The protagonist of 30th Century Escape is Captain Jennifer Hero, who leaves her task force from the thirtieth century to travel to Earth in 2015. Initially, she spends several months alone on the radioactive atoll of Moruroa until being discovered by a group of scientists. Her rescuers become her friends and so much more. But there is a lot that Jennifer has to hide from her new friends, including her past, her superior intellect, and her nanotech-enhanced abilities. This book is in both the science fiction and erotica genres so be prepared for Jennifer’s bisexuality and the lovers she finds unexpectedly. This book received the IRWIN Literary Award for Best Science Fiction Book of the Year for 2017 from the Book Publicists of So. California.
With no memory of why, or how many bodies have come before this, one thing is clear: she’s trapped and time is running out.
An ancient citadel looms over the barren land and a cruel sultan rules the scattered people. Edwina finds a new body, one real enough to feel human, and strong enough to challenge the sultan. But the android body comes with human weaknesses, and like the others it has a mind of its own.
When her allies begin to quarrel, Edwina must find a way to make empathy and hatred work together. To do that, she may just have to listen to what the android is telling her.
This is Station Atlas, where the fall of humanity is long forgotten, where history becomes fantasy, science becomes magic, and basic survival is high adventure in a strange, fragile world.
Diary of the Displaced is a genre-breaking saga that is part mystery, part scifi, part horror and part fantasy.
Set in a universe where creatures from the depths of Lovecraftian horror come up against blaster and shotgun wielding nomadic wanderers, it’s not like anything you’ve ever read before.
There is a place where nightmares are real. A dark and terrifying place that is hidden from the world we know, by borders that only the most unfortunate of souls will ever cross.
James Halldon woke up in the dark, alone.
No food. No water. No light. Almost no memories of his past.
Things moved in the darkness around him. Things that growled.
And daytime never seemed to come.
“Of all the places I had to end up, it had to be here.”
Short of solutions to their own problems, the world’s nations have surrendered what is left of their authority to GAIA, a global artificial intelligence network.
In the new world order designed by GAIA, where populations are parked in Metropolises and systematically brainwashed for more efficient control, a handful of people will take it upon themselves to organize the resistance.
Can they build the foundations of their movement in a world where those who resist GAIA are severely repressed?
Find out in Activation, the first volume in the GAIA book series.
Allies and Enemies Trilogy Box set features the two-time Dragon Award Finalist for Best Military Science Fiction Novel and has all the ingredients for a thrilling space opera adventure. Now with exclusive bonus content.
With a vivid cast of characters—kick-ass heroines, gnarly space pirates, powered armor and vicious cybernetically enhanced assassins— this series pulls you into a ruined galactic empire filled with undiscovered dangers. Firefly and Star Wars fans alike are sure to enjoy this fast-paced military science fiction adventure.
Allies and Enemies: Fallen, Series Book 1
2016 Dragon Award Finalist for “Best Military Sci-Fi Novel” & 2017 Kindle Book Award Finalist
Purpose-bred soldier of the vast and far-reaching Regime, Commander Sela Tyron is as subtle as a hammer. To hammers, any problem can look like a nail, but the solutions aren’t always that easy. When Sela is abandoned with her team on a planet full of insurrectionists, things get complicated…
Allies and Enemies: Rogues, Series Book 2
For renegade soldier Sela Tyron and her former captain, Jon Veradin, the Reaches were a chance at a fresh start and freedom from the all-conquering Regime. In this savage, hardscrabble region, ruled by the ruthless Guilds, the pair quickly find themselves in the crosshairs of scheming gangsters and their muscle-bound henchmen.
Allies and Enemies: Exiles, Series Book 3
2017 Dragon Award Finalist – “Best Military Sci-Fi Novel”
How would you like to start a war? Ironvale. Splitdawn. Poisoncry. Three bloodthirsty guilds that control the decaying corner of space known as the Reaches. Their precarious balance of power exists at a tipping point. One nudge and chaos reigns. Sela Tyron is willing to supply that nudge to help her partner, Jon Veradin, rescue his nuisance sister, Erelah. Even if it means trusting the traitorous Asher Corsair. Or turning herself into an assassin.
