Books tagged: space opera comedy

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Breaking the Thought Barrier
By Mimi Riser
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 11,670. Language: English. Published: July 3, 2012. Category: Nonfiction
Off-the-cuff and Off-the-wall! An eccentric collection of articles, essays, and science-fiction that that’s sure to put a smile on your face and odd ideas in your head. Includes the titles: “Einstein Was Light…er, Right?” (which features a real life UFO sighting), “The Robin Flies Again”...and much more.
The Robin Flies Again
By Mimi Riser
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 4,940. Language: English. Published: July 3, 2012. Category: Fiction
“Star Wars” meets “Robin Hood” and gets bushwhacked by “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”... An oddball space opera vignette of fate and friendship, displaced heroes (not to mention the holoid), and an unlikely reunion in the far-flung future. (Note: This story is also available in the eccentric collection “Breaking the Thought Barrier” by Rob and Mimi Riser.)
The Ties That Bind - Tales of the Breaking Dawn
By Justin Macumber
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 14,190. Language: English. Published: August 8, 2013. Category: Fiction
For Captain Jessica Quimbly and the crew of the star-freighter Breaking Dawn, every day is a struggle for survival against pirates, poverty, and contract deadlines. The stakes are raised when an old friend calls, and soon they are hurled headlong into a race against time to deliver a mysterious cargo container deep into the heart of a warzone.
By LS Thorn
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 45,930. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2014. Category: Fiction
Conrad Donovan wants answers, but the only man who has them is about to be banished from New Earth forever. Should he sneak on board the prisoner transporter, and risk a life of slavery on the horrific planet of Tharnon, just to put his mind at ease? What you think is largely irrelevant, because Conrad did sneak on board, and he regretted it almost immediately...