My Books


Jude Sprocket has been a pirate her whole life. Taken in by a man who found her alone on a distant planet at the age of seven, all she has to remember of her past life is the loss her hand – the vague memory of a race through the woods and a bloody aftermath. Now, her father recently dead, seventeen-year old Jude has inherited his spaceship – Hourglass. Determined to get off Earth and continue her father’s legacy of piracy, she assembles a crew and takes to the stars. But more than abandoned ships and hidden treasure await Jude in the vast void of space. She’s haunted by dreams of a distant land, children hiding in the shadows, and a little girl she somehow feels the need to find. When Jude and her crew stumble across an uncharted planet, curiosity gets the better of them and they land, unaware of the dangers that wait. Suddenly, Jude’s worst nightmares are coming true as she lands on the planet she was never meant to leave.


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Penelope lives in a world of advanced technology but many claim society has yet to catch up. Marionettes have advanced in the form of robots; lifelike creations remote controlled to perform super human tasks.

When Penelope makes a deal with Jed, a marionette-obsessed scientist, she doesn’t fully realize what she’s getting herself into. In order for Jed to take her away from the orphanage she lives in, she must first agree to undergo his experiments and tests, ultimately creating something no one ever dreamed possible; the first living marionette.

As Jed shows off his scientific creation to the world, concerns arise surrounding Penelope’s abilities and what she’s capable of doing. Ordered to somehow lessen her abilities, Jed makes a desperate attempt to change Penelope to make her more human, more vulnerable. After Penelope lies to the officials about her past, Jed makes sure it’s the last one she’ll ever utter. The truth is now the only thing she is capable of telling.

As Penelope struggles with her past, her disturbingly new present, and her uncertain future, she is thrust into a magically twisted world of mayhem in search of the one thing she wants, but knows she can never have. The chance to be just a girl again. To be normal. To be real.



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Young Adult Fiction

Drew is an android told from the very beginning of her superiority and overwhelming responsibilities.  She was created for a mission, they tell her; a mission more important than anything she could ever have imagined.
Drew is sent to a high school, being told to observe the humans and report back.  But when Drew begins to form friendships with these humans and starts feeling strange human emotions, she starts to doubt her creators’ ways of dealing with her and wonders whether her mission is as wonderful as it once seemed.
Drew soon begins to realize her own independent thoughts are endangering her new found friends and her very own existence.  As Drew falls deeper and deeper into the mystery surrounding her mission and her creation she is suddenly left with a choice between what she’s known all her life and what she knows is right.

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Book Two of the Mechanical Trilogy

Book Two of the Mechanical Trilogy

Drew now knows the real mission her creators were trying to accomplish; create a perfect world.  In other words, taking people, eventually all of the people on earth, and turning them into mechanically altered, perfect, human beings.  That is what Drew previously found out happened to her.

But, although Drew, Jessica and Michael know that they need to somehow stop the creators, Drew also knows that she’s made another enemy along the way; one possibly even more dangerous than the creators.

As Drew struggles to detatch herself from the people who “created” her and untangle the mess they’ve made, she discovers  that it might not be as easy as she thought, that she is destined to play a larger role in this plan than she ever intended.

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Book 3 of the Mechanical Trilogy

With Yvonne in control, Michael perfected, and Drew and her friends having been captured by the creators, everything seems hopeless.  But when a group of flawed androids rescue them, Drew is suddenly thrown into the middle of saving the world again.

Drew buries herself in the elaborate planning and scheming, as well as vigorously trying to bring Michael’s memory back.  But as Drew loses sight of what she cares about and her world seems like its being ripped in two, choices are needing to be made and Drew discovers many of the people she thought she knew weren’t as they appeared to be.

Betrayal, sorrow and passion drive Drew to the limit and she’s forced to choose, once again, between giving in to her desires and fears, or doing what she knows is the only right thing.

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Children’s/Middle Grade Fiction

​Evelyn Taylor wakes up to find herself living with people whom she does not recognize and realizing she doesn’t remember a thing about her past.  The strangers tell her she lost her memory in a car crash and that she has lived with them all of her life, but Evelyn can’t help feeling that she has forgotten something important; something they’re not telling her.  She lives isolated, unable to leave the grounds or meet people outside her household.  Evelyn accepts the strange way she is being raised until she starts remembering things; things that have nothing to do with the life she is leading; memories of a life her caretakers claimed she never had.

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6 thoughts on “My Books

  1. John Mirle Scearcy IV says:

    Hi Pauline! Just wanted to let you know that I thought you did a great job with the “mechanical” trilogy and that it’s one of those great series that I just don’t want to come to an end! I look forward to reading “Hourglass” when it comes out. Have a great day!

  2. tpesce2015 says:

    Your book cover designs are so amazing! I’m just agog at the honors, book reviews, high ratings … great heavens, you are beyond wonderful. And just as soon as I can figure out how to function on my first blog, I plan to start growing up to be just like you. 😉

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