The Faarian Chronicles
Extinction, the third and final installment of The Faarian Chronicles is here! Find out what happens to Sunny as she faces down aliens, war, and zombies – Available Now!
The Faarian Chronicles: Exile is a Finalist!
Reviews for The Faarian Chronicles
“A timely, fun sci-fi series with a strong female protagonist. A blast for teens and adults alike.”
– G.G. Silverman, Author, Vegan Teenage Zombie Huntress
“The world that Tully has created is an elaborate place full of action and heart.”
“…an inspiring culture, terrifying creatures and an energizing battle of good versus evil.”
– The Entertainer (full review, p. 21)
About the Author
Karen Harris Tully is the author of The Faarian Chronicles Trilogy, published with Blue Zephyr Press, and the Galactic Dreams novels: Soldier, Princess, Rebel Spy, The Little Nebula, and Break the Sky. After growing up in the snowy mountains of Colorado, Karen experienced the traffic nightmare of Seattle before accidentally realizing she’s a small-town girl. She happily lives in Raymond, WA, singing karaoke with her amazingly supportive husband, beautiful son and daughter, and various trouble-making felines. Karen writes action-oriented Young Adult and New Adult centered science fiction / fantasy.
I’m sooo excited to finally reveal this gorgeous cover, by the multi-talented Bethany Maines!
Break the Sky (inspired by Jack and the Beanstalk)
When Jakarta “Jak” Moon climbs the giant elevator from irradiated planet Epiphany, she has one goal—to stay alive. Unfortunately, her return puts Jak in the crosshairs of winged-dictator, the Godmother. Now to avoid death, Jak and handsome Gill must face three increasingly dangerous missions—before their planet faces destruction.
Galactic Dreams is a unique series of science-fiction novellas from Blue Zephyr Press featuring retellings of classic tales from different authors, all sharing the same universe, technology, and history. If you liked Marissa Meyers’ Lunar Chronicles or James S.A. Corey’s The Expanse, you’ll love Galactic Dreams.
Available for pre-order on Amazon!
Release Date: November 1, 2021
Galactic Dreams, vol. 3!
The Beast of Arsu by Bethany Maines (inspired by Beauty and the Beast)
On the planet Arsu, Bella Glass steps into a rose garden and is thrown 140 years into the future, crashing into the life and vehicle of Kai Craig. Kai is a man dying by inches, struggling against the last vestiges of a war that has ravaged the planet, his body poisoned by radiation from a bomb that turns men into monsters. As Bella faces a world she doesn’t recognize and tries to figure out how to return home, she finds herself falling for Kai’s kindness and loyalty. But when they discover that someone has traveled through time to Bella’s past intent on changing the outcome of the war, Bella must choose between Kai and preventing a devastating alteration of the timeline. As Bella races to save her planet, she must leave Kai alone just as the effects of the bomb to turn him into a rage-filled beast that threatens everyone close to him. With time running out, Bella and Kai have only one chance to prevent losing a war that’s already been won and succeeding might mean that they must give up a love they were never meant to have.
Trail of Stardust by JM Phillippe (inspired by Hansel and Gretel) to follow!
Galactic Dreams vol. 2 is here!
Including my brand new novella The Little Nebula (inspired by The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen).
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