My new Science Fiction novel, Colony, has been published. I’ve attached the stunning cover below, and you can buy a copy here.
Grandpa’s Deep Space Diner, which includes my story “Sugar and Spice and Everything Nice”, has been published! It’s an SF antho about food.
Link here, and I’ll leave you with the cover!
Cool news for today is that my story “To Swim Between Worlds” has been published in the March 2022 issue of Utopia Science Fiction.
I’m delighted that it’s out there for all to read – purchase link for the mag here.
Cool news for today is that my story “The Odinian Job” is up at Page and Spine. This is a short piece in a shared universe, but it stands alone, and I had a lot of fun writing it… Link here.
My story “To Swim Between Worlds” has been published in Utopia!
Andromeda Spaceways Magazine, which Includes my story “The Geezer Express” has been released. I’ve wanted to sell a story to ASM since I started writing, and now that it’s finally happened and my ASM story is in the wild, I’m delighted. Plus, check out the gorgeous cover!
Here’s what the publisher has to say about it:
Have Humans lost their Humanity, and Can an Artificial Intelligence Save Them?
The Tau Ceti colony is a Utopia, but tension lurks below the tranquil surface. The peace of the colony is shattered when the Unity spacecraft returns from Earth bearing shocking news.
Rome Permek, computer officer on the ship, returned with a stowaway: Emily Plair, an artificial intelligence from Earth’s cyberworld. But the colony is not the quiet refuge they hoped for. Some in the colony see her as a threat and will resort to anything to have her eliminated.
The colony erupts with the questions: Is artificial intelligence truly alive? What rights do they have? What constitutes a good life?
Follow Rome and Emily as they traverse the broken paradise colony, orbital habitats, virtual environments, and distant worlds.
This book is a sequel to the author’s novel Outside.
Cool news for today is that Alternative War has been published. This one includes my story “The High Road”, which I’m quite proud of.