Ever since I was a little kid I used to fly around my backyard pretending I was a Jedi Warrior or Federation Captain. When I say fly I mean run around pretending I was in a space ship.
Me and my friends used to take wooden rulers and paint and draw elaborate controls on them and these were our joysticks. We had X-wing fighters and USS star ships and we would spend hours exploring alien worlds and getting into dog fights. The good guys always won.
When I got a bit older I started to absorb everything I could about vampires, going through my own goth and vampire stage. I loved how cool they were and how they were sort of like super beings or demi-gods.
Not even werewolves could outfox vampires. These mysterious blood suckers were lurking around every dark corner of night, just waiting to pounce on unsuspecting victims.
And so now I write both science fiction and vampire horror stories because I still can't control my active imagination. I hope you enjoy my humble offerings. You can reach me at sylyntstorme at gmail dot com.
Killing Time is #10 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
Recently back from Nazi Germany and finally haven taken care of exterminating the werewolf known as Adolf Hitler and his pack, Lucius is once again looking for his son.
Dome of Bones is #10 in the Star Sails series.
Having not made contact with intelligent life from their previous mission, Captain Jack Stone and his crew on board the SS Asterias have firm orders from Star Ship Command that seeking first contact with intelligent life must be their ongoing focus.
Wolf's Blood is #9 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
After an aborted attempt at almost assassinating one of the most powerful werewolves (Adolf Hitler) that Earth has known, Lucius almost kills his son for the two attempts that Cage has taken against Lucius' life.
Fountain of Youth is #9 in the Star Sails series
Captain Jack Stone and his team have come out of neuroliptical training, relatively unscathed. In fact, they've come out alive. Their new ship is the SS Asterias and their first mission is to the Epsilon Eridani solar system.
Stories numbered 5, 6, 7 and 8 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series. This four pack includes the following 4 stories:
Death's Door: #5
Caged Heart: #6
Broken Heart: #7
Warmongers is #8 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
Well, the ransom hijack didn't go over as well as planned. Seems that Cage has now escaped from his father's saving graces. Though the rest of the Lafayette Killing isn't sure if Lucius is intent on saving Cage or killing him.
This Star Sails Four Pack Volume Two Includes the Following 4 Stories:
Tin Machines: #5 in the Star Sails' series
Brother's Keeper: #6 in the Star Sails' series.
Worm Turns: #7 in the Star Sails' series.
Earth Rise: #8 in the Star Sails' series.
Earth Rise is #8 in the Star Sails' series.
Faster than light flight is not going to get the crew of the SS Falcon home under 100 thousand years. But Scot Free has a genius idea. What about worm holes. There's a good chance that a worm hole will get them home quicker.
Broken Heart is #7 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
Coming up with 3 million dollars is a lot of money, and it's a lot of money to come up with even for a vampire worth over 100 million dollars. But when you're Lucius Lafayette, you have friends who can help you in a pinch.
Worm Turns is #7 in the Star Sails' series.
It's been 12 days. 12 long days since the crew of the SS Falcon left Earth. That means that they're late returning home. 5 days late to be exact, and they were told that they be fired upon if they entered the Solar System late.
Caged Heart is #6 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
The vampire Lucius Lafayette is recovering nicely, but he is still weak and needs more quenching of blood before he can get his full strength back.
He must decide what will come of his youngest son who has been banished by his wife.
Captain Stone and his crew of the SS Falcon are still trying to figure out how to get home to Earth from the Virgo Cluster. Problem is, they don't have gluonite. And without gluonite they can't engage faster than light flight.
Death's Door is #5 in in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
The vampire Lucius Lafayette has been shot 3 times by a member of Hell's Disciples. He's getting careless. However, he's just managed to make it back home to his mansions in New Orleans, present times.
The wounds are severe and deadly, even to a vampire.
Tin Machines is #5 in the Star Sails' series.
Limping on their way home, the crew of the SS Falcon are in desperate need of supplies. The most important is gluonite so that they can get their hyper drive working.
Without faster than light engines running, it'll take them close to 30 million years to get back home. That's a little longer than the estimated life of the good ship Falcon.
The first four stories in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series. This four pack includes the following 4 stories:
Leather Apron: #1
Mardi Gras: #2
Hemlock Crescent: #3
Hell's Disciples: #4
Hell's Disciples is #4 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
In the summer of 1976, Son of Sam starts his rampage. Many didn't believe him that it was his neighbor's dog who instructed him to go on his murderous shootings.
Lucius Lafayette, vampire and werewolf slayer, does believe him.
Hemlock Crescent is #3 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
The vampire Lucius Lafayette has decided to visit Greece. Ancient Greece, where Socrates is a well established philosopher and general. But the vampire is not there so much for Socrates as he is for the werewolves.
Athens is in a decades long war with Sparta, a war that looks like they'll be losing.
Mardi Gras is #2 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
Hot on the heals of Jack the Ripper, Lucius can taste the werewolf's flesh as he is called back to present times. To his home in New Orleans.
Which pack of werewolves has the audacity to attack the Lafayette Killing in their very home. Nobody tries to murder Baron Lafayette's family in his own house.
Leather Apron is #1 in The Misgivings of the Vampire Lucius Lafayette series.
Lucius Lafayette is not your mythological vampire. He's not your pasty face, sparkly, brooding vampire. He's real and he's a werewolf killer. Werewolves are his vermin and he's the exterminator.
He enjoys garlic and sunbathing in Saint-Tropez. In his spare time he hunts werewolves and rips them apart, limb from limb.
This Star Sails Four Pack Volume One Includes the Following 4 Stories:
Dark Matter: #1 in the Star Sails' series
Scot Free: #2 in the Star Sails' series.
Short Memory: #3 in the Star Sails' series.
False Gods: #4 in the Star Sails' series.
False Gods is #4 in the Star Sails' series.
Jack Stone and the rest of the crew have had enough of alien races especially after losing more than half their crew. Captain Stone has ordered a direct and faster than light trip back to Earth.
There will be no stopping under any circumstances.
Short Memory is #3 in the Star Sails' series.
After a couple of bad starts making initial contact with alien species, especially the Draken, the SS Falcon with Captain Jack Stone and his crew are heading straight back to home.
Space might be the Final Frontier but it certainly isn't turning out to be the Friendly Frontier. But what about these Klethren on planet Kleth?
Scot Free is #2 in the Star Sails' series:
The SS Falcon limps along to the planet Venid. The builders or Venidren are at war with a malevolent species of aliens called the Draken. The Venidren have built powerful androids to fight for their freedom.
The Falcon is returning one of these androids back to the builders in the hopes that this small gesture...
Dark Matter is #1 in the Star Sails' series:
Earth's first space ship, the good ship Pax has been sent to the Virgo Cluster to make first contact.
Full of humanity's best and brightest engineers, scientist and leaders it is a peaceful mission of exploration. But something has gone terribly wrong.