Quarter Finalist for The BookLife Prize in Young Adult fiction
“Cross Harry Potter and the gang at Hogwart’s with the gifted mutants at the Xavier Institute for Higher Learning from X-Men, and you get something like The Night People…This entertaining science fiction book for young adults addresses themes of loneliness, bullying, acceptance, and first love…The narrative also includes light touches of humor that its young audience will appreciate…” BlueInk Review
“A supernatural tale with engaging characters and psychic powers…Alexander builds a solid foundation for his psychic-teen tale by concentrating on his fictional universe’s more relatable qualities…a fine setup for a sequel.” Kirkus Reviews
“Alexander’s novel will have fans of horror and sci-fi squirming in their seats with both enjoyment and fear…the plot rapidly unfolds, hooking readers and not letting go…Alexander’s prose is clear, concise, and beautifully eloquent during the most nightmarish scenes…deftly provides creative backstories for each of the major players, which helps readers engage with them.” The BookLife Prize
“Compelling…a rare offering that successfully merges hard-driving action and arresting insight.” Foreword Clarion Reviews
The Night People, creatures from a parallel dimension, have individually preyed on human beings for centuries.
Now it’s only a matter of time until millions of them arrive and wipe out all life on Earth. Sixteen-year-old Kyle Tanner and a small group of uniquely gifted teenagers may be able to stop them before it’s too late. But someone–or something–is determined to kill them first.
Life isn’t easy in 1798 Ireland. Rebellions are rising across the countryside, and the English can be cruel overlords. However, this brutality hasn’t reached the country estate of Strokestown.
Theodosia Latimer and her grandfather Reginald are on a mission to discover the past. They’re determined to excavate some ancient mounds on the Strokestown estate. But when they discover an imprisoned goddess straight out of Ireland’s rich mythological history, they’re both amazed and frightened.
Tasked with integrating this primeval warrior woman into polite society, they develop both respect and fear for the powerful goddess. Will they be able to tame her lust for violence in the upcoming rebellion? Or will they fall victim to it?
A story of intrigue, love, battle and survival in a future world of titanic East-West conflict. It’s 2031.
The world is divided between hostile superpowers–East and West. Kantak Johnson, about to graduate from MIT and join the Air Force, hears classmate Harvey Jamison describe a new material he discovered in his Materials Science class. Kantak recognizes that the material can prevent detection by radar. But Harvey’s professor, no friend of America, also realizes the significance of the material, and he discloses it to the East. Kantak and Harvey are suddenly thrown into a world of international intrigue. Can the two students escape professional assassins? Can the West survive undetectable nuclear bombers?
The saga of the Johnson family ( introduced in The Sky Between Two Worlds) continues past the Great Oil War of 2034. Kantak and Luanne Johnson develop superior robots to help the West recover from the damage of war. Luanne enthusiastically takes over the family robot business in Alaska after her father Kantak moves to Canada to serve in the newly-formed North American Parliament.
But Luanne, protected by a special robot named James, faces difficult times. Fast-money speculators play rough. So does James. Human workers fear the robots will take their jobs, and old quarrels between East and West reignite conflict, this time using robot armies.
The robots, learning from history and experience, conclude that humans cannot be dissuaded from greed and war. They take appropriate action.
An ordinary undercover assignment on Sector Port 8 goes critical for Galactic Intelligence Agents Hunter and Trash when a peculiar encounter ends with a woman becoming deathly ill. Hunter, an experimental Human and Trash, his long-eared, horned partner, realize she is not one of the known species. When her condition worsens, they take her to the Alleviators of Clouded Vale, the galaxy-renown healers who raised Hunter. Things get even stranger when his adopted family promptly shuts them out.
Coming back to his childhood home as an experienced agent has Hunter seeing things he’d never noticed before. Their latest patient causes a dramatic shift in everything he had thought to be true. The ancient buildings and dusty libraries of Clouded Vale may hold the answer to centuries-old questions. Hunter is determined to find those answers without endangering the people he calls family.