If you want to try a different Sci-Fi with worldbuilding and alien romance, or you’re tired of the same superheroes with the amazing weapons, then try a story about real aliens. How they live, love and survive. They start as a naïve society that has everything. They live on a unique world that provides what they need, and when they ask a simple question, they are attacked and learn to defend themselves.
“Exciting world building, “In the same style as Dune, “Amazing imaginary world.” “Nice Alien Romance.”
Ilana … turned and looked up and almost shrieked at what she saw. There was a giant structure lowering itself from the sky of Varo. It made so much noise that Ilana’s hearing hurt, and it caused the soil to shake beneath her feet. The structure had tremendous clouds of smoke and flames coming from its bottom that lit the sky and ground around her it as it descended.
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Ray was born in New Hampshire, received his Bachelors of Science in Aeronautical Engineering from Arizona State University. Now retired from an influential, multi-decade career in aerospace,
Bringing a new voice to science fiction writing, Ray realized there was a niche that was calling him as he began to write deeper characters, create more sophisticated stories and realistic situations for Sci-Fi fans to relate to.
Initially attracted to heroic characters with powerful weapons taking on hundreds of aliens, Ray began his literary career with a desire to extrapolate Sci-Fi stories with a touch of everyday reality that most of us experience in work and our everyday lives.
His literary work is thoughtfully enriched by his decade long experience in the US Air Force where he flew C-130s on missions to 27 countries, and T-38s while training the best pilots in the world, as well as the first female US Air Force pilots.
During his 28 years at Northrup Grumman, Ray worked on some of the most top-secret military aircraft projects in the world including the F-23, F-35, B-2, Global Hawk and many more that can’t be named.
He is grateful to his wife, Charlene and his two daughters, Christine and Robynn for their support on this new journey.