Tift Publishing


Tracker Series #1

By Diane J Cornwell

Coming January 2, 2016


Never admit to seeing ichur, the silvery residue of magic spells. Not if you want to stay under the radar of the Councillors of Convane.

Swift, a purebred tracker horse who can smell the smallest trace of ichur, can also remove the magic energy from any human or talisman.

Dallas, rider of Swift, knows how to create a spell without leaving residue, even if he is not a trained mage.

Neither Dallas or Swift admit to seeing and using the magic energy. If they did, Dallas would have his ability to see ichur removed, and Swift would be given to an approved mage by order of the council.

A new fantasy series including mages, dragons, tracker horses and more.

More detail with links here.


Sensing Danger Series 

By Diane J Cornwell

Ebooks of the first three stories in the Sensing Danger Series are now available.

Print versions coming soon.

Blurbs and links here.

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Galaxy Freight Omnibus Edition

By Diane J Cornwell

A print and eBook Omnibus Edition of the first six stories of Diane J Cornwell’s Galaxy Freight Series is now available.

This Science Fiction adventure series has a mixed cast of characters including Captain Alana Black, an android who likes to change personalities, her ship’s artificial intelligence, aliens, pirates and Peace Keepers. More details on our Books Available tab.










Machani Diplomat 

By Diane J Cornwell 

We are happy to announce another great read by Diane J Cornwell called Machani Diplomat will be available in January, 2015 with both electronic and print versions.

This is a YA Science Fiction story with an enjoyable cast of characters. For more details visit our Books Available tab.

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The “Broken” Series

By Diane J Cornwell

Print Version Published July 2014

We are happy to announce that Diane J Cornwell’s Broken Series print version is available.

For more details, check our Books Available page.

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