Intelligent Design: Revelations to Apocalypse - Finally...two science fiction novellas together in one book...
    Intelligent Design: Revelations is a science fiction novella published in July 2014 by AIA Publishing that won silver at the Foreword Reviews 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year. Revelations starts sixty five million years ago revealing new worlds, great technologies and the efforts of superior beings trying to save several species of hominids. Come forward to present days, there are only a trusted few humans that know that Earth is not the only planet in the solar system that has sapient life. The truth of our origins and greater threats and plans to come will test human resolve. And it will all fall onto two women.
    Intelligent Design II: Apocalypse picks up from where Revelations leaves off, with more answers that are far darker than the questions. 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 design, the Jovian planet is about to ignite into a sun. The civilizations of Mars, Earth and Terra are now at risk from the cataclysmic effects of an impossible astronomical anomaly. Critically acclaimed and recipient of the Readers' Favorite Five Stars Review, Apocalypse reveals all truths, including a hints of yet another civilization in the Sol System.

Intelligent Design: Revelations to Apocalypse was rated as Amazon's “Hot New Release” in December 2015 reaching #2 in literature & fiction, fantasy category for adults, while reaching #22 in the top 100 ranking in science fiction & fantasy, anthologies & short stories categories.


(Published by J.M. Erickson on October 28, 2015; can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords; (MOBI Format) 978-1-942708-13-1 & (ePub Format) 978-1-942708-14-8) 
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) 
It is a strange, new world…The year is 2137 and Earth is united into one global organization governed by Central Corporate Command & Mainframe Control. People on the surface are primarily urban dwellers in great cities focused on various business operations that keep the world economy going. The surface citizens are organized in ranks based on their levels of productivity, expertise, and efficiency. These attributes are valued while other emotions are seen as disruptive and distracting. Gabriel Lawless is part of that corporate world and he does not fit in.
      Two miles below the surface, Deep Station Power Plant Six provides the surface dwellers all the power they need. Boss Maria Henry manages her underground city of fifteen thousand miners who prefer their lives of work, freedom, and emotions far away from surface dwellers. All is well until a military intelligence team arrives unexpectedly from the lunar colony bearing startling news: the rogue planet hurtling toward them will pass outside their solar system as predicted a century ago, but the size and nature of the lone planet does not comply with the laws of time, space, and nature of this universe. Worse, the dark planet is already pulling at the sun’s energy while still five years away.
      With central command and the surface dwellers seemingly not caring about these discoveries, Maria makes the decision to prepare of the worst-case scenario. But will she have time?
      Rogue Eventis a collection of six integrated science fiction short stories presented in under a hundred pages. The story arc looks at the approach of a massive rogue planet hurtling past our solar system from five very different perspectives. While collision is not possible, danger on a global scale is probable.
(Published by J.M. Erickson on January 16, 2016; can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble (ISBN 978-1-942708-09-4) and Smashwords; (MOBI Format) 978-1-942708-19-3 & (ePub Format) 978-1-942708-20-9 ) 


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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)

Birds of Flight Books: One, Two & Three

Albatross  - March 8, 2017

Raven - March 24, 2017

                                   Eagle - April 11, 2017

Birds of Flight  - Books Four & Five  2014 - 2016


J. M. Erickson Publishing began with the launch ofFalcon from the Birds of Flight series and branched out into science fiction and other genres.

Falcon: Birds of Flight - Book Four - Falcon is the fourth installation of the action/adventure series Birds of Flight. In the previous book, Eagle, Alexander J. Burns was captured by Eric Daniels' men to be brought back alive for interrogation. Finally, the truth will be revealed and most of the loose ends will be tied. Years after Burns, Falcon 5, destroyed the Foreign Intelligent Agency, he sits in the back seat of a car in a drug induced state with little chance of escape, hurtling to his interrogation and probably execution.
(Published by J. M. Erickson on December 31, 2014; can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords; ISBN: 978-1942708001)


Flight of the Black Swan- is an action/adventure novella from theBirds of Flight series. Departing from the full novel format, this novella takes off right where Falcon left off with action and unresolved questions. Based on the series' rich storyline, complex plot, and layered characters, this novella assumes that the reader has read the four prior books -Albatross, Raven, Eagle andFalcon. In just under hundred pages, we better understand Alexander Burns's involvement in the Black Swan's emergence. At the center of the "storm and stress" are the enigmatic Alexander Burns and the eccentric though brilliant Rachael Margarita Janeson.
(Published by J.M. Erickson on February 28, 2015 ; 81 page novella; retail on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords; ISBN: 978-1942708032)


      The Prince: Lucifer's Origins - This is a science fiction story of a young Prince Victor Venture who would prefer to remain on his university world to read and learn. Instead, he is called upon by the Royal Family to serve on his brother Jason's court. Another royal brother, Prince Ramsey, fearing that the two of them will form an alliance sets out to kill the young prince. The attempt is thought to be successful when Victor is marooned on a hostile planet. But this planet, “Hell,” has many secrets. Instead of dying, he changes into a force of nature. A classic story of adaption, survival, and good versus and evil, the lessons of loyalty, family and courage in all its forms reveal themselves.
(Published by J.M. Erickson on May 19, 2015; can be found on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords; ISBN: 978-1942708063)

      The Prince: Lucifer's Origins rated as Amazon's “Hot New Release”in June 2015 reaching #3 in science fiction, steampunk category for teen and young adult eBooks, while reaching top 20 in steampunk & cyberpunk categories. The Prince kindle version broke into the top 100 ranking in steampunk, cyberpunk and dystopian categories.
      Also Recommended by US Review of Books