• After a pandemic wipes out millions, a handful of survivors seek a safe haven from the chaos and mayhem.
  • Instead of dying, a middle-aged man chooses to be cryonically-frozen and revived in the future.
  • A homeless man helps a woman and her two small children get off the streets. A book club favorite.
  • Luna takes pills to help her study, control her weight, and keep her sex drive asleep. When she decides to break this habit, the trouble starts.
  • A future where women rule and men know their place. ‘A delightful reversal of A Handmaid’s Tale.’
  • A busybody suspects her neighbors are making porn videos at home. Her snooping gets her into one hilarious calamity after another.

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” . . . fun, humor, sexual innuendo, mystery, suspense, and intrigue woven into the plot with expertise.”

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“A terrific story, well written, with an engaging voice and good characters.”

“I read a great deal, so it’s hard to find new story lines.”

“I love the heroine. She gets into some seriously funny situations. No matter what happens she and her husband stand together, which is heart-warming.”

“A haphazard, crazy story of a nosy neighbor and her criminal fantasies. Enjoyed all the “adult” humor! Finally a funny story for us grown-ups!”

“. . . made me laugh out loud in parts. It is a lighthearted romp, full of fun and surprises.”

“We’ve all heard the old line, ‘Dying is easy. Comedy is hard.’ And to me, the hardest form of comedy is the type derived from the everyday life of average people. And it’s this type of humor that Ms. Cornelius provides us in her book, Up To No Good, to an impressive degree. She deftly takes standard relationships – acquaintances, friends, family and marriage – and casts them with humor that is sometimes subtle and always relatable.”

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In the aftermath of a deadly flu pandemic, there is no protection from looters scavenging everything from guns to canned peas. When Dr. Taeya Sanchez is fired from a medical facility, she decides to steal the hospital’s armored van. Unfortunately, Rick DeAngelo has already stocked the van for his own getaway. These two must pick their way across the wasteland of America searching for a safe haven. As the miles roll by, they discover that the living should be feared more than the festering corpses out there.



When Robert learns he’s dying of cancer, he chooses cryonics over death. It’s a long shot. His frozen body will be stored in liquid nitrogen for the next 75 years, and then he’ll wake up in the future. Maybe. If technology figures out a way to bring him back. Once frozen, Robert realizes his soul is very much awake, and free to move about, just like the others who were frozen before him. He can ride in a cockpit with the pilots, but can’t turn the page of a book. He can’t work, or eat, or sleep. These obstacles make it tough to fall in love, and impossible to reconcile with the living.



Frank is content living on the streets of Atlanta. A soup kitchen and a makeshift shanty sure beat his days as a POW in Vietnam. But Chloe can’t handle the eviction that sends her into the hell of homelessness. She and her children are sucked into the traumatic world of night shelters, and dangerous predators.
When they bump into each other at the soup kitchen, Frank offers Chloe a glimmer of hope that she can pull her life back together. She rekindles his lost sense of self-worth. But they will not meet again until Frank is riding high as a working man, and Chloe has hit rock bottom.



Prescription drugs are so common in the future they’re called supplements, and dispensed at meals like side dishes. Just like everyone else, Luna takes pills to curb her appetite, increase her memory, focus her concentration, improve her mood, even suppress her sex drive.
Now in college, she’s beginning to wonder what life is like outside this drug-induced state. Once she stops taking the supplements, she discovers food tastes delicious, her friend Sal is suddenly sexy, and the search for a valuable lost medallion turns into a real adventure.
Hopefully, all her new habits don’t get her killed.



In the future, women rule and men know their place. 28 year-old Mason can’t wait to be a loving father and supportive husband. He’s especially looking forward to wearing the new artificial womb that so many men have strapped on their bellies. First, however, he must be chosen from the Approved Partner Registry, a website that profiles men and their qualifications. It’s used by businesswomen who don’t have the time or inclination to date.
In the meantime, he works hard at his clerical job with a large corporation, and volunteers at the company’s co-op daycare. He keeps his body in good physical condition. He even took a remedial course with a sex surrogate when the registry listed him as a premature ejaculator. His diligence will pay off when he is selected as a mate.
But when he is dropped from the Approved Partner Registry, his life begins to unravel and it doesn’t look like anything can stop his fall from grace.



Rachel is about to turn forty and is underwhelmed with her life. Because she and her husband, Brian, work together, they have little to talk about. And the heat between the sheets has definitely cooled. Her only diversion these days seems to be the usual neighborhood gossip. She likes to think she’s inquisitive. Brian says she’s a snoop.Lately, her nosy nature has escalated. She’s gotten it into her head that a house down the road might be used to make adult films. Her clues? The blinds are always drawn, and there are never any garbage cans at the curb. She’s determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, but if her snooping keeps uncovering unexpected dirt, it may be the last thing she ever does.