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Author Spotlight

Michael A Armstrong
Michael A. Armstrong has worked as a field archaeologist, a technical writer, and an instructor of composition, creative writing, and dog mushing. Since 2003 he has worked as a reporter for the Homer News..

Featured Series

The IX Series
Soldiers from varying eras and vastly different backgrounds, including the IX Legion of Rome, are snatched away from Earth at the moment of their passing, and transported to the far side of the galaxy. . .

Featured Title

High Couch of Silistra
Biology shapes reality…
One woman’s mythic search for self-realization in a distant tomorrow…
Her sensuality was at the core of her world, her quest beyond the civilized stars.
Aristocrat. Outcast. Picara. Slave. Ruler.

Best Selling Audio Book

The Sacred Band
Tempus and his Stepson cavalry rescue twenty-three pairs of Theban Sacred Banders to fight on other days, and return with them to Sanctuary ten years after the Wizard Wars end.

Best Selling Series

The Silestra Series
Welcome to Silistra, a glimpse of a far distant future wherein a civilization proclaims the greatest feat an individual can perform is to produce one child, yet distrusts the sciences that brought them to verge of extinction.

Best Selling Book

I the Sun
A biographical novel of the life and times of Suppiluliumas I, Great King of the Hittites from 1380 B.C.E.

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