Erin MacMichael

Biography

Erin MacMichael is a science fantasy author and artist, creator of the T'nari Renegades series of novellas, novels, covers, and artwork. Her cross-genre fiction infuses far-reaching concepts, vivid characters, and elements of the so-called fantastic into emotionally charged interplanetary drama.

The T'nari series follows a renegade family who infiltrates worlds taken down or threatened by ancient reptilian clans addicted to violence. In the face of crippling pain and anger, the T'nari game masters weave their magic to reclaim realities lost to the repetitive nightmare.

Erin's lifelong quest has been to explore past the boundaries of conventional thinking and figure out what really has transpired on this planet. She has traveled extensively throughout the U.S., Europe and the British Isles, and ventured into the ancient sites of Egypt, Bali, Java, Peru, Bolivia, and Mexico. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her marvelous offspring and the magnificent Douglas Firs.

Where to find Erin MacMichael online


Series

T'nari Renegades–Pleiadian Cycle
The T'nari Renegades–Pleiadian Cycle tells the story of a race of violent reptilians causing havoc across the galaxy and the worlds struggling against their brutal oppression. To counter the reptilian disease, a group of brilliant tacticians bands together to take on the challenge of changing the nightmarish game. In this series, you'll encounter technologies based on blood and gold, psychic adepts, dreamwalkers, deathwalkers, and sigil masters, interdimensional transport and planetary portals, an ethereal geometric city, sentient crystalline starships, energetics directed by sound geometry and sexuality, and a renegade family of consciousness who slips and slides through time and physicality. The saga is told from multiple points of view, including the reptilian antagonists and the non-physical entities orchestrating the interplanetary drama.

Books

Flare Shifter (Prequel Novella)
Series: T'nari Renegades–Pleiadian Cycle. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 34,840. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Romance » Sci-fi
Under tyrannical reptilian rule, Algolian shapeshifter Ryder Dundalk walks a precarious path in order to keep himself unnoticed and alive. The goldsmith’s only solace is his work and his carefully guarded privacy. But when a strange woman invades his sanctuary, his world is cracked open from the inside, challenging him to take dangerous and deadly risks for the sake of someone he loves.
Descent of the Maw (Prequel)
Series: T'nari Renegades–Pleiadian Cycle. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 66,580. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
This science fantasy prequel weaves together the desperate stories of a Pleiadian starship captain fighting to hold off invasion by reptilian Drahks and the young leader of the last surviving colony of Makhás masters in Sirius. Plagued with heartache and loss, the paths of these passionate leaders converge through mysterious circumstances, setting the stage for the entire epic series.
To Steal a Moon (Prequel Novella)
Series: T'nari Renegades–Pleiadian Cycle. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 45,180. Language: English. Published: May 5, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
This prequel novella peers into the brutal world of the ruling reptilian classes in Draco as seen through the eyes of Bálok, Lord of Eltanin. Summoned to fight in Emperor Tashek’s deadly games, Bálok’s private agenda is to hunt down his most bitter enemy as well as carry off the Emperor’s prize, but his plans are thrown into chaos when the hated Lord of Rastaban saunters into the Imperial Arena.

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artist    assassins    battle    drama scifi    empire    galactic    gold    introvert    invasion    martial arts    overthrow    psychic    reptilian    revenge    science fantasy    series    starships    tyranny    violence