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The War Ender's Apprentice, Chronicles of The Martlet Book 1

In the chaotic universe, many intelligent species are on the brink of war, but the Guild holds the violence at bay to foster peaceful trade. The most renowned War Ender is Lady Alana of House Eyreid. Alana hopes to train her beloved nephew, Roark, in her vocation.

It was supposed to be a simple training mission aboard an Interrealm slave ship. However, when Alana find her people enslaved, she murders the crew and rescues every slave—whether criminal, dishonored, or stolen. A fleeting vision of Roark's future tells her to offer the newly freed Eohan a War Ender’s education.

For her vision to come true, Alana must rescue Eohan’s young brother who was sold in the last port and lost somewhere in the Realms, but first, they have a war to end.

Published by ZB Publications (October 31, 2017)
E-Book ISBN: 978-0-9995598-1-9
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9995598-0-2


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September 13, 2016

The Grove

Sitka’s Quay appears to be like every other coastal tourist town on Highway 101, but lurking below its southern grove of ancient spruce are three sleeping primordial gods. The Keeper, Dayla Fischer, must remain in control of her magical abilities or fall into sickening madness, but lives a relatively quiet life with her husband, Oliver.

That is, until the delusional, but charming Jonah Leifson comes to town with a plan to awaken the Three. Soon, children begin disappearing. With powerful suggestion spells and mind reading abilities, Jonah wins over other sorcerers, meth users, the police, and eventually even her husband. Though no one believes her and she doubts her own sanity, she must stop Jonah, before he wakes the Three and brings about the end of the world.

Published by ZB Publications (September 13, 2016)
E-Book ISBN: 978-0-9801459-2-2
Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9801459-0-8

"Chaos, murder, sacrifice: it was a delicious read, and I devoured it all."
Dan Thompson, The Black Petal

"If you’re a fan of well-written, fast-paced, fantasy thrillers that trot into the neighborhood of horror, you’ll love it..."
Fia Essen, Ariel

"Guizzetti's delusional and magically gifted anti-hero is truly terrifying..."
Janice Clark, Healer's Apprentice Series

"I was blown away..."
Madison Keller, The Dragon Tax Saga

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The Light Side of the Moon

Due to overpopulation, lack of natural resources, no public education, and a surplus of political bickering, Earth is a cesspool and our solar system’s colonies have failed. Nevertheless, outside our solar system, exploration has thrived. Encouraged by the conquest of Kipos, idealistic dreamers look beyond Earth to build a utopia from the abandoned Lunar Colony Serenitatis. Industrialists reconstruct the colony, but struggle to turn a profit while encouraging scientific discovery. Brimming with hope despite intense uncertainty and physical hardship, the impoverished Ella Sethdottier follows rumors of plentiful jobs on the moon. On roads fraught with danger, she discovers Earth is a bigger place than she ever imagined, but Serenitatis is little more than a prison colony. Ella forges unlikely friendships with corrupted androids and the quixotic prison doctor, Ian Whitlatch, who champions equality and rights for inmates. Amid corruption and nobility, tragedy and victory, the fate of the colony hangs precariously in the balance.

Published by 48Fourteen (July 27, 2015)
ISBN: 978-1-937546-42-7

"Guizzetti is something of a modern-day Dickens" -- Janice Clark Author of Hall of Doors

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Other Systems

Would you go to a planet that has never known war, hunger, or even a single murder?
Other Systems explores the difficulties of space travel, planetary colonization, and the loss of friends, family, and identity due to time dilation and the distance between stars.
Humans established a utopian colony on Kipos, an Earth-like planet orbiting a Sol twin. Unfortunately, birth rates plummet and without an influx of human DNA, Kipos has eleven generations before failure. With Earth over ninety light-years away, time is short. On the over-crowded Earth, many see opportunity in Kipos's need. After medical, intelligence, and physiological testing, Abby and her younger siblings, Jin and Orchid, are offered transportation. Along with 750,000 other strong young immigrants, they leave the safety of their family with the expectation of good jobs and the opportunity for higher education.
Terrified that Earthlings will taint their paradise, the Kiposi pass a series of indenture and adoption laws in order to assimilate the savages. When Abby wakes up on Kipos, Jin cannot be found. Orchid is ripped from her arms as Abby is sold to a dull-eyed man with a sterilized wife. Indentured to breed, she is drugged and systematically coerced. To survive, Abby learns the differences in culture and language using the only thing that is truly hers on this new world: her analytical mind. Haunted by the agony of her loss, but determined, she joins a planetary survey team where she will discover yet another way of life.

Published by 48Fourteen (April 1, 2012)
ISBN: 978-1-937546-01-4

"a gripping, superbly crafted read. You will not want it to end!" --Sofia Essen Author of Change of Pace

"nerdy, die-hard sci-fi, and a family saga that stands the test of time." --RL King Author of Dead Heart

Short Shories And Anthologies

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Beyond the Hedge Volume 1: The Light and the Dark

The debut volume of Fuzzy Hedgehog Press's biannual anthology series features stories revolving around themes of good and evil and especially the gray areas in between. Edited by Mathew Buscemi Stories include: "Philotet" by Piper Lewis "Ruination" by Matt Sayer "Welcome to Ertth" by Alissa Berger "The Charge of Nynlothe" by Elizabeth Guizzetti "Where do all the Accountants Come From?" by Robert Bagnall "Rain at the Intersection of Tomorrow" by B. J. Neblett "New One" by Albert Nothlit

Published by Fuzzy Hedgehog Press (July 1, 2016)
ISBN: 978-1628027181

Website: Fuzzy Hedgehog Press

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Free SHORT STORY! For The Love of Pancakes

What happens when a science fiction fan meets an alien in need of a cup of sugar?

Abridged Version Published on Norwescon Newsletter
SelfPublished on Wattpad (September, 2014)
(Originally entited "A First Contact")

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Free SHORT STORY! First Wave

A Christmas Story about Nanites taking over the world

SelfPublished on Wattpad (December, 2015)

Graphic Novels and Comics

FamineLands: The Carp's Eye

In the once fertile Talamh, moans of hunger permeate the air. Her home in ruins, the young Lark crosses the world in search of her elder brother. She finds him enslaved to the mysterious Lord Malak. In exchange for Orin's freedom, Lark and her brother hunt down a perfect pearl known as the Carp's Eye.

Published by ZB Publications (2008)
ISBN: 978-0-9801459-8-4


FamineLands: Living Stone

The adventure continues for Lark and Orin. As they storm a castle of the living statues, Orin must face who he is if he is going to become who he wants to be.

Published by ZB Publications (2009)
ISBN: 978-0-9801459- 9-1


FamineLands: Mareton's Curse

As the famine spreads, many enact age-old sacrifical rites to bring forth rain. Lady Meadowlark and her Hunters Roan and Orin, share a dream of a prince’s death and venture forth to save him.

Published by ZB Publications (2013)
ISBN: 978-0-9801459- 3-9


Out for Souls and Cookies

Twin demons, Rosamundian and Tychobraticus, want to retire but hell has no retirement plan. So they dress up as poodles and move to Seattle where people will take care of them in their accustomed lifestyle.

Yearly issues: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 in circulation.
Published by ZB Publications (2008-2014)



Jack and Tom head north to the Klondike with dreams of easy money, instead they find back breaking work and a clan of man-eating sirens.

Published by ZB Publications (2010)
ISBN: 978-0-9801459-4-6


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