Finalist in the Foreword Reviews 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year
Hidden planets, preexisting advanced civilizations, coexisting hominid species, and new revelations have all led to the end of days. Whether by twist of fate or by the hands of the Originators, the Jovian planet is about to ignite into a sun. In its wake, Master Architect Janus of Mars will need to warn both Earth and Terra about the profound, cataclysmic effects of such an impossible astronomical anomaly within the Sol System.
For wealthy German industrialist and philanthropist Christine Reich and her all-female assault group, Epsilon Team Six, it will mean forming unexpected alliances to save friends and wards. On Terra, former MIT doctoral candidate Andrea Perez will make the discovery of a lifetime—one that will alter the course of her adopted home and prove that there is more to “Hades” than the myth. Apocalypse picks up from where the award-winning Intelligent Design: Revelations leaves off, with more answers that are far darker than the questions.
(Published by J. M. Erickson on October 17, 2015; can be found on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, Samshwords; 978-1-942708-11-7)
Finalist in the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards
In the tradition of dystopian science-fiction, the Future Prometheus: The Series compiles five novellas into on full-length epic of a world where the science we know today has warped into masterful and terrifying ways.
Emergence begins with a mysterious pandemic that diminishes men's ability to think rationally making them terrifying killers. With women seizing power, a desperate pair of plans are developed – one is to keep the survivors safe behind the walls of mega-states, and the other requires finding unaffected men to re-populate the world.
Evolution follows both the growth of artificial persons' (APs) sapience as they find their footing in the bold new civilization, and the world altering effects of the sole surviving man from more than one hundred sixty years ago. Revolution finds the powerful mega-state Nemericana forming a defensive line against the formation of a powerful enemy – their own artificial persons gone rogue. And while Successions unveils shifting world powers with humanity balancing on the edge of extinction, Resurrections reveals the formation of unlikely alliances to fight the forces of evil culminating in one massive invasion on Judgment Day – June 6th 2175.
(Published by J.M. Erickson on November 13, 2015; can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble (ISBN 978-1-942708-16-2) and Smashwords; (MOBI Format) 978-1-942708-17-9 & (ePub Format) 978-1-942708-18-6)
Birds of Flight Books: One, Two & Three
Albatross, Raven & Eagle - All Revised in 2017