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The Lies of Belial, and other stories
Welcome to the newest collection from prize winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine. This collection gives you Erwine's 13 newest stories since the publication of the enormous tome, Manic Musings of a Maniacal Mind. In this collection you'll find five of his Solar Federation stories, two stories from Nomadic Delirium Press' Divided States of America series, and six independent stories, including the never before published title story.
Journey to distant planets, explore possible grim futures, and have your mind twisted around in a way that only Erwine can do.
Marionettes on the Moon, and other stories
Do Humans control their destiny, or are they merely victims of the circumstances that surround them?
A collection of short stories from prize winning SF author J Alan Erwine examines whether we have freedom of choice, or are merely puppets on strings subject to the whims of the universe.
This newly reworked version of Marionettes on the Moon features the original 13 short stories, plus two recent releases.
Tales of Space Exploration and Discovery
For decades, J Alan Erwine has been writing stories about space exploration and discovery...now all of those stories are gathered into one massive tome. Travel the far reaches of space, or explore the solar system with him. Some of the stories are dark, some are optimistic, but all of them are uniquely his. This collection also features the first four stories in Erwine's Solar Federation Series.
Lowering One's Self Before Fate, and other stories
More than 20 years ago, ProMart Publishing released prize winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine's first short story collection. Now as Erwine establishes himself as an indie author, read that collection in a new and improved format. Journey back and see where Erwine's warped view of the universe started.
Manic Musings of a Maniacal Mind
For more than two decades, editors have been publishing the works of J Alan Erwine, exposing you, the reader, to the dark recesses of the author's mind. Now, all of those stories have been combined together into one massive tome. Get a glimpse into Erwine's grim view of the future, and explore the universe from his slightly off-kilter point of view. Visit the planets, the stars, the scary places in the human mind, but make sure you're wearing a seatbelt, because you never know where Erwine might take you next...
Tales of Twisted Realities
Science fiction author J Alan Erwine has always had a twisted view of reality, and now he's chosen to share that twisted view with his readers. This collections features stories about an astronaut who has suffered brain damage and can no longer distinguish between the realities in his mind and the realities of the world...a man obsessed with the concept of entropy and what it might be doing to our universe...the last man on Earth trying to cope with his dilemma, but is he really the very last man on Earth...a pothead netrunner who can't decide what's more important to him, his pot, or his work...a soldier who is slowly going crazy and is sent to a computer therapist, but which one of them is actually crazy and parents who hear their child begging to die, and are then shocked when the devil shows up to grant the child his wish. These six stories will have you questioning what reality is, and what we can possibly do with it.
Tales of Dystopia
J Alan Erwine's Tales of Dystopia brings you six bleak futures that hopefully will never be possible. Are the stories dire predictions, or warnings of futures possible? It's the author's sincere hope that none of these stories will be taken as a blueprint for the future, but with the way the world seems to be going...he can't be too sure...
Tales of Interstellar Space
Welcome to fifteen stories from prize winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine. Be prepared to explore a variety of locals throughout interstellar space. You'll find wars, exploration, aliens, humans struggling to survive...and sometimes failing, and sometimes succeeding...but more than anything, you'll find yourself questioning what's possible...
Tales of the Solar System
Seven stories from prize winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine that look at possible futures for our species throughout the solar system. Some stories are optimistic, most see us carrying our Earth-bound limitations into the future and out to the planets. These may be cautionary tales, but no matter what, they'll leave you feeling that humanity does indeed have a future of exploring our solar system...if we can learn to survive on Earth.
Tales of the Earth and Moon
Seven stories from award winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine that explore the future of both the Earth and the Moon. Stranded astronauts, intelligent dolphins being used by the government, a soldier struggling with orders he knows he shouldn't have followed, lovers waiting for the end of the world, politics even dirtier than what we're seeing in the modern world (maybe), a man resurrected because he wanted to see the future, but now feeling very much alone, and manipulation on the moon. These are the stories that are waiting for you in this collection.
Tales of Mars
Three stories from prize winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine that are set on the planet Mars. A soldier set on crushing a rebellion begins to question his own loyalties once he's captured by the "enemy. "One woman fights to save microbial life in Valles Marineris. And a young woman forced into a bad life because of her race suddenly finds herself to have abilities she never could have expected...abilities that might just be able to save her people.
Seedlings on the Solar Winds, and other stories
America as a fascist state, soldiers driven to terrorism, insane computers, insane humans, insane aliens, these are just some of the things waiting for readers in the pages of this new collection from prize winning science fiction author J Alan Erwine.Seedlings on the Solar Winds contains sixteen stories that will have readers questioning what reality really is, and wondering what the future of humanity might be.
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