Welcome

Thanks for visiting my website! This is an introduction to me as a writer, and an opportunity for you to have a look at the latest I have out there in bookland. I’ve been writing for a while now, and tend to write darkish fantasy and science fiction, and often mixtures of the two. That Ridge press has recently published some of my short stories and poetry as ebook collections. Look for them under my author’s page on Amazon.com or click on the covers below.

Hurricane Season Cover Strong women don’t always mean to be that way. They just take care of things. They can change the world, or at least their little part of it, and become agents of change to make it a better place. These fantasy and science fiction stories by Lela Buis bring you strong women in lives filled with adventure. Hurricane Season includes the stories: Ground Zero, Possession, Nightside, Mixed Heritage, The Hatchling, Dragon Rain, The Winter People, Hurricane Season. Contains strong language and sexual situations.
Desperate Lives Cover
Lela E. Buis presents dark fantasy and speculative fiction stories of people in desperate situations, looking for ways to survive.These are stories about people in need, finding each other in the shadows. There are witches, sorcerers, vampires, and ordinary people caught in extraordinary circumstances within these pages. Desperate Lives includes the stories: The White Owl, Moonshadow, Artifacts, Entwined, Survival, Poison. Contains violence and sexual situations.
Storm and Shadow Cover
Lela Buis presents a collection of stories that vary from the sensual to erotic, featuring men and women sure of what they want. These are fantasy stories about ghosts, witches, vampires and other exotic creatures of the imagination, finding each other in the shadows. Stories include: Haunted, Night at Sloan Pond, Carnival, Souls, Ascension, Shadows. Contains violence and sexual situations.
Entwined Cover
Some of these poems are bits of moonlight and magic, written just for enjoyment of the written word. Others come from a more serious place, an investigation of ideas clothed in plot and characterization. The styles vary, but the poems are chosen because they somehow matched up as dark fantasies, an expression of mood or a cynical thought or a mysterious magic barely glimpsed that caused the author to reach for a pen and paper. Includes strong language.

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