They have anything they want…except a future. Meet the Scions of the Star Empire!
Share with someone…Christmas Eve on Friendship Station An original send-up by Athena Grayson (with apologies to Clement C. Moore, Coca-Cola, and astrophysics) ‘Twas the night before Christmas, all through the space station Not a creature was resting, or taking vacation. The techs shifted cargo from shuttle to ship While inspectors checked mass outside gravity’s grip. […]
You don’t have to leave this world to get great sci-fi romance, or get a chance to win exciting prizes from our little week-long tour of the science fiction romance brigade universe!
Share with someone…One of the most fun things I get to do as an Indie is follow my nose down whatever rabbit-hole it may take me. Caveat scriptor: doing so is probably going to lead you away from the stuff that makes you money or makes this a viable career choice, but part of my […]
Learn From My Fail
Huntress of the Star Empire was a huge learning experience for me. I’m immensely proud of all the lessons I learned getting it out there in all its forms.
I learned so much and really took great leaps in stride.
Micah has been separated from his captor, but not the neuro-collar that suppresses his psionic talents. His search has led him into the wilds of the rocky, crystal-laced canyons of the moon of Guerre, where he meets an old friend…and discovers a different side of Treska.
What characterizes a space opera dish is that the technology or advancement of civilization acts as a seasoning to the staple ingredients of interpersonal conflicts of the characters.
I couldn’t resist sharing a teaser from “Captivated,” Episode 2 of “Huntress of the Star Empire.”