Stay safe from the Evacuation Zone with Peanut Butter and Jelly while visiting the Isolation Worlds or Planet Loreia in Gamma Zaria. Molly’s Second Chance in the Meadow Race leads to Summer on Solar Life.

While I Don’t Mean You is intended to be encouraging, it often leads to Better Forgotten Memories as the Status Quo, or No shifts. Nerissa’s Legacy gives us A Fair Beginning with Prince Charming, in a life where the Safe Place is home.

As our world struggles to survive, and to find A Measure of Life, filled with Painted Paper, will we build Glasses Houses, or Cycle through our lives? Adult Orphanages, and Finally Family may become reality, instead of Second Place.

Will Broken Dogma lead us to Cluster? Or will The Gift allow us to encourage Going Hunting while Saving the Family Farm with (or without) the Written Word?

Stories slip between ten categories. Delve deep into forty stories about an altered past, a dreamed of future, and perhaps, even a present we don’t recognize under the surface. Meet aliens, and cultures you don’t know exist.

40 Short Stories

57,453 Words

6 X 9 – 243 pages

7 X 10 – 281 pages

Stories slip between ten categories. Delve deep into forty stories about an altered past, a dreamed of future, and perhaps, even a present we don’t recognize under the surface. Meet aliens, and cultures you don’t know exist.

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Space Kids – The Journey of Hope

As a 12-year-old, would you like to lead a space mission with three other kids, and no adults?

This was the situation Sophie Williams found herself in. Having lost her dad a couple of years ago, she decided to try to make him proud and go for it.

It is 2068 and Space Command has been sending astronauts to distant planets for many decades now. However, no child has ever been into space, and they need to understand how children will cope.

After a relentless application process, Sophie is thrilled to be chosen to lead the mission. She is joined by Sahil, a science wonderkid from India, Leena, an incredible pilot from Finland, and Jack, a genius engineer from USA. They are helped by Codey, the latest space exploration robot, and Biggles the dog, who’s main skill is making people feel happy.

The children knew they would be the first kids in space, but they had no idea their journey would turn into the greatest adventure in human history.

This uplifting story inspires children to believe they can accomplish things that adults can only dream of and overcome the greatest of challenges. It provides us all with hope.

REVIEWS
“This is the perfect read for kids and adults like. It was fun, inspiring, and especially empowering for young girls with dreams of doing something big with their life.” 4/5
Ariel – TheBookView.com, book blogger,
https://thebookview.com/space-kids-the-journey-of-hope-review

“It made me feel really happy that middle-grade books nowadays are inclusive and not just in a way to add supporting characters from marginalised sections. 5/5”
Alex – The shadow girl, book blogger,
https://alextheshadowgirl.wordpress.com/2020/06/24/space-kids-the-journey-of-hope-by-alan-nettleton-by-alan-nettleton/

“The author’s creative juice drips from every single page. If it could excite a full-grown adult like me, I’m very sure that the children would find it the same way. 5/5”
Siddharth C, Book reviewer
https://reedsy.com/discovery/book/space-kids-alan-nettleton

“I wanted to show my boy that the stars and science and tech in general are the future and can be a massive source of inspiration and ambition for him. A side benefit was reinforcing that a woman (well, girl in this case) is just as likely to be the leader as any man. He loved the story, absolutely enticed even though there were some tricky concepts for a 6 year old to understand. But he got the gist of it and most of all just couldn’t wait to hear the next problem the kid team would come up against and how they managed to solve their way through it – offering his own thoughts along the way too of course. 5/5”
Adam Hosier, parent

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Game Space

Trapped Inside Alien Video Game. SEND HELP!

When Leo moves to Colorado, he uncovers a secret hidden beneath his grandfather’s hilltop observatory – a crashed UFO with an alien game on board. Forty years ago, Grandma Alice fell into the virtual world and vanished. Grandpa John has searched for her ever since.

Leo’s grandfather asks him to guard the game while he’s away. Now determined to solve the mystery of his missing grandmother, Leo goes inside. He believes he’ll captain a spaceship, but finds himself surrounded by a decimated fleet and in real danger.

To survive, Leo must win over a new group of friends. That won’t be easy, as one of them is deeply suspicious of him. Leo has no choice but to adapt quickly. However, the smallest misstep could mean losing his family, and his life…

**Suitable for Ages 15 to 500

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Noctilucents 1: Martian Blood

Noctilucents 1: Martian Blood - ASIN B088QLSFWT

When the Prometheus exploded, everything changed. The ship was meant to retrieve a team of colonists from Mars. Instead, it ushered in a decade of chaos and left the colonists stranded.

