaki arrived from planet Nibiru to colonize Earth 450,000 years ago, but what if Prince Enki found the planet was already occupied by an extensively sophisticated race?
Shakti’s and Prince Enki’s people looked to get along just fine until Prince Enlil, Enki’s brother, came into the picture.
Sumerian clay tablets reveal that aliens once inhabited Earth and ruled as gods. But if the Sumerians told the truth, then where did the aliens go?
Fast forward and the Anunnaki don’t want to be discovered in the present day.
Chaos erupts in the scientific world after Neanderthals, believed to have been extinct 30,000 years ago, are discovered living in the South Western of France.
Could they possibly know too much about Earth, the Anunnaki’s evils and real origins of the human race?
A certain force won’t rest until they are silenced!
Quick Reads Collection Series
"When a person needs a break, a short story serves as the perfect antidote."
Short stories normally range between 1,500 and 30,000 words,
These short stories however, called micro-fiction, are told 300 words or less.
Drink Of Water: Truman no longer wants to work on the railroad. But can he get out?
Our Frozen World: Will they be able to run away and save their lives?
Snowbank: What would you do if you were to be trapped inside your car, with snow covering it?
My Beloved Ghost In the Amazon: A contemporary take on Green Mansions with a terrible new twist and an utterly unexpected ending.
Duke’s Throw: Flash Fiction
Proof that Fairies Exist: Flash Fiction
The Predator: Flash Fiction
The first of the Quick Reads Collection Series, the stories in this book cut across multiple genres such as romance, action, adventure and fantasy.