Neil A. Hogan writes crazy, weird, unimaginable science fiction with a multidimensional theme. Generally, unbelievable space opera style stories with aliens. Expect conscious galaxies, multifrequency realities, strange physics and other concepts with a metaphysical influence.
Neil A. Hogan currently writes for seven different series:
Join Captain Jonathan Hogart and his crew of aliens as they explore new civilizations in their interfrequency starship The Stellar Flash. Books in the series include 'Alien Frequency' and 'The Andromeda Effect' Book Three 'Temporal Incursion' is due out in 2019.
An anthology series featuring authors from around the world, edited by Neil A. Hogan. This series is now up to issue 16.
A new anthology series currently in the works, with Book One due out in September 2018.
An illustrated and text only series for children, the Alien Characters have come together to explore the Large Magellanic Cloud and then cross the void to the Milky Way Galaxy. On the way they meet more aliens. The focus of the stories is about appreciated the differences people have and how they can work together to solve problems. There are over 28 illustrated books in the series and over 40 text-only stories with more on the way.
A novella series for young adults, it explores Earth's encounter with aliens, with the help of the Alien Characters who, after 70 stories in their own series, briefly help out in this one.
A limited series focused on intelligent dinosaurs living 66 million years ago and their discovery of an ancient dinosaur city.
A weekly science fiction series. Series one consisted of 13 short stories released over a 4 month period in 2017. A new series is planned for late 2018.
The Alien Characters series of about 70 stories explores the lives of aliens living in the Large Magellanic Cloud Galaxy, and how they get together and take a journey across the void to make friends with aliens in the Milky Way Galaxy.
When Raj Kumar investigates Pluto for possible life signs - standard procedure before adding a manned space station - he is surprised to find them. He's even more surprised that they want to communicate with him.
What do they want?
And what does Doctor John Patel of Space Station X-1a have to do with all this?
Science Fiction Short Reads Series #26. Approximately 4600 words.
When Dex suddenly feels one of his body segments becoming swollen and painful, he asks his egg-brother Emo for help.
Unexpectedly, he is thrust into a journey across a wasteland of acid pools and other dangers to find a female who can help him.
With the risk of death at every turn, can Dex find what he seeks before the light returns?
Science Fiction Weekly #25. Approximately 4100 words.
When Ro-bet's ship jumps near a black hole, he believes he is the victim of an assassination attempt. But he soon discovers that Earth is gone, and he's already lost 30 years.
Will he be able to escape the event horizon, get back to ProxiBee and start a new life?
And what secret has his one night hook up, Ju-Na, left for him?
Science Fiction Weekly #24. A short story of about 4700 words.
When Rosa hires Jacob to help her discover alternate realities not detectable from this universe, she hardly expects him to find a way so quickly.
But then she discovers that Jacob has been one step ahead of her the whole time. And his solution to the experiment may affect the entire human race across all of space and time.
Science Fiction Weekly #23. A short story of about 4900 words.
When Mera leaves ProxiBee's seventh moon in a huff, Jasper is surprised to find she has left behind a bill that had made its way to them through the nearby wormhole. The troubling thing is, the bill is continuing to increase, and he can't figure out a way to stop it.
If Jasper figure it out in time, it could not only mean the end of his company, but also the moon itself.
Three old boys are having their monthly get together, discussing esoteric concepts over wine and beer, when they discover something that they had not recognized about the universe before.
Something that will change how they perceive their reality, forever.
The Old Boys' Club is #21 in the Science Fiction Weekly Short Reads series. A short story of approximately 4700 words.
When Julie discovers that the dark matter moving through the Oort cloud has changed position, and is heading towards the inner solar system, she knows she needs to do more, and requests help from a likely source.
But she soon learns that this is a far greater threat than she thought. Will it mean the end of the human race?
Science Fiction Weekly #20. A short story of approximately 4600 words.
The pod members on the inside of their bubble world roll back and forth in fear as the strange triangular shape breaks into their universe, and reveals something horrifying inside.
What is this long creature made of lines?
Why is it frozen in the air above them?
And what will happen if it touches the energy skin of their world?
Science Fiction Weekly #19. A short story of about 4900 words.