For all sixteen years of his life, Tom has known nothing but the red dirt of Mars and the cramped research base he calls home. That and stories of Earth, a silent blue dot in his sky. As the base’s resources dwindle and tensions between the surviving colonists run high, Tom makes a promise to himself: he’ll get to Earth or die trying.

Sophia Kasparov, daughter of the AI expert behind the Prometheus, triggers a global media frenzy when she accidentally reveals her father’s plans to launch a rescue mission to Mars. Support for the controversial mission is hard to come by, especially when it’s opposed by the ruthless anti-spaceflight eco-fundamentalist Cita Stone. As Sophia struggles to navigate the political chaos surrounding the mission, she uncovers a fifteen-year-old mystery that could change everything – the truth about the Prometheus disaster – and discovers that her father will risk everything for his plans, even her.

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Space For Kids: Children’s Book About The Journey to 13 Planets In Our Solar System

Help your kids do the first step into science with no boring facts making them falling asleep.

What if a single book became the first step for your kid to discover science in its most trending branch – astronomy? What if there was a chance to entertain your little cutie pie who keeps asking “why?, while also learning awesome facts?

Here’s what readers are saying about this entertaining, yet memory-training space book for kids:

My juniors love the smiley planets and fun facts, this one definitely keeps them interested” — Darla Palmer

My son really enjoyed illustrations, nice and large, and what a joy – Pluto considered to be a dwarf planet in this astronomy book, not the one of 9!” — Frank Hart

This is the best kids Solar System book, introducing planets reminds introducing relatives here. My 4 y.o. granddaughter seems to know the story by heart, it’s just long enough to give all the facts but short enough to keep her interested” – Janice McDaniel

Watching the night sky, Kimmy and Jimmy can’t help but wondering: what is out there in space? Find out about little astronauts’ adventures in space and how things they learned about our Solar System can be turned to fun home activities.

Your kid will love this space travel book, because:

  • it’s not wordy, but gives fun and handy facts about planets and outer space exploration
  • illustrations made professionally and with love
  • it gives an explanation what the night sky is, as well as a chance to use imagination with no limits

Buy this kid astronaut book NOW to introduce the space science to your little one without boring and wordy facts!

Scroll up to the top this page, and click on the yellow “BUY NOW” button to get your copy!

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The Titan Sky

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A company is poised to gain global power. Three civilian volunteers compete for the job of making the trip to a distant planet where they will claim mining rights for a rare and precious material. As they train for the dangerous mission, internal and outside forces seek to gain access to them. Some want to steal the cutting-edge technology, others to corrupt candidates and sabotage the mission. Competitors race to launch their own ships, but only McKinnon Ventures has Dex, a mining robot driven by extraordinary artificial intelligence created by a haughty technology prodigy. The selected volunteer will earn millions and the everlasting fame, but won’t get the chance to enjoy either prize. The mission calls for only Dex to return. For the human, it’s a one-way trip. To succeed, they must work together, as neither can complete the mission on their own.The outcome could change the global balance of power, and impact billions of lives. Everything depends on what occurs under The Titan Sky.

The Snake That Ate Its Own Tail

? The Snake That Ate Its Own Tail – A Short Story From Dystopity ?

In the year 3220, a ruthless multi-global holding company called the Syndicate rules the known worlds through a series of proxy corporations. On the lush green planet of Tremaine, a group of corporate mercenaries have kidnapped the lovely princess Diahsees in an attempt to finally force their king into submission, allowing the Syndicate to finish taking control over every aspect of Tremanian life in total domination of the planet.

Micah Jovich, a veteran mercenary and brilliant computer scientist and programmer takes charge of the Transition, an interstellar battleship with the help of his trusty android and protector Debian. Micah and Debian along with the help of Diahsees give it their all to deliver the final finishing blow to the Syndicate and wrestle back independent control of Tremaine’s little corner of the quadrant.  As if anything were ever that easy, the ruthless chief occupation officer of the Syndicate, Trilian Six, expertly captures Micah sending all their plans into a tailspin. 

Debian and Diahsees are placed in a difficult situation and forced to use every single trick in the book to save Micah his creator and restore freedom to the citizens of Tremaine. The entire future of the galaxy rests in their hands as they desperately try to save Micah and restore balance to the quadrant.


About the Author

Adric Laser (born March 07, 1983) is an American novelist, critic, public speaker, essayist, and columnist. He writes in several genres but is known best for his literary contributions in the science fiction genre. His full length novel Dystopity – The One-Eyed Man (2020) and the shorts associated with the series A Rebel Was Born (2020), The Snake That Ate Its Own Tail (2020) and Redrum on Reba (2020) made the franchise a huge success.


