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The Bloodstone Blade (in revision)

Saia enacts vigilante justice for the god of death, but when her brother is hired to protect her mark—their traitorous uncle—she’ll have to choose: refuse the contract and suffer the god’s wrath or get her revenge and find her brother at the other end of her knife.

Non-Fiction (as Cheyanne Lepka)


Points of View: A Guide on Saskatchewan Projectile Points with Indigenous Perspectives
- Edited by Faith Boser


I contributed 43 technical archaeological illustrations of stone tools and projectile points to this reference manual published through the Saskatchewan Archaeological Society (SAS).


The first of its kind for Saskatchewan, this book blends Indigenous ways of knowing and archaeology’s understanding of projectile points. Commonly called arrowheads, these durable objects found across the province are a testament of Indigenous ingenuity and perseverance. Indigenous authors share how these stone sculptures were created using complex knowledge systems such as math and physics. Personal lived experience illuminates the connection between these artifacts, the land, and the people.

Includes color-coded field guide section featuring:

* Names, date ranges, geographical distribution, and descriptions of 40 of the most common projectile points found across Saskatchewan

* Information on stone materials and other types of tools

* Over 300 color images and illustrations

* Synopsis of archaeology methods and theory

* Explanation of current legislation and how to record archaeological sites and collections

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