Maisee has a plan to disrupt the zomboid working tradition in the tea plantations of the South, and enlists her dead husband to help. She wants the townsfolk to believe that selling their dead relatives to be reanimated as workers in the picking industry is a really bad idea.
But there is a bigger underlying plan that Maisee is unaware of.
Can she escape an A.I. that is always one step ahead?
While experimenting on himself to raise his brain waves frequencies to see the areas of reality that a normal human cannot perceive, a scientist discovers something completely unexpected.
Something that could affect the entire human race now and forever.
'Still in Beta' is #17 in the Science Fiction Weekly Short Reads Series. A short science fiction story of about 5500 words
When Captain Dhead's ship appears near a black hole binary system, his alien first officer Khyrks eagerly tells him that there is treasure in a tear in space time, right in the center.
Slightly uneasy at being in such a dangerous part of space, Dhead sends a drone into the tear to investigate.
And finds something incredible.
'Oh My God. It's Full of Stars' is a short reads story. Approx 4200wds
When Kamryn Jones' houseboat is destroyed by a black drone, she is contacted by a mysterious woman who sends her across the country to locate evidence of a UFO. Determined to uncover the truth, she follows the trail.
But what she finds is a lot more disturbing that she would ever have expected.
And how is the President of Australia involved in all this?
Approximately 7700 words.
When a wormhole to another dimension opens up for Dravo, he is surprised to find highly advanced aliens on the other side eager for tourism.
But just being in the same room as them could kill a human being within an hour.
Can Dravo convince the Space Council that trade is still possible?
Find out more in The Hydrofluorons of Krakon 7. #14 in the Science Fiction Weekly series.
On her final mission, Captain Victoria Heartness takes command of the Stellar Flash, one of the latest human flash ships in the Interdimensional Coalition. The ship flashes to a star system which exists in the same place as the Solar System, but on frequency One - a standard mission to investigate the possibilities of First Contact. But Heartness soon discovers this is not a standard mission.
John is a prison counselor, going about his day to day assignments, happy in his boring and average life, when he discovers there is a lot more to one of the killers he's been assigned to.
And it isn't just his plastic hand.
What does prisoner 8476 really want?
How is he able to keep killing in jail?
Is there no way to prevent the deaths?
Lunar Base 1 is nearing its end, and David is there to see it.
With deliveries cut off from Earth, a population explosion, and more random decompressions, can David survive the slow collapse of the base, and complete his dream of bringing an atmosphere to the moon?
But where did those little robots come from?
Robot Body Ships are the latest toys. Transfer your consciousness instantly anywhere in the solar system, while leaving your body on Earth. But disaster has struck Earth, and if the RBS users can't find a solution before the shutdown catches up with them, then logging out would mean death. As users are logged out one by one, those gathered near Jupiter desperately work to prevent the inevitable.
Looking through the eyes of a cat, an alien energy being from another dimension finds a situation on a Mars base that needs to be rectified.
But what has happened to the crew?
How can it save the cat?
And is there any chance of rescue?
Commander Yufseron and his team are taking their moon of civilians away from an interstellar war that has been waging across the galaxy for eons, when an enemy comet began its destructive assault. Their only hope is to lead the comet into the gravity well of a nearby neutron star, while blindly navigating their moon through a wormhole. Can they escape General Shagrak and her underlings?
Alien Rex is a parallel reality tour operator. He can take people from their home on World One to a slightly different version of their home on World Two, or even World Three.
But one day he meets someone that he has been scared of meeting, and it changes everything.
Who does he meet? Find out more in book 8 in the Alien Characters series.
Featuring 17 amazing illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
Aligvel had been moving planets for as long as he could remember. But then the Galactic Council decided that he's the alien for the job of moving something much larger. They want him to move the entire galaxy. But Aligvel has no idea how it could be possible. It takes the human race to come up with the answer.
But will the sacrifice be too great?
A short, hard SF story of about 6000 words.
