Tonya R. Moore


Tonya R. Moore writes science fiction, urban literature and horror stories.

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On the Brink
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 26,770. Language: English. Published: April 28, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories, Fiction » Mashups
An omnibus of scifi, horror, and urban fiction by Tonya R. Moore
Series: Hegira. Price: Free! Words: 5,410. Language: American English. Published: January 2, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
Laila is a starchaser, one of the last members a dying race. She's traveled a long way, on a mission to save her home, a leviathan ship named Hegira.
Series: Hegira. Price: Free! Words: 6,940. Language: American English. Published: June 3, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera
Bex Atria is many things. Violent. Human. Mercenary. She is one of two billion sapient beings living aboard Hegira, a wandering world of horror and boundless beauty. Bex has lived in the slums of Hegira all her life. She's done it all. She's seen it all. Nothing can surprise her. Sumida is everything Bex isn't. She is soft-spoken. Inhuman. Sheltered. She's about to turn Bex's world upside down.

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  • Media Whores on April 11, 2010

    Made in DNA’s style is bold and tongue-in-cheek. Originally delivered in a series of potent, Made for Twitter one-liners, Media Whores is a completely refreshing and impressive read. While Media Whores is most definitely not appropriate for kids, kittens or cowards, I’d definitely recommend it to the mature reader who’s on the lookout for something Not Pedestrian and quite entertaining to feed the brain. I for one, am looking forward to reading more unique fiction from the amazing mind that is Made in DNA. Read the Extended Review:
  • Sci-Fi Women Interview: The 2015 Collection on April 13, 2016

    Natacha Guyot offers up a rich compilation of feminine perspectives on science fiction creativity and fandom. I enthusiastically recommend Sci-Fi Women Interview: The 2015 Collection to anyone wanting the know what female fans and creators think of the genre, about our collective hopes and dreams, and about the determination and spirit that keeps us doing what we do.