FAQ’s Answered #5 Does Space Really Suck?


Today in a series of replies to FAQ (frequently asked questions) sent to me by fans (and sometimes not so much), I answer the question “Does space really suck?”

Being science fiction fans, I’m sure we’ve all read (or watched) stories about starships heading out into mysterious unknown parts of the galaxy – braving dangers both known and unknown, and sometimes getting shipwrecked, and perhaps more often, watching shipmates getting caught and eaten by strange aliens with big teeth (and even bigger appetites)… right?

I’m pretty sure, if it were you (or me) in that position, it would suck! More

“High Steaks” – Quantum #6


Troubled times have come to the small backwater Terran Colony planet of Deanna – and having amusing names for its sun (Ramalama) and two moons (Ding and Dong) have not made this quaint little world immune to bad things – not even having a small moon famous for falling down occasionally… and bad things are indeed afoot. More

New Release: “Dead Beckoning” Book 3 in the Galaxii Series


A brand new re-release of “Dead Beckoning“, book 3 in the Galaxii Series by Christina Engela is now available!

After nearly two days of fierce fighting, the Battle of Turtle Island left the skies of the Corsair world darkened with their dead. In orbit, the remnants of the once feared Black Fleet drifted, blazing… while below, the Corsair civilization breathed its last. The Terrans had finally defeated the dreaded Corsairs.

Or had they?

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New Release: “Blachart” – Galaxii #1


I’ve been writing stories basically since I could hold a wax crayon, and this book is in that respect a milestone for me. Why? Well, you may ask that question, but the answer isn’t a simple one.

While you may recognize the name of this book, “Blachart“, you won’t recognize the cover! If you read it before, and were to read it again now, you would notice a few changes. For one thing, there are illustrations in color (eBook versions), and while the plot remains unchanged, the flow of events within are more refined and there is a good deal more story to it. The book is also a good deal longer than it was before – nearly twice the length as a matter of fact. This is book 1 in the Galaxii Series, titled “Blachart“, and the new version is now available via Lulu.com and Smashwords, and should be through their networks of retailers too, shortly.

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