The author of numerous short stories and novels, Jill Zeller lives near Seattle, Washington, with her patient and adoring husband and one self-centered tuxedo cat.
Her works explore the boundaries of reality. Some may call it fantasy, but there are rarely swords and never elves. More to the point, she prefers to write as if myth, imagination and hallucination were as real as the chair she is sitting on as she writes this. Maybe it is because she was raised as a Christian Scientist.
Jill Zeller also writes under the pseudonym Hunter Morrison.
by Hunter Morrison
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-413-0
Using a peculiar camera she found, Maxine Nutbeam photographs her cousin’s life-sized horse sculpture and it comes to life. Coming from a long line of Nutbeams possessing erratic, careless magical abilities, Maxine encounters the camera’s owner Dante, whose supernatural skills as a Time Mage surpass even Maxine’s vivid imaginings. Rushed headlong into sorcery, danger and chaos, Maxine uncovers her mother’s secret and the mystery of her own birth. She is having the time of her life, but time is running out.
Five tales of animals and love
by Jill Zeller
$3.99 (Collection) ISBN 978-1-61138-462-8
A dog brings harmony to a choral group. A horse kick-starts a young man’s life. And peace comes to a broken love affair through a cat named Klaatu. Each of the five short stories in this collection describes us as we are forced to face our weaknesses—and our strengths—through our love for pets.
by Jill Zeller
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-499-4
A BVC Original
In 1948 post-war Hollywood, young Hank Cleveland discovers sex, long-buried family memories and scandal, and a lost love, when the ashes of the dead give up their secrets.
An industry is thriving, but this is not Hollywood. Clay and mineral deposits feed the famous California potteries: Metlox, Bauer, Franciscan, and 19-year-old Hank Cleveland leaves his Hollywood family for his much older lover, Susan, one of the top designers.
by Jill Zeller
$7.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-345-4
A drug made of living souls. Is immortality worth the cost?
A black market in souls; their essence, known secretly as Bijou, bestows the illusion of youth to those who can afford it. Annie Novak and her family have long sought to protect the dying and the newly dead from soul-theft, but a new and unimaginable threat has appeared; someone is stealing souls from those who are not yet dead, and the distilled infusion of Bijou Xtra provides long, long life.
Book View Café’s 5th Anniversary Celebration
Edited by Pati Nagle and Deborah J. Ross
$5.99 (Anthology) ISBN 978-1-61138-337-9
Book View Café celebrates its fifth anniversary with an anthology of our favorite stories. From the fantasy and science fiction of our roots to steampunk, romance, historical and mainstream; from humor to life’s hardest challenges, across the spectrum from light to dark. Stories by Ursula K. Le Guin, Vonda N. McIntyre, Marion Zimmer Bradley, and many more.