Author has written 3 stories for Sci-Fi.
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-ex electrician & muso/vocalist-Traditional Metal (retired from both).
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I've set up base-camp here on FictionPress primarily for the posting of a sci-fi story that I'd originally started picking at several years ago, but subsequently left behind for a lengthy period. During the past few years, I'd written several 'original' character-driven stories set in the Elder Scrolls universe. All of those stories are effectively connected, both to one another and the universe that they take place in. As I'd suggest, not the kind of 'retelling' of all the same stories and same characters that seems perhaps sadly typically of many fanfic stories, but more 'original' stories taking place somewhat offstage from what has already been told.
Those TES stories can be found on the fanfiction sister site, posted under same author name (SuperGreG).
Regarding "Of Man and Gods: Alliance and Empire"
What's it about? I suppose that it's a somewhat eclectic epic sci-fi construct, with some fantasy elements viewed through a sci-fi lens. A somewhat naively idealistic civilisation comes into contact with another civilisation and together they seek to build a broader space-faring community. Certain things pass perhaps unexpectedly easily, while others not so easily at all, as alliances and empires rise and stumble.
Regarding "Of Man and Gods: Seeds of the Alliance"
Book Two picks up where Book One leaves off, continuing the tale upon the new world, where the 'seeds' of the old worlds are planted all in the one place over a lengthy period of time. Though now living as relative primitives, the descendants of the races of the old worlds are free to build a new world, without much of the influence of what came before. A very different paradigm will emerge over time.
Regarding "Of Man and Gods: Legacy Of The Alliance"
Book Three picks up some period of time after where Book Two leaves off, as those remaining few awaken to a world very unlike what they'd left behind. Though the world has long since moved on without them, other legacies of the old Alliance worlds remain as potential threat to the future ahead as destinies eventually converge and collide.
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