After astrobiologist Jules Rammis returns to Earth after saving the Terran colony on planet Tartarus, he hopes to spend some time with his six-year-old daughter Lisa, who has inherited his telepathic skills.Their plans change when Jules is summoned to Halcyon to destroy a Terran ravager: the Dream Czar of Halcyon. Reluctant to take his daughter with him on such a dangerous mission, he soon learns that his new employer will not take no for an answer. But can Jules complete the mission while keeping her daughter safe, and rescue the inhabitants of Halcyon before it’s too late?Halcyon Nights is a standalone novel, and can be enjoyed even if you haven’t read other books in the series.
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While majoring in art in high school – yeah, they let us do that at Prospect Heights H.S. in Brooklyn, with nude models, too, I realized that the creative juices were flowing in a different direction: science fiction and fantasy writing. One evening when there was nothing good on TV, I took pen in hand and wrote a short science fiction story titled: The Aliens. “Well,” said I, “that wasn’t so hard,” having no idea how poorly written it really was, and how skewed was the science in the fiction. But it launched me into a love of writing and a passion to become the best writer possible.Success? How do you measure it? I’ve sold short stories. I’ve written ten novels. Nine of them are out there. The tenth, Satan’s Forge, the fifth book in the Star Sojourner series, is coming soon. The rest are selling as ebooks and paperbacks. Here’s the Star Sojourner list: Book One-The Loranth. Book Two-Halcyon Nights. Book Three-Spears of the Sun. Book Four-Blood of Denebria. My other two science fiction books are: The Empty Hands and Kraken’s Keep. Snowflake’s World is a children’s fantasy trilogy: Book One-The Deadly Sulphur Mine. Book Two-The Enchanted Portal at Haunted Lake. Book Three-The Quest for New Eden. I love writing the Star Sojourner series, though. I hope you’ll love the characters as much as I do. Michelangelo said it best. “My muse is a harsh mistress, and she never lets me forget that I was born to serve her.” I’ve been serving my muse for lo these many years.