Archive | July 2021

TITANIUM FLOW, my Collection of Science Fiction Short Stories

This has been a crazy year for all of us. I launched book #6 in my Kelsey Porter series with the release of THE JOURNEY BACK and now I’ve been playing around with a few other novels done in my computer that I haven’t published yet.

One of my novels that doesn’t get a lot of love, but really should, is my science fiction short story collection called TITANIUM FLOW. Gosh, I love these stories and I think they’re some of my best work. Some of these tales are sweet romance sci-fi, some speculative sci-fi and some hard science fiction. Some were featured in magazines and rights were returned to me as well, so these are some strong tales. And at 99 cents, I feel like it offers such a great read. Not to mention, I get a ton of compliments on this book, though there are only 6 reviews on Amazon, which is startling. It’s so very hard to get someone to write a review. They are so much more comfortable just to side IM me vs put it on the web for all to see. But, reviews are incredibly helpful.

Here’s the blurb on Amazon for just some of the short stories in the collection:

TITANIUM FLOW: It was supposed to be a simple mission. Mine the titanium on a deserted world and return it to earth. No one knew they wouldn’t be alone.

In A BAD DAY AT SCHOOL, find out what was in that jar that little Roger brought to school and why it terrified everyone.

In THE GARDEN, discover why a loving husband has walled up a section of his garden in the back of his property. And why he refuses to let anyone go near it.

And in THE FLIP, you learn how very important it is to drink all your tea… because if you don’t, you might simply disappear.

This collection will scratch all the sub-genre itches, from hard science, to speculative fiction, to romance. Discover a new favorite sci-fi genre today!

Happy reading!