Indie Superstars Storybundle now live

Indie Superstars Storybundle
The books in the Indie Superstars Storybundle

Indie Superstars Storybundle

The Indie Superstars Storybundle puts together a number of books from well-known self-published authors. It includes my ISF-Allion novel Juno Rising.

Crystalline Space – Dark Stars Trilogy Book 1 by A.K. DuBoff

“A refreshing approach to the genre. Crystalline Space sets the bar high as the first book in a series. This is a fun read with intriguing world-building and a compelling storyline. I look forward to where the Dark Stars trilogy takes us next.”– Amy J. Murphy, author of the Allies and Enemies series & Dragon Award Finalist

The Circuit – The Complete Saga by Rhett C. Bruno

“Bruno has crafted a complex, multi-dimensional story that combines the best of his genre with age-old truths—and quandaries—about humanity, politics, religion, family, and, yes, love.”– Portland Book Review

Corpsman – Women of the United Federation Marines by Jonathan P. Brazee

“Bravo Zulu (BZ) is the military code for a job well done. And a resounding Bravo Zulu is what Col. Brazee deserves for his latest Women of the Marine Corps books.”– Amazon Review

Juno Rising by Patty Jansen

“I love her characters, settings, plot twists, and the fact that she can switch from writing stories that are ‘pro’ ISF to stories that are ‘pro’ Allion (ISF and Allion being the two protagonists in these stories), and they are both as believable as can be.”– Amazon Review

Horde’s Challenge – Starbarian Saga Book 1 by Robert Jeschonek

“Robert Jeschonek has a flair for fast-paced, pulse-pounding combat scenes.”– William H. Keith, author of the Grey Death Battlemech novels

Red Team Alpha by Jay Allan

“I started reading this book because I have read every other book Mr. Allan has written and love them all. I don’t normally read prequels because they reference information you already know. Well I have to say, this book is great as a stand alone novel as well as a prequel to the Crimson World series. We find out that Mr. Stark is the same devious person he is in the other books, just younger. It kind of reminds me of the Tom Clancy Op Center series just in the future. If you like Tom Clancy, you will absolutely love this book.”– Amazon Review

Apocalypse Paused – Books 1-4 by Michael Todd

“Truly frightening sci-fi a la Michael Crichton. Believable characters, mind bending situations and monstrous creatures. Do not read this before bed, it’s nightmare inducing. Highly recommended!”– Amazon Review

Janissaries by Chris Kennedy

1.”A great start to a mil sci-fi series that I’m looking forward to diving further into. I definitely recommend it.”– Amazon Review

Element-X by B. V. Larson

Wow! This book felt like I was on one of those County fair rides where there is no control. I dislike those rides, but I LOVED this book. What a rush! The action barely let up for one minute, and I was hanging on by the seat of my britches all the way through.– Amazon Review

Exile by Glynn Stewart

“This fast-paced starfaring adventure succeeds with a thrilling mix of space battles and tender emotions.”– Publishers Weekly Starred Review of Exile

Flagship – A Captain’s Crucible Book 1 by Isaac Hooke

“Flagship by Isaac Hooke is a sci-fi novel that really blew me away. This was awesome! So much action, battle scenes, intrigue, suspense, aliens, and a powerful psychic. Love it!”– Amazon Review

Trevalyn Academy by James David Victor

“Well plotted, exciting read!”– Amazon Review

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