The Ares Initiative
Translocator Trilogy Book 3
Archaeologist Eliana Fisk helped expose a false god and end his reign of terror. Now, he’s coming for the people of Earth. And he’s hungry for revenge.
So you missed the first two books? No problem!
The Auriga Project
Ripped from Earth in a horrifying teleportation accident, archaeologist Eliana Fisk finds herself stranded on a strange planet whose denizens want her as a human sacrifice.
The Alien Element
The question of how a tribe of ancient Mayans ended up living on a distant planet continues to haunt archaeologist Eliana Fisk, but Amon won’t let her anywhere near the Translocator after what happened last time.
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From the Blog
4 weeks ago
Stoked that I got to have Steve Statham on to talk about gods in science fiction. Steve’s a great guy and he writes a hell of a space opera. Our conversation today was sparked because I read his book, Gods and the City. The topics we covered range from mythology to history to our obsession […]
1 month ago
This is the first SFF book club interview! I got a chance to sit down and chat with K. Gorman, author of the space opera series, The Eurynome Code. We talk about science fiction, inspirations, humor, and the first book in her space opera series, Black Dawn, which was featured in the book club just […]
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M.G. Herron is a science fiction and fantasy author based in Austin, TX. When he’s not writing fiction, he’s running content strategy for tech startups, sport climbing, and hiking in the woods with his dog.