Published Works

Magic and Murder Among the Dwarves

   SOMETIMES YOUR WORST ENEMY IS INSIDE YOU. Is Amanda’s psychic ability a blessing or a curse? Recently widowed, she moves to a mountain town to quietly grieve and to live a normal life. But her neighbors, who never come above ground until after dark, ask her to find a…

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Watermelon Knights with Trueberry Hearts

Whether this is the first story you’ve ever read about an Iguana, a Texas Toad and a Swamp Rat, or just another one of many, be prepared for a new perspective on the world: one that conquers it from very close to the ground. And chuckles while it pokes it…

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Whistle Pig and Ale

Published by Crowded Magazine, September 2014, Australia Whistle Pig and Ale Jaella was translating Arabic ghazals into English when she felt Nagdaddy’s cringing terror, the spasm squeezing through her stomach.  With her hands pressed against her belly, she crept to the room’s window–its lace curtains rippling inward on the warm…

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Praise for Magic and Murder Among the Dwarves

This is an amazing book, a fine combination of fantasy, action, and character study. Bundy delineates the inner life of a woman with remarkable skill and power while keeping the reader engrossed with exploring dwarf culture. It can be a tough balance to write a novel that manages to straddle the line between the everyday and the magical, but the author does it very well here! — John Sellers

Magic and Murder Among the Dwarves was so fun to read. I have to give it a 5 star review as it kept me interested from start to finish. It is a crazy awesome book that made me laugh, cry (just a little), and want more! I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that loves a good fantasy story. Its a great trip! — Toni M.

When I picked this book up I expected a good read, I expected that I would love it and want to re-read it. But I never expected it to grip me in the way it did. After I picked this book up I literally couldn’t put it down until I was finished. The next day I started to read it again. I could rave about the storytelling and the amazing descriptions of the North Carolina forests and mountains, but I think the best part about this book was the characters. More than any book I’ve read in years, the characters seemed like real people. I forgot that I was reading about imaginary characters and rather felt like I was listening to them speaking to me, telling me the story. Truly one of the best books I’ve read in years. — Jacob Johnson