JESSICA E. THOMAS

Pretty Odd Fiction

Science Fiction

Raised on a steady diet of Star Trek and The Twilight Zone, I can’t help but dream in science fiction.

Women's Fiction

Even when romance isn’t central to my stories, love always seems to find a way.

Children's Fiction

My children have rich imaginations, which takes some of the weight off of me.

Poetry

I wrote my first poetry book when I was eight years old and gave it to my second grade teacher, Mrs. Weed.

Science Fiction
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This Quiet Tyranny

In a dystopian near-future, Laine Sutton struggles to survive on her monthly Portion. When a stranger offers to help, her life begins to change. But can she trust him?

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Moon Dust Castles

Imbued with a fresh lack of profundity and doused in satire, these short stories will gently offend end-times prophesiers, fantasy groupies, and anyone who thinks humans actually have a clue.

Women's Fiction
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Running Backward

Dulcie Brannam’s marriage is challenged when her ex-boyfriend arrives at her house for a weeklong stay.

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Sweet Hearts

When LJ Masters runs into her ex-boyfriend at a company Valentine’s Day function, her love life spins out of control.

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Ignited Hearts

During a Fourth of July lake cottage getaway with her boyfriend, Liberty Dawn Hawkins finds unexpected love.

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Kindled Hearts

Newly divorced, Claire Farmer isn’t looking for a Christmas romance, but a chance encounter in an icy parking lot might change her plans.

Children's Fiction
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Ike and the Giant Burrito

When Ike’s bedroom goes dark, the giants come out. Giants of the culinary kind!

Poetry
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De(re)construction

A young woman unconventionally documents her journey to faith via free verse poetry.