Alien Carla broadcasts news, telepathically. As one of the most popular channelers in the Large Magellanic Cloud Galaxy, many are shocked to hear her announcement. What will she announce? What will happen next? Find out more in ebook #7 of the Alien Characters series, featuring 17 amazing illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
When Kamryn Jones and her exploration team went to investigate a 112 million year old base in a time bubble on the other side of the galaxy, she hardly expected one of her members to get caught up in an ancient regeneration system. With time running out, can she rescue him from the effect of the ancient alien dinosaur technology?
#2 in the Science Fiction Weekly Short Story Series. Approx: 5700w
Hiru had only one option left. To return to Earth and meet the last Itako on Mount Osore.
But will she find the answer he so desperately needs?
And if she does, will the cost be too great?
This is a short science fiction and fantasy story of approximately 6000 words.
The Neko Girl is a legend. A cat who becomes a woman, and visits lonely men to satisfy their needs. Desperate to find out her shape-shifting secrets, Evan and Robert send a humanoid and a birdroid drone to hunt and capture the Neko Girl. But will the scientists be able to get what they want before succumbing to her mind control abilities? (PG 13) Science Fiction Weekly #8. Approx 4700 words.
When an alien plant bursts through a dimensional portal, and begins expanding in the forest, Raj is one of the first to grab a sample. But with even a hyperbaric chamber unable to stop it moving,he realizes this is a job for the military. It's a race against time as the zombie-plant apocalypse spreads across the USA. Will the human race survive? Science Fiction Weekly #7. Approx 8000 words.
While on a trade mission to an alternate Earth, Cyndy meets a quasi-human who has information regarding the future of her planet. His world is investigating the deaths of other Earths, and he requests Cyndy to investigate the process that will lead to the death of hers. Perhaps she can help prevent more Earths from being destroyed.
Will Cyndy prevent her Earth disappearing from the multiverse?
Alien Vince is a plant-alien that is involved in recycling.
He recycles air! But something happens to change his one-alien business.
What will Alien Vince do when he discovers that machines might replace his services?
Find out more in Alien Vince, featuring 17 beautiful illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
A great story for young entrepreneurs!
Captain Jonathan Hogart’s first mission to Frequency One seems to be going well. New crew, new flash ship, and a new race of aliens to make first contact with. But the friendly aliens turn out to be not so friendly, and now he finds himself glued to the ground awaiting possible separation if he doesn’t hand over flash relocation technology. How will he get out of this sticky situation?
Alien Tim is a Time Minister, and he loves helping other aliens by going back in time over and over again to prevent accidents, or answer questions before they're asked.
The Chronese of Temperos find this behaviour annoying, and they contact Alien William for help.
But how can they stop an entire planet of time travelers?
This book contains 17 amazing illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
Alien Christine creates sun-powered energy crystals for her planet. Her crystals are used for lighting, running machines, even for flying mats.
She's suddenly contacted by the World President about a mysterious object that is going to block out their sun for a week.
How will their planet survive? How will she find a solution?
Find out more in book #4 of the Alien Characters series.
Michelle had made it to the far side of the moon, under the guise of investigating the Block, a mysterious computer inside an ancient pyramid that scientists still could not understand. But Michelle knew what it was. As member of a secret organization intent on saving animals by any means necessary, she had other plans.
And those plans would affect the entire human race.
Alien Robert is a robot carer on the planet Robotos. Being made soft and furry means that he can't pick up really heavy children. He wants to find a solution.
On Gratitude Day he receives a surprise present.
Is it what he's been looking for all this time?
How will Alien Matt help him?
Who is Alien Jo?
Find out more in Alien Robert, featuring 17 amazing illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
Alien Hamish has just discovered a gravity well has opened up in his galaxy, dragging it off course.
If he doesn't do something soon, his galaxy will crash into the Milky Way Galaxy!
Will Alien Hamish be able to use his star moving skills to save quadrillions of aliens?
Find out more in eBook #2 of the Alien Characters series.
This book features 17 amazing illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
Alien Bob grows houses on his home planet of Blobos. But, while out one day, he hears something that he has never heard before, and it changes his life.
Find out more in Alien Bob, ebook #1 in the Alien Characters series.
This title features 17 amazing illustrations by Genelyn Javier.
This is the 3rd edition, reedited and reformatted for new platforms.