Tethered Worlds: Unwelcome Star

For fans of Dune, the Honor Harrington series, & Jack Campbell’s Lost Fleet series.

Imagine using a technology so different, that it appears as magic…

“…one of the most fully imagined sci-fi worlds I have ever experienced outside of Frank Herbert’s genre-defining “Dune” series.” –D.A.Cartier

Jordahk thought he was average. He was wrong. He thought his planet too far from the centuries-old stalemate line to see any action. He was wrong about that too.

To save his world from annexation he must retreat with his eccentric grandfather, seeking help from the farthest planets. But what can stop the domination of mankind’s supreme star-spanning government?

There is an ancient technology with the power to break the conventional–but it can also break the user. And only a special few can wield it. But Jordahk suspects his grandfather knows more than he’s telling…

Meet Gregory Faccone

You might think part-time mystery man Gregory Faccone has lived ten lifetimes. He’s experienced the ocean’s cool dawn, and baked in 130° deserts. He’s worked amidst the concrete canyons of major cities, and on a dark, rainy night, driven a remote road carpeted with frogs (true story, really).

Classically trained in creative arts, he performed a long tenure developing electronic entertainment with smaller dev houses and the biggest names like Electronic Arts and SONY. He collaborated with Universal Studios, Warner Bros., and Paramount, adding content to popular franchises from Star Trek, to comics, to even medical dramas like ER.

Gregory’s editing skills, refined in the crucible of competitive entertainment, can be put to use for your novel or creative endeavor. See his Editing Services page and get your dream moving forward today.

To share his creations beyond fleeting game systems, Gregory had to venture into the written word. It has stood for centuries, and although the ways we read evolve, novels continue unimpeded. A reader’s bond with a quality literary work is unlike any other. When Gregory starting creating a unique science fiction universe, he knew the medium for which it was destined. The fantastic framework for his science fiction series, Tethered Worlds, took two years to create before he jumped into writing the first entry.

Gregory is influenced by Arthur C. Clarke’s axiom: “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” So jump into Tethered Worlds and go on an adventure based in the centuries to come. While the technology is advanced, the nature of mankind is unchanged. It continues to wrestle with flaws, and is preserved through selflessness and nobility.

Defiant Space

One starship against the galaxy. The crew of Fidelity are the only hope to save their planet from destruction. When an armada of predatory warships come to annex their world, the inhabitants of planet Vale Reach must face the fearsome threats that stalk their galaxy. Terrors lurk in the uncharted depths of space, ready to crush their world and enslave its people. A lone starship is sent on an impossible journey. But is it already too late? Caladon Heit wants to prevent the destruction of everything he knows. Together, the ship’s crew must overcome the ferocious marauders and brutal empires that seek to eradicate them all. In space, they will find a harsh and remorseless environment. Unimaginable enemies await behind every moon and asteroid. Their mission will demand sacrifices from every crew member to reach its destination. Will they emerge with their resolve and their starship intact? Or will Fidelity and their homeworld be annihilated? This is the first novel in the Infinite Void Series. About the series: Infinite Void is a science fiction space-opera series, focused on a far future galaxy of dysfunctional cyberpunk empires and frontier societies. Danger and suspense fill each exhilarating encounter. Many brave souls will fail. Only a tenacious few will reach their goals, and achieve unimaginable power. All will bear witness to the wonders and terrors brought by mankind’s inevitable transformation. The next stage of human evolution faces chaos.

Meet Richard Rimington

Richard Rimington is a British writer living in Hong Kong. He is an author of science fiction, and has been writing for over fifteen years. He works full-time on developing his books. His writing is inspired by authors such as Phillip K. Dick, Alastair Reynolds, Dan Simmons and Ann Leckie.

Glass Slipper Equinox

Four classical fairy tales shine anew as science fiction fables of transformation and change. After centuries of slumber, a half-alien girl awakens from her cryogenic pod into a land of technological enchantments. An artificial intelligence program and a human moderator parley on philosophy, relationships and the dilemma of the glass slippers. Space-Pirate Goldilocks breaks into a facility run by genetically modified bears and commits Lunchbox Infringement offenses. A queen pleads with the magic screen upon the wall, Who’s the most sentient of them all? Meanwhile, in the throne room, a robotic girl is drawing a map of the galaxy with crayons.

