New 2016 social media promo image, in anticipation of the upcoming release, The Shutha Descent, the second full-length novel in the Stellar Conflict series.
The novella Sebastian’s Prize is now on sale at Amazon.com, available on Kindle and paperback. From November 18-20, 2015, get your Kindle edition for FREE. (Kindle Unlimited members continue to get the free Kindle.) The blurb: A routine mission to clear out suspected enemy bases on a remote border sector world turns into a nightmare […]
Commander Caramissa Kreth, Chief of Combined Sciences and third in command of the TCS Ranger. This rendering is in preparation of a book cover for The Shutha Descent.
Read and give a review of the Kindle edition of the debut novel in the Stellar Conflict series, Friends and Enemies, and get a paperback edition of that book shipped to you anywhere in the U.S. for FREE. Buy the Kindle edition for just $2.99, read it and then leave a review on the Amazon […]
The debut novel in the Stellar Conflict series is now in general release. Both the Kindle and paperback editions can be found exclusively at Amazon.com through mid-January, and will available at other online venues thereafter.
The new ownership at Eternal Press has reverted publishing & distribution rights back to the author for the novel Friends and Enemies and the novella Sebastian’s Prize. This action formally ends the relationship between the press and the author, returning all rights for the Stellar Conflict series. Friends and Enemies is set for release by […]
|Setup: Chief Engineer Jerry Cho arrives at Combined Sciences intending to repair a dangerous situation, only to find that Commander Kreth, the Saetian chief of the Sciences division, has already fixed the problem.| * Kreth had already surmised the chief engineer disliked her. Looking at him, now, she decided she would bring it out into […]
|Setup: After a night of heavy drinking, Bretchvelle gets ready for the coming day.| * The next morning, Bretchvelle awoke with her mind in a daze. She propped herself up on her elbows and looked around. She was back in her cabin, she saw, but her new companion, Bosignoir, was nowhere to be seen. Her […]