My Science Fiction Realities

Welcome to my science fiction page! Here you'll find a list and brief description of my series and stand-alone sci-fi books! You can click on the widget on the right sidebar to go straight to the actual links at Amazon for my titles.

(Interstellar Dad Series)


Andrew Skyes would do just about anything to be a dad. Unfortunately, a twist of fate leaves him unable to conceive a child, making his life a nightmare. His wife Denise leaves him because of this. He can’t even perform well at work after the divorce. If he could just focus on making enough sales to keep his boss happy, he might turn things around for himself. While trying to score a sale outside of Santa Fe, New Mexico, Andrew’s jeep blows a flat. Just as a tow truck operator named Tucker comes to his rescue, a weird ship crashes in the desert. Curiosity getting the best of both men, they investigate the vessel, only to find themselves at the mercy of aliens known as the Ph’mleez. Confusion and fear lead to both men being zapped by one of the Ph’mleez’s strange devices.

Upon awakening, Andrew finds himself back in his apartment with no sign of Tucker or the aliens. But just as Andrew decides to go on with his life, he starts experiencing symptoms similar to morning sickness. Could Andrew be pregnant? Whatever happened to Tucker and the aliens? And through all of this, is Denise having second thoughts about their split? One thing’s for sure. Andrew probably won’t make employee of the month now.


Andrew Skyes, the Interstellar Dad, returns for an all-new adventure on board the Galactic Offspring, along with his ex-wife Denise, and Tucker Hitchman, the other guy who also got pregnant from a device called an embryo inducer. Fresh off the delivery of his infant son, Cooper, Andrew finds himself with the additional responsibility of learning about ship security. But how secure can an alien vessel be when everyone on board seems to have their own agenda?

When dissension rises among the ranks of the Ph’mleez crew, power hungry Malicos, the head of the Medical Chamber, kidnaps Cooper with Tucker’s help. As Cooper’s abductors steal a shuttlecraft, they set a course to the Stellar Daycare, a place where space-faring races see to the development of their young. After a chase through space, Andrew finds himself suddenly teleported to the Stellar Daycare. There he learns just how far Malicos will go to usurp command of the Galactic Offspring.

But is Malicos’ effort a mere cover for something else? If Malicos isn’t really responsible for all the chaos currently in Andrew’s life, then who is? And is there anyone in space that Andrew can completely trust?

(Stand-Alone Titles)

Optical Osmosis

It’s been said the eyes are the windows to the soul. What happens, however, when those windows crack? Tempe, Arizona resident Greg Gnops, is about to find out.

When an accident involving sunlight and a telescope alters Greg’s vision, he suddenly finds himself with a strange new ability that drains psychic fragments of a person’s soul from their body, killing his victim in the process. Despite trying to hide behind a pair of sunglasses, the slightest naked glimpse activates his power. And the next available appointment for a visit with an optometrist is weeks away at the earliest.

Meanwhile, Greg’s sister, Ashley, winds up spiraling out of control with a lack of a job, chronic drinking, and a boyfriend, Flint Kyles, who doesn’t seem the least bit interested in showing her any affection. When Ashley’s best friend, Dani Staras, beseeches Greg to help her persuade Ashley to leave Flint and regain some life stability, Greg’s efforts to lay low and avoid eye contact with people is thrown into peril.

Torn between wanting to help his sister and trying to keep anyone else from falling victim to his lethal stare, Greg turns to Serenity Fleace, a psychic who may not be what she appears. Can Greg figure out a way to stop absorbing people’s minds, or will Ashley’s latest drinking episode jeopardize Greg and everyone around him before he can get to the eye doctor?

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