A Snippet From “Taking Control”, Book 2 In the Starchild Series

Keeping in mind that italics are telepathic communication. “You don’t get it, do you? We’ve been as much your prisoners since we captured you in that ravine, as you have been ours. We’ve protected you, fed you, guided you, clothed you. Rescued you! We haven’t had a choice. That’s what’s frustrating. We have no choice. […]

Kaphri discovers the world around her the hard way…

Fog clung to her skin and clothes, condensing and making her damp. The light of autumn dawn seeped weak and cold and she groaned, at last able to regain some semblance of clear consciousness. Water. Kaphri rolled weakly onto her belly and cupped her hands to scoop the lake water. She recoiled in sudden, repulsed […]

The Starchild Series

I’m getting to release the Starchild series with new covers (and a bit of a tweak to the content)! Here’s a little taste of the first book. Hope it makes you want more. Stand by for the re-issue! She still stood on the weathered stone of the tower heights. She knew that. The star-response only […]

Flashing Dark is available on Amazon and online at other popular sites.

A dashing female Han Solo and her “Chewy” co-captain meet all the aliens in Guardians of the Galaxy in this exhilarating space adventure. I’m thrilled to see my science fiction adventure, about a female space captain and her Tabisee partner, finagled into a dangerous mission by some dubious aliens, is getting very good reviews. https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/flashing-dark

I have a story in me that has been nibbling away at my time for several years. I think I have to give in and tell it…

Surrendering to the Inevitable… Saura was plastered to the view port, staring into an area of space that appeared to be empty of stars. Her ears were forward, almost quivering, and her eyes held a distant look. “Do you want to do this?” Deep diving the vasty, guiding a ship through space without maps of […]

The Floating World

Chapter 1 Contact You wouldn’t think a one-and-a-half meter tall Tabisee would pack enough punch to make an adult Human stumble backward, but Saura does. Don’t get too impressed: Human spacers are such lightweights that a mild shove from a grav-dweller will send us staggering. Part of the reason for that is we don’t resist. […]

Excerpt from Taking the Stars

I thought I would do something a bit different today. This is a clip from my fantasy novel. I’m putting up chapters on Wattpad. Since the whole trilogy is complete, I expect to post there regularly. I hope it piques your curiosity and you want to read more. 😊 You can find it under BobbieF, […]

Greg Shap’s Journal entry#13

All those glinting implants tracing over the surface of her skin, all that tech and there wasn’t room for one stinking comm link on or in her? She said she could not risk an external distraction while linked in to a ship. “War ship?” I ventured a guess. She nicked me lightly with a claw. […]

Greg Shap’s Journal entry#12

No matter what you have heard, everyone breaks under torture. Some EA Special Forces have a chip in their head that can cut off the pain center of the brain if agony reaches a certain level. It can even kill them under certain circumstances to protect what’s inside their head. But not a low-level grunt […]