Time is for Dragonflies and Angels
2017 Best Indie Book Award for Novella category
Gold Medal Winner of Readers' Favorite 2017 International Book Awards
Finalist for 2017 Next Generation Indie Book Award
Foreword Reviews Announces Finalists for 2016 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards
Time is for Dragonflies and Angels is a collection of flash science fiction and novellas that embraces the ideas of multi-universes and dimensions, critical decisions and judgments, and human struggles associated with racism and dystopian societies.
Publisher: J. M. Erickson (author), Suzanne M. Owen (editor), and Cathy Helms – Avalon Graphics, LLC (cover designer), e.B.Format (book format)
ISBN - 13: 978-1-942708-24-7 (ePub)
ISBN - 13: 978-1-942708-25-4 (Softcover)
Publication Date: October 3, 2016
Pages: 211 pages
Time is for Dragonflies and Angels made #1 on Amazon's "Hot New Releases" in the Teen & Young Adult categories, science fiction-steampunk genre; reached #4 in the "Top 100" in the same category and steampunk genre and #6 in the "Top 100" in the science fiction-anthologies & short stories genres.
Future Prometheus: The Series
The series rated as #1 in Amazon Best Seller in Science Fiction's Steampunk category, #5 in Anthologies & Short Stories and #30 in Space Marine category in July 2018
2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards - Finalist
2016 Best Indie Book Contest - Finalist
"Our awards program is known as the 'Sundance' of the book publishing world," says Catherine Goulet, Chair of the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards program.
Contributor(s): J. M. Erickson (author), Suzanne M. Owen (editor), and Cathy Helms – Avalon Graphics, LLC (cover designer)
Publication Date: November 13, 2015
Synopsis: In the tradition of dystopian science-fiction, the Future Prometheus 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.
What if our existence was just a level in the cosmic computer game we call "life?" There is no death that is final unless you don't have an "interesting life." And if life is not lived to the fullest you could be deleted. Dr. Melanie Sage and Robert Cobb get a glimpse of the code that happens after life; deletion or level up. That is the question.
Publisher: J. M. Erickson (author), Suzanne M. Owen (editor), and Cathy Helms – Avalon Graphics, LLC (cover designer), e.B. Format (book format)
ISBN - 13: 978-1-942708-49-0 (ePub)
ISBN - 13: 978-1-942708-50-6 (Softcover)
Publication Date: February 21, 2018
Pages: 73 pages
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 October 27, 2015; available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Smashwords; (MOBI Format) 978-1-942708-13-1 (ePub Format) 978-1-942708-14-8; Paperback: 978-1-942708-15-5
Future Prometheus II: Revolution, Successions & Resurrections
Foreword Reviews 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards - Gold
Contributor(s): J. M Erickson (author), Stacee Gravelle Lawrence (editor), Suzanne M. Owen (editor), and Cathy Helms – Avalon Graphics, LLC (cover designer)
Publisher: Outskirts Press
Publication Date: May 14, 2014
Jose Melendez leads his new team to form alliances with a militaristic matriarch and the natives called "Americans" to confront a cybernetic army committed to the destruction of the human race. Lessons from a distant war comes full circle as the final conflict begins.
Intelligent Design: Revelations
Foreword Reviews 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards - Silver
Contributor(s): J. M. Erickson (author), Tahlia Newland (editor), and Cathy Helms – Avalon Graphics, LLC (cover designer)
Publisher: AIA Publishing
Publication Date: July 14, 2014
A science fiction thriller that starts sixty five million years ago revealing new worlds, great technologies and the efforts of superior beings trying to save a new species called humans. Finally, the truth of our origins and greater threats and plans to come will test human resolve. And it will all fall onto two women.
The Prince: Lucifer's Origins
Shelf Unbound 2016 Indie Book - Runner Up
2016 Best Indie Book Contest - Semi-Finalist
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.
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
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Pages: 294 pages
Publisher: J M Erickson (May 19, 2015)