One Man Embassy

One Man Embassy by Mark Bailey has been published. What's it about?

Forced to flee his home planet Jhanya during a violent revolution, Hequa steals a spaceship and makes his way to Earth. Here, on an unfamiliar world with alien customs, he tries to make a life for himself. Aided by technology from Jhanya and hindered by the absence of identity documents, Hequa finds work as a panhandler, a stage magician, and a manufacturer of rare items. Eventually, he opens Jhanya Embassy, where he shares the wonders of his home planet with the people of Earth.

You can buy One Man Embassy for Kindle on Amazon and in print via blurb.


The Ostermann Method

My new book The Ostermann Method is out. Here's a description:

In this sequel to Rainbow Lullaby, a former spy tells the story of his clandestine career. A network of sorcerers attempt to influence the stock market using hypnosis. An act of terrorism provokes unsettling questions. And the murder of a bartender in Chicago threatens to transform a secret war into something entirely unexpected.

The Ostermann Method is currently available for kindle on Amazon and in print via Blurb.


Rainbow Lullaby

Rainbow Lullaby, my latest book, has been published by No Shirt Press!!!

You can buy it as an ebook on Amazon or in print via Blurb.

Description from the back of the book:

A Lagu is an ancient and magical medium-sized mammal. When one of these strange creatures is accidentally seen by a human boy named Luke, everything changes.

Traha is a sentient tree from a planet 23 light years away. When her one-way journey to Earth is completed with the help of a sorcerer named Taavi, everything changes.

The blue man is many things. A safe driver. An inspiration. A lover of root beer floats. When the blue man surprises a woman named Nneka at a shopping mall, everything changes.

These intertwined tales unfold in circumstances where magical creatures, telepathy, a revolutionary new currency, and a mysteriously powerful dance come together in unlikely ways. Through it all, the everyday world is transformed into someplace unfamiliar, and the reader is left questioning everything but the value of friendship.