Meet Khira Allen

Khira Allen writes cyberpunk and hard science fiction novels that explore the transformative expanse of technology. In more whimsical moments, she pens playful flash fiction and short stories that give a modern science fiction twist to traditional fairy tales. Khira is an early riser, who does her best work while the rest of the household slumbers in the early hours of the morning. When she is not writing, Khira loves gardening, reading and painting.

StarFire Dragons: Book One

After nearly being dishonorably discharged from his command of a space destroyer, Commander J.D. Hapker takes a lowkey commission on a science vessel. Hostilities ignite when he rescues two young enemy warriors. Can he protect his crew from their dangerous secrets while also protecting the children from unsavory bounty hunters, violent passengers, and the prejudice of his own crew? His struggle between what is right and what is necessary intensifies as every option threatens to ignite a war.

Meet Dawn Ross

Dawn Ross is a daydreamer who has been perfecting her writing skills for over twenty years. With an imagination inspired by a few decades of fantasy/sci-fi books, movies, and television, she has created her own epic sci-fi full of rich characters in a vast universe. It all begins with StarFire Dragons. Dawn has a Bachelor of Science degree, cum laude meritum, in financial management. She also self-studies history, writing, and various sciences including astronomy and physics. Her character-focused stories include scientific elements such as space travel, space battles, fascinating worlds, cybernetic beings, and more. Dawn is also a nature and wildlife artist, a wife, a mother, a grandmother, a dog-lover, and an employee and volunteer for a non-profit elder care organization.

Chronicles of A Space Cadet

How hard will you fight for your dreams? This space opera is the hilarious and touching story of Yega the space-pilot. Yega does not want to end up in the Galactic Navy! But after a racing mishap that gets her into deep trouble, she goes on the run. In avoiding Galactic Navy recruiters, she ends up stealing a spaceship, and another spaceship, and slap-fighting a precocious chicken over a credit card. And things get crazy from there. In case you were wondering: Yes. Aliens, rice and laundry soap will definitely be involved. How hard will you fight? Get this adventure today!

Meet Jon Torres

I have been told my style resembles Asprin and simialr authors. If you like your science fiction on the light and fun side, I invite you to give the Brownman books a try. Follow me on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jontorresauthor

Cease Fire: A Space Adventure Book 1

Stranded in uncharted space, Karma is finding it harder to keep information from the crew.

But what she knows will affect their chances of survival.

At least with the crew knowing about the device it means that she can work with them to get it back online and find a way home.

That would be the plan, but for a pesky distress call.

A distress call they have to answer.

The problem with responding to distress signals in unknown space, with untold threats all around, is that you also run the risk of needing to send out your own distress call.

Which presupposes that there are friendly folks somewhere around. And that you’re not going to attract the attention of any lurking hostiles.

Not only that, but their side quest could very well result in losing crew members.

And we’re not just talking about red shirts.


“If you like Star Trek and devastatingly handsome androids, you’ll love this series!”

Similar to: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Firefly.

New Orders: A Space Adventure

The year on the human home world calendar is 2220.

Life is a bit like the sci-fi shows of the 20th Century in some ways.

In others? Not so much.

I’m on a League of Civilizations star ship. Yep. Star Ship. In space.

Currently trying to physically, and emotionally, recover from a crash where I lost my partner. All would be going fine except we also have to survive an encounter with the deadliest lifeform in the universe.

A lifeform we were starting to think was just legend.

No big deal.

If it were just about the lives on board that would be one thing. But it’s not. What we do next will impact everyone, in all the League civilizations. That’s hundreds of billions of sentients. They could all be wiped out.

I’m running out of options.

And time.