Laser was born in San Francisco, California and grew up in Seattle Washington. Laser’s works have been influenced by classic literature, popular fantasy, and science fiction; he often uses tropes from genre fiction. His background working in the entertainment industry gave him a strong character-focused approach, which many say contributed to the realism in his published works. His fiction often features characters that are highly skilled while at the same time coming from very troubled backgrounds and are forced to make difficult choices, often with odds that affect the lives of many.


Laser’s experience as a teacher of English and History to secondary students in Southeast Asia gave him a profound opportunity to better understand the motivations of a more youthful generation. As such, this is why his writing is so appealing to younger generations. He has written three books on creative writing and is a prominent member of the Furry Writers Guild, a group dedicated to promoting quality writing in anthropomorphic fiction and informing, elevating and supporting its creators.

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Athena: Tales of Love, Magic, and Sheer Madness

At last, it’s here!

The very first anthology of Dastaan World …

Sixteen of the finest and most underrated writers gather from around the world. Each of them weaves a tale that would entangle you and not let you go till you’ve devoured every word of it.

Intriguing characters, shocking plot twists, and climactic endings will leave you playing these stories out in your mind for days after you’ve read them.

Discover:
•What secrets await Effigy after her father loses her in a game of poker?
•Why are Alijah’s parents disgusted at his plans to save his family from the Magi?
•How will Norris deal with his wife’s dead body in his car?
•And much more …

This collection of short stories features both real-world and fantastical settings, ranging from the Appalachian Mountains in North America to the Faraway Hills of Africa to realms mankind has yet to discover and explore.

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From This Green Earth: Looking Outward

Much has been said about the positive effect of the photos of Earth obtained by Apollo 8, which for the first time showed our planet as a globe, a fragile refuge amid barren surroundings, and thereby launched the environmental movement. The negative impact–the subconscious apprehension resulting from realization that space is an actual place containing little that’s familiar to us and perhaps much that we’d rather not meet—is not spoken of. But it may be no less significant. Could this be one of the reasons why widespread interest in space died so soon after the first moon landing?

For the past fifty years space advocates have been puzzled and frustrated by the slowness of progress in space and the failure of the public to grasp its importance not only to the future of humankind, but to the preservation of Earth’s environment. But is it really cause for discouragement? In this book Sylvia Engdahl argues that in the light of history, it’s not surprising that acceptance of a new outlook on the universe is slow. All past human advances have been made by visionary minorities without the support of their contemporaries, and our transformation into a spacefaring species will be no exception.

This book also includes all of Engdahl’s earlier essays about space, such as “Space and Human Survival,” which has been popular on the Web for nearly twenty years, plus new ones about the priority of Mars and the question of whether we’ll ever meet hostile aliens. In addition, an Appendix contains the quotations from her Web page “Space Quotes to Ponder” about why a presence in space is vital to humankind.

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Rise of the Protector

AT SEVENTEEN, Jinx is doing a below-average job of staying out of trouble.

In her defense, being the first and only reject from the Virtual World she was born to enter was a bit of a bummer.

While every other denizen on her space station trains for their future life in the VR (a virtual reality designed for discovering higher wisdom and recording it), Jinx prepares for Galactic Release by shifting her trouble-making into overdrive.

When she isn’t sneaking into restricted areas, she’s devising ways to check on, Laris — the only denizen she cares for.

But when the space station’s VR goes into lockdown, trapping Laris and thousands more, Jinx is pulled into a mystery. Her race to uncover the truth reveals galactic thugs hunting her kind, an annoying zealot undermining her every move, and a hazardous virtual landscape to navigate.

So yeah, Jinx has got her hands full.

Fortunately, she’s got a waggish geek and an ice cream addicted tween AI who’ll risk their backsides to make sure she fulfills her so-called destiny. Not to mention a few new powers that’ll come in handy . . . if she can stay alive long enough to discover them.

Fingers crossed she’ll master her inner hero. The survival of Laris, humanity, and all organic life depends on it.

But hey, no pressure. She’s got till the end of the day.

REVIEWS
If you like a kickass heroine with a sense of humor and a dash of snark, well then, meet Jinx.

I love Jinx. The prose is excellent. The emotion is so often exquisitely handled. The ideas are fun, especially the crossbreeding between the spiritual and the science fictional. The dialogue is crisp and often hilarious, and I got very emotionally invested. — Amy Bennet, Former Locus magazine editor and critically acclaimed and agented novelist.

I LOVED your story. Absolutely riveting! The characters were vibrant, relatable, and easy to like, and your storyline was creative and engaging. You are truly a gifted writer with a strong sense of humor! I can’t wait for more. — India, Fiverr.com Review

OBSESSED. This has been an absolute JOY to read. Such a great story! The writing was incredible. Seriously, it was so fun to read and well-done. I loved the story! — Alex, Fiverr.com Review

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