Paul J. Fleming
Paul was born and raised in Liverpool, England. Allegedly an author of tales based in the far future, quite obviously set within the Science Fiction genre, his style is easy-going and often deviates into rambling, but it all lends colour to the story being divulged and immerses the reader into a vibrantly colourful world of rocket ships and ray guns.
Children of Earth - Tales from the 23rd Century Book 1
When Captain John Maddox and his crew stumble across a colony of lost children, they become the only thing standing between freedom of the solar system and dominance by an artificial intelligence that's out of control.
Attacks against Martian corporate interests within the colonies of the Solar System begin to escalate, leading to the Martian fleet enacting a systematic purge of resistance groups within the Core Worlds who may harbour members of the group calling themselves the 'Children of Earth'.
The crew of the tramp freighter Erstwhile are on the run and soon find themselves drawn into a sequence of events which puts them squarely in the path of a plan to subjugate the people of the Core Worlds, devised and prepared for by the twisted Artificial Intelligence at the heart of the Children of Earth.
With the very freedom of the Core Worlds at stake, Captain Maddox has to deduce the real reason behind the attacks and the AI's desire to return to Earth before it is too late, for both him and the free citizens of the inner worlds.
Hijacked - Chronicles of the 23rd Century Book 1
In the 23rd century, the colonies on the inner planets of the solar system boast a diverse and colorful plethora of characters, each with their own tales to impart. These are the Chronicles of the 23rd Century.
For Solar Rangers Walker and Jenner, a simple prisoner transport duty aboard the inter-solar liner Stellar Fortune develops into a dangerous situation, when the ship is hijacked by a resistance group calling themselves the 'Earth Liberation Front'.
As events unfold with deadly consequences, a deception is uncovered which could change the future of the established colonies forever.