Oh yeah, and as if dealing with trying to save everyone in the universe wasn’t enough, I also have to contend with a crush on the ship’s first officer who also happens to be… yes, you guessed it, a synthetic life form.

Fuck my life.

Surviving either of these things intact is going to be a challenge.


If you like Star Trek and devastatingly handsome androids, you’ll love this series!

Similar to: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Firefly

Survival Tactics: A Short Story Collection

Ten science fiction stories of aliens, poltergeists, threatening polygons, and carnivorous rabbits, exploring why we need each other-and why sometimes we don’t.

Meet Elizabeth Bonesteel

Elizabeth Bonesteel began making up stories at the age of five, in an attempt to battle insomnia. She has been reading and writing science fiction since she was a child. She currently lives in central Massachusetts.

Imperial Knight

An Empire of twenty million worlds and a boy who wants to be an Imperial Knight. Robots, Alien Wars, Terrorism, and Imperial Intrigue in the far Future! “A gripping sci-fi plot…exciting adventure…echoes classics like Dune…” – Publishers Weekly’s BookLife Prize

Meet James Evans

James Evans lives and works in South Wales in the UK. He graduated with a Law degree from Bristol University but ended up in software engineering. He lives with his partner and six young cats – yes, that’s three extra :-). Check out the HUMANI series website: sites.google.com/view/jamesevans-humani/home

Warrior Creed: Win the day… or die – Sci Fi Military Space Opera & Alien Conquest (Trigellian Universe – Warrior Series Book 2)

Alien empires reeling from war. Their arrogant elite are desperate for glory. A human hero just robbed them of that. The galaxy is filled with many races driven by their arrogant elite, who are desperate for glory. Ex-Marine A-10 Pilot Derek Hamilton just wants to run space freight and find his girl. The galaxy had other plans… and why was it so hard to KILL a Human from Terra, anyway? Derek Hamilton helped to end the 1,000 year Slave War between the Brinlo and Hogantha. Now, Earth was in ruins and war machines were unwinding everywhere across the galaxy. The arrogant, wealthy Elite Houses were furious a mere Terran had the skill to kill the hated Brinlo Battle Commander Jorad Zen. It was their right of prestige, privilege and honor… and the HATED human was the one to take the kill. So they took their fury out on him, but not before he displayed the toughness and unique abilities that make a human Warrior. Trap after trap, and space battle after space battle, test his skill and expertise until the final battle against a Goliath class Dreadnought warship more than a thousand times bigger than his. Can he survive? Can the 36 Elite Warriors and their gear crammed into his cargo bay survive? Captain Derek Hamilton exemplifies the Warrior Creed – Win the day… or die! Warrior Creed is the second in the Warrior series starring Derek Hamilton of Earth. This military science fiction and action adventure space opera will grab you from the start and never let go. Readers who enjoy Chris Fox, Daniel Arenson, Lindsey Buroker, Jay Allan and Jasper T. Scott will enjoy the raging battles, space combat and intrigue our Human hero-warrior fights through to claim his right to live. Buy this book now so you can become part of this epic tale in the style of the golden age of sci fi. The only way to experience the Warrior Creed and join Captain Hamilton on his galactic exploits is to grab your copy now. Don’t wait, or Captain Hamilton will have already Jumped to another transit point far across the galaxy. Remember the Warrior Creed, Win the day… or die.

Meet J. T. Skye

Hi there. I’m Jon Thomas Skye, better known to my friends as J. T. I love to write stories of heroic quests, ancient prophecies and mythical journeys along roads less traveled. They include grand, military space battles, secret alliances, desperate treachery, vengeance and retribution against the arrogance, elitism and glory hunting found at the highest levels of society. From pirates, slavers, saboteurs and assassins… to elite Warriors, trader families, cargo haulers and the many desperate refugees just trying to escape conscription. I’ve loved to read and write science fiction, fantasy and action adventure stories my whole life and am passionate about mainstream Sci Fi, Space Opera, Military Sci Fi, and mythical Fantasy. If you love Sci Fi, Fantasy and Action Adventure, join me on the journey of a life time.