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Phoenix Earth: Episode Seven

Turmoil surmounts on Malakar when Gabriel Anthesixes decrees a dictatorship and assumes the role of Soverign Veracitor under the direction of Jenstiené Kane, who is preparing to leap to Earth and destroy the remaining Malauns and humans.

Light years away, plans for a new beginning start to unfold when Lorien Saraya sends a team to a lush area of Earth’s surface. While on ground, James McCullum, Rhine and Trin Waylood, and Wren Leslande discover a temple in the middle of a lake that shares the same energy signature that protects the moon base. Questions continue to mount, while, on the moon, mysteries unfold as well after Liere Riele discovers a hidden level beneath the moon base.
Phoenix Earth, a TV Book series that can be read in under thirty minutes per episode, is already being hailed as the next Battlestar Galactica in book form. Enter the future and take the ride yourself by clicking here.




Phoenix Earth: Episode Six

In this episode, infiltrating the moon base proves harder than expected when a group of Maluans are attacked by an unseen enemy. Whether they live or die depends on one human girl, Liere Riele. Back on Malakar, assassinations leave the entire Malakaran government in an uproar. They must turn to the only surviving Senator for leadership; the same man who helped assassinate the Veracitor-in-Standing.

Sci-fi fans, Phoenix Earth will not disappoint. With elements of television shows like Space 1999, Battlestar Galactica, and the Stargate series, Phoenic Earth allows you to live the adventure as scenes unfold upon the pages of your Kindle, Nook, and iPad, a vast tapestry of space full of polotical intrigue and adventure. Discover Phoenix Earth for yourself here.


I'm Digging Phoenix Earth

The cool thing about being a 711 Press author is the fact that we're all privy to reading one another's stories before they launch, and many times, due to our brainstorming meetings we're required to attend via Skype, we feed off one another, trading ideas, etc. It's a never ending think tank of creative ideas and plots.

Phoenix Earth is a TV Book series along the lines of Battlestar Galactica, written by Melvyn Riley, and, ironically, it features a tidbit of scenery from the Crisis Trilogy, thanks to suggestions from me and James. So, I've actually read through episode seven so far, and I must admit, I wasn't hooked until the third episode. I thought eps 1 & 2 were cool, but they just didn't grab me, so I sort of read them just to read them, truth be told. They seemed a little slow in spots, but hey, Crisis Artifact started out slow as James points out here. But, by that third episode, I was on the edge of my seat. That's not to say that what comes before isn't effective or necessary.

All I can tell you is this series is HOT! If you like shows and movies like Stargate and Star Trek, etc., you're going to LOVE Phoenix Earth. My mum is even reading it now . . . though she seems to have a soft spot for Order of 5ive. I think that's because her baby boy was involved with that series, ;). So, check out the series, you have my Massie seal of approval that it's a great read!


Phoenix Earth: Episode Five

When the remaining Maluans and humans disappear across the fabric of space, Jenstiené Kane, the leader of the Correctors of Abomination refocuses his efforts toward shaping the Malakaran government in his favor, as he patiently waits to discover the coordinates of the missing men and women he plans to kill. Meanwhile, near Earth, the small fleet of KX-80 ships and the lone Ark, discover a field of abandoned spaceships on the dark side of the moon as well as an abandoned spaceport on the surface of the moon itself. Knowing they are not alone, they proceed with caution to explore the abandoned ships and base, while Kane plans a multitude of assassinations back on Malakar.

For fans of Star Wars, Star Trek, Earth 2, Stargate SG1, Stargate Universe, Battlestar Galactica, Caprica, and generally any sci-fi space adventure, Phoenix Earth is the book series to satisfy your appetite for out of this world adventure. Check it out here


Is Earth a Suitable Home for Aliens?

Alas, Phoenix Earth is unfolding as episode four hits the Kindle bookshelves. In this episode, we learn that life for the remaining Maluans and humans is tough, seeing they are on the brink of destruction. As the day of departure arrives, the Veracitor of Malakar mysteriously dies and the cross-bred survivors fall prey to a full-on attack of three Malakaran warships, forcing them to make a decision that may still cost them their lives, that being whether or not to leap to Earth at the speed of thought. But, even millions of miles away from their attackers, will Earth prove any less a danger? Will the near dead planet be ready to accept human life once again, let alone a new alien race? Find out in Phoenix Earth episode four. Purchase your copy here.


Traveling to Earth at the Speed of Thought

Heads up Star Wars and Battlestar Galactica fans, Phoenix Earth episode three has hit the digital bookshelves. In this episode, Elena Saraya secretly enters the OutReach confine disguised as a Maluan, friends on the inside help to hide her with hundreds of other Malakarans. A distraught Lorien Saraya also finds a sliver of hope when his daughter is returned to him, though he is kept in the dark regarding his wife’s plans. Plagued by dreams of the extinction of the human and Maluan races, Lorien’s sister, Adriana Saraya, studies ancient theories in the Malakaran archives and devises a plan to leap across the universe in a new way. With only weeks before departure, Lorien, Adriana, and Commander Ontonio Bequieus work together in secret to prepare their brethren for a leap that is more fantasy than reality.

Get your Kindle copy here and begin an offworld adventure full of aliens, action and adventure.


Phoenix Earth: Episode Two

Phoenix Earth is back with episode two of this space action drama. In this episode, a fatal bombing kills hundreds of Malakarans in the city of OutReach, forcing the overbearing Veracitor of Malakar to confine all remaining humans and Maluans to a retired OutReach spaceport. The confined citizens are then forced to live and work for months while preparing seven ships for departure. When Lorien Saraya’s wife disappears, he knows it is a planned abduction by her own father, the Veracitor himself. As a result, new plans are formed to secretly stowaway hundreds of Malakarans who oppose the relocation decree and wish to leave the planet as well.

Find out how it all unfolds and get your own Kindle copy here.