R. L. Copple's interest in speculative fiction started at an early age, after reading "Runaway Robot" by Lester Del Ray. Many others followed by Asimov, Bradbury, Heinlein, Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, among others. He has written for religious purposes but started writing speculative fiction in 2005. Infinite Realities marks his first book, a fantasy novella. His second book, first full length novel, Transforming Realities, hit the shelves March 2009. He has been published in several magazines.
Superheroes in space! Not just any superheroes—virtual superheroes. Four exciting stories of Jeremy, Mickey, and Bridget from the Virtual Chronicles world await your enjoyment. From their base on Titan, the trio find plenty of exciting challenges for their new powers. You can join them on these fun adventures as they go where no virtual superhero has gone before.
Want to create an ebook? Don't know how or have the cash for programs to make them? R. L. Copple shares his logical, step-by-step method of ebook creation. He covers formatting the source file, creating the cover and popular ebook formats, and uploading to major retail outlets. Packed with information, this book will serve as a reference to publishing your next book as an ebook.
Who can solve the mystery of recent space ships exploding? Why, Starry, a space hippie turned comedian and undercover spy for POoP, along with his alien wife, Tramel. Who else could catch the bad guys while leaving a smile on your face?
When Richard's wish to become king turns into reality, he figures to change the way government works. But his good fortune turns out to be a plot to take over the kingdom. Can Richard save himself, the real king, and the kingdom?
The death of Gil's parents at the hands of rebels motivated him to become a TESA investigator, swearing to track down every rebel he can find to avenge his parents. Nothing would stand in his way. But one rebel threatens to not only stand in his way, but change his whole life.
A Short Story: How do you make dragon stew? Take equal parts of one knight intent on killing a dragon, one dragon attempting to destroy said knight, and one unorthodox angel working to join them in holy wedlock. Add in a dash of love potion and deception for a week. Then spice it up with twenty-one hidden Shakespearian quotes and you have “Dragon Stew.”