T.L. Merrybard's Books
The Norse World Tales
Journey to a dimension where Megafauna and Vikings still stomp across the land.
Land of Fire
When a first date goes very wrong for Lily and Perry, they find themselves in a different dimension of Western Australia, one that is nowhere near as gentle as their own.
Perry’s mad Medievalist mate, Brodie, has been dragged into a plot to overthrow a king.
Can the transplanted pair, along with an odd band of helpers, rescue their friend?
Land of Giants
Once more Lily and her friends are snatched away to another dimension.
They find themselves in a different Brazil, where the Megafauna are particularly large and alive and the local gods extra feisty.
This time it is Lily, Bu and Perry who must be rescued.
Can Andy the dreamy mystic, Lem the eccentric musician, and their other friends, get them out in time?
The Fjordrider Chronicles
Carefree and wild, Freya roves across the land with her sword, her very bad-tempered horse, and an everchanging host of interesting characters for company and competition.
Gory and rude, these books are not for the faint of heart, but they are a heck of a lot of fun!
Freya and the Golden Bear
Freya is just getting the hang of her unpleasant new horse when she comes across a warrior who convinces her to join his quest to find the stolen son of a king.
Why not? She wasn’t doing anything much anyway, and the warrior has offered riches, fighting, adventure… and himself.
Freya and the Hairy Goddess
Someone has stolen the goddess of the mythical Hairymen.
When Freya’s old comrade, Bjarni, asks her to help him hunt for the missing deity, she joins the band.
After all, it’s Bjarni, and Freya always did have a soft spot for that particular hunky warrior, and then there’s the treasure, and the fighting…
Stand Alone Fantasy
Chicken Soup for Satan
Like dogs AND fantasy?
Join tough guy, Satan, and his dog, Ghost, as they try to get settled in with new housemates, both normal and paranormal, and decide just who is the scariest.
If any book can be called a cosy horror story, this is it!
One for the kids, or for the kid in all of us who always wanted their own dog.
Living in a far distant future in Western Australia, Bassie has to decide just how far she will go for her best friend.
He’s a normal dog, he happens to be a little bigger (and slobberier) than the average dogs of today!
Oak and Willow are two sisters with the same skill: They can instantly jump anywhere that they can see on a computer screen.
It was fun at first, but now a bad man wants what they can do.
Will their courage, and their odd collection of friends and family, be enough to keep them out of his clutches?
Did you ever get so sick you’d have given up anything to get better?
Anna has made a wish with the bunyip to do just that, and finds herself on another planet.
Now she gets to prove to just what she can do with an amazing new body, and hopefully save herself and a whole alien race in the process.
Death by Dog Trial
If you love dogs or murder mysteries, this is the story for you.
A classic whodunnit, set in the unique world of gundog retrieving trials.
Can Jonesy and her beautiful dog, Darcy, get the guy, catch the murderer, and win the trial?
The Galloping Plans Series
Kat and Tam share a house with Jonesy, but they live for their horses as well as their dogs. They have big ambitions for their riding, but a bit of romance wouldn’t go amiss, and who is up to mischief?
Pony books, yes, but not for kids. These are cheeky!
Kat thinks her beloved ex-racehorse, Lingo, has what it takes to be a top showjumper, but something weird is going on.
Who has almost destroyed Kat’s dreams? Is it her own brother, or that gorgeous new farrier?
Fiery Kat isn’t going to wait to find out. She’s on a mission to solve a mystery, and get round that course!
When Tam’s young Warmblood, Willie, decides he’s a jumper, Tam has to step out of her comfort zone to take up Eventing.
As if that wasn’t enough for a dressage queen to handle, she also has to find enough courage to go into the dark after a missing schoolmaster.
And then there’s that new guy in town…