Tammy Salyer

Biography

Tammy is an inveterate verbarian who spends her day surrounded by the written word, both hers and others'. As an ex-paratrooper with the 82nd Airborne Division, her stories are often as gritty as a grunt's pile of three-week-old field gear. Her military science fiction novel Contract of Defiance is the first book in the Spectras Arise trilogy and debuted to acclaim in Spring 2012. Contract of Betrayal is the second in the trilogy, and the final book, Contract of War, completes it. When not hunched like a Morlock over her writing desk, Tammy runs and bikes silly miles in the playground of Southern California and spends an inappropriate amount of time watching Henry Rollins videos on YouTube. Feel free to visit her blog {www.tammysalyer.com} and sign up for her newsletter or stop by and say hi on Twitter @TammySalyer.

She hopes you enjoy reading her works and welcomes your reviews.

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Books

Spectras Arise Trilogy: Omnibus Edition
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Price: $6.49 USD. Words: 258,520. Language: English. Published: February 5, 2015. Category: Fiction » Adventure » Action
In a few hundred years, the Algol system becomes humanity’s new home. The question is: Is it a better one? Contract of Defiance, Contract of Betrayal, and Contract of War follow former Corpsmember Aly Erikson and her crew of anti-Admin smugglers through ever-escalating life-and-death adventures and the trials of a living on the side of liberty and freedom—whether they agree with the law or not.
Conviction: A Spectras Arise Novella
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Price: Free! Words: 28,580. Language: English. Published: November 22, 2014. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Military
Trusting others is your first mistake. In this prequel to the popular Spectras Arise Trilogy, readers get an intimate look into the events that led Aly and David Erikson on their path from decorated and dedicated soldiers to black-market arms smugglers, and ultimately, to rebels against the Political and Capital Administration of the Advanced Worlds.

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