Brian Moon


I'm a blessed husband and father. Gamer, photographer, avid reader. I've been writing fan fiction for three years. Now I venture into unknown territory of my own imagination.
For the time being, my books are only available in ebook format.

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Twitter: @Moonlyte


Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 45,680. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
Sophia worked for her dream company, just not her dream job. She was happy, her life was in order and on track. It would just take some time to get were she wanted to be. Until an accident in one of the labs would change her world forever… literally. A sci-fi, time traveling, steampunk, monster hunting romantic adventure. Written for the 2011 NaNo WriMo challenge.
Within the Brass Web.
Price: Free! Words: 49,610. Language: English. Published: July 1, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » General
A fictional Fan Fiction story, for the game City of Heroes. Gangsters seeking control of the city... a mastermind, with his mechanized army, seeking control of the world... the super heroes determined to regain control. All of them clash one fateful Monday Morning. A battle now known as Brass Monday
Griffin Rider, Book 1, The Inventor's Tomb.
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 59,890. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Fantasy
Could a puzzle ball found in an airship’s wreckage be a clue to finding a fabled inventor’s treasure? Eliza and her friends must decide whether this is just a child’s toy or if indeed it can lead them to the inventor’s tomb. Having nothing to lose they embark on a treasure hunt, but will they find what they are looking for?

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  • Ginnie Dare: Crimson Sands on June 18, 2011

    In baseball terms, this is a Home run! The characters are well developed, and it has an interesting plot line with a few twists along the way. What I loved best is that I can let my kids read it. Well done!
  • Toaster on June 18, 2011

    You can't know the ending based on the beginning. But when you finish it has a strong message. I liked this one.