Welcome to Uranian Fiction!
An Adventure in Indianapolis
by Miriam Pia
The Sheriff of Marion County is fed up with a local villain. With only half of what he needs to make a bust, his hands are tied by the law. Frustrated, and desperate for help, the Sheriff turns to the Mayor.
How do a Father, a career burglar, an attorney and a bounty hunter team up to unravel the mystery of a local white collar drug dealer?
Find out in this extraordinary tale of unlikely team work and a little magic set just next door to the real Indianapolis!
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I also do short stories. Here's a listing.
"The Future of Engineering" - an international graduate department set in England in the future.
There are more lurking but ...
Under 18? Its okay, I have special stuff for you. Luney Writers, vol 1 from Literary Lunes Press is bringing out an anthology of short stories. Amongst the 36 stories is one by Miriam Pia: its about Jimmy Bodeilo.
Here's an easy way to remember: If its a Jimmy Bodeilo story, its for kids.
Also, you can order any of the following stories:
"What is Trillium?" this is actually an intergen story about a kid who has some middle aged scientist living in his neighborhood.
"Sharbenau the Squirrel" this is about a squirrel who is really weird for a squirrel, but in a good way.
Uranian Fiction is the business name of the fiction stories that I author....but...I also do contract writing and am willing to work in nonfiction. While that may seem 'unartistic' or smell like 'selling out' to some all I can tell you in response to that is that I really do make an effort to be a responsible adult and to earn money doing work that really means more to me than just the money but to pretend money doesn't matter: pay me something for my work and I will pay the bills without making you or welfare have to deal with it. Most of the contracts I have done came through Guru.com. I am grateful to them but naturally being paid enough to live on helps, so I am not limited to them.