Topher writes Political Fiction and a popular Science Fiction series called the Falcon Banner. The stories appeal to a broad base of people who like stories which are lighter on sex but deeper on plot and meaning.
Darien Taine has resurrected a forgotten hope,freedom to his people, and set his sights squarely on Earth. Shadows of the Empire's dark past reach out to ensnare that hope, a fallen General strives to restore the one symbol that would unite the Empire again. The architect of the fall of mankind weaves a dark net; to lure the Excalibur into his clutches as he brings an ancient superweapon to bear. And fate, wielded as a weapon by a man 300 years dead, is Taine’s last recourse
A lone man picks up a battle standard cast down three hundred years before. beginning a journey that will lead him to find the lost fleet, and a forgotten ship at the edge of nowhere. Darien Taine must accept his role, guiding his crew on the long road to free their people from Amsus tyranny. Uncovering along the way the sins that led to humanity's downfall, and reforging alliances long thought forgotten. Three hundred years of slavery, of persecution and of tyranny are at an end.
Home is at the end of the road. For Scott Walker its been a long eight years living abroad. But now all he wants to do is go home. Yet coming home isn't easy as he realizes that while home hasn't changed, he has and trying to adjust to his old life isn't easy. He is caught up trying to prove that he isn't the stranger everyone mistakes him for. And love threatens to drag him into a bitter family rivalry.
CSIS, mysterious in the fact that it is an agency that protects secrets, has recruited a new star. But when Officer Highmore discovers Will Carter’s name on a hit list carried by a spy, he must work out a way to protect the man he loves. The problem is, he isn’t allowed to tell him. While Will endeavours to play a political gambit in an attempt to stay out of a corrupt war for oil, Andrew steps up to the plate and does the one thing he knows how to do well. Protect Will.
Canadian Politics, Will Carter had been content to be the man behind the man. Orchestrating a brilliant campaign that swept Robert Avery into a choice cabinet spot. Yet a liberal boondoggle threatens to undo good work that could be done. And when Robert suffers a heart attack, it's for William to step out of the shadows and step up, and do right thing. Except that by running for Parliament, Will comes face to face with the one enemy he never expected to face. Mister Andrew Highmore L.L.B.
In the mire of corporate politics, Will Carter is the only honest man left standing. Trying to work out a way to save his company for opportunists. While a runaway, struggles to come back to the closet thing he ever knew to a home. Meeting a bookish, overworked and over stressed man in a grey shirt, who needs to learn how to relax.
West Harding is confused, not about being gay, he knew *that*, but rather about why no one will believe him. Not his gay Hockey coach Andrew Highmore, not even Peter, the boy he’s interested in. Things get steadily harder when West finds out that he’s been asked to lead his team into the finals. Can Will Carter help this kid find his dreams when his own life is slipping out of control?
Will has grown up, and into his relationship with Andrew. He has discovered that teaching brings its own rewards, and that the shyest kid in his class is crying out for someone to notice him. Will must come to grips with his own family, and finally put some old demons to rest as his grandmother arrives to inspect the new addition to her family.
A young immigrant to Canada discovers that love can be found in the most unlikely places. Andrew isn’t the run of the mill team Captain, can he show Will what it means to be in love? And can he coax the awkward, non-social boy out of the closet? Events spiral out of control after stolen kisses are caught, and gossip begins to spiral out of control.