I’ve been writing stories all my life. In the last few years, it’s become more of a serious hobby. I currently enjoy writing hard science-fiction and fantasy. I wrote a story called Symria for NaNoWriMo 2007. I’m still writing it. It has around 75000 words until now. I plan on finishing it this year.
You will find all original stories that I have written available through this index. All comments are welcome, though moderated.
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A short science-fiction story revolving around Fleet Major Bobby Birondeau and his explorations of the galactic rim in the Milky Way. This story is situated in an undetermined future where technology and science has evolved to create new problems and dilemmas for humans.
This series explores themes of transhumanism, extropianism, transenlightment, posthumanism, technological singularities and elements of futurism. It is set at a time when posthumans are on the crux of transenlightment.
The genre of this story is hard science-fiction, meaning that it is firmly rooted in real scientific possibilities, including elements of the new weird genre.
If you enjoy this series of short science-fiction, feel free to read my series of articles on robots.
[Ed Note: This story includes some explicit language.]
Chapter I: Encounter
Chapter II: Flashbacks
Chapter III: The Admiral
Chapter IV: The Robots
Chapter V: The Council
Chapter VI: The Navigator
Chapter VII: The Crew
Chapter VIII: The Preparation (New)
Chapter IX: In Transit (Upcoming)
Chapter X: The Assault (Upcoming)
Other Stories In The Galactic Rim Universe
Post Galactic Rim
These stories are set in the universe that followed thousands of years after Galactic Rim. Post society has fully evolved and ascended to their current state in the galaxy and the AI gods have left the Known Universe for parts unknown.
This series continues the exploration of themes of transhumanism, extropianism, transenlightment, posthumanism, technological singularities and elements of futurism. It is set at a time when posthumans are fully transenlightened and are living in a galaxy without the machine gods.
The genre of this story is hard science-fiction, meaning that it is firmly rooted in real scientific possibilities. However, these scientific possibilities have been extrapolated far into the future.
Chapter I: Beginnings
Other Short Fiction Stories
These stories of different genres that I have worked on. Some of them are really short, others are a bit longer.
The ESL Teacher
Eine Kleine Maus In Einem Haus