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About Harvey Stanbrough
Harvey Stanbrough was born in New Mexico, seasoned in Texas and baked in Arizona. He’s pretty much done. For a time, he wrote under five personas and several pseudonyms, but he takes a pill for that now and writes only under his own name.
Harvey is an award-winning writer who follows Heinlein’s Rules avidly. By the middle of May 2019, Harvey had written and published 44 novels, 7 novellas, over 190 short stories, and hundreds of poems. He also compiled and published 30 collections of short fiction and 5 critically acclaimed poetry collections.
Some of his poetry collections have been nominated for the Frankfurt (Germany) Book Fair Award, the Foreword Magazine Engraver’s Award, the Pushcart Prize, and the National Book Award. One of his books on writing finished in 5th place for the BEA (NY) Book of the Year Award (Education).
Harvey’s titles are available in every ebook format in over 400 markets and 1200 libraries worldwide. Many of his longer works also are available in trade paperback editions.
Some of Harvey’s short fiction still appears under the names of various personas. They refused to let go. Hence, you can find those under his own name as well as those of Gervasio Arrancado, Eric Stringer, and Nicolas Z Porter.
Visit his website and blog at https://HarveyStanbrough.com, his Daily Journal at https://hestanbrough.com or find him on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/harvey.stanbrough.
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But this is still an alien world, and the humans are not alone. Landing Site Eden and each of the satellite sites, each 50 miles from Eden, to the north, east, south and west, have their own problems to deal with.
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There is Landing Site Eden, where she will attempt to set down a ship that was never meant to land. There are the satellite sites, each 50 miles from Eden, to the north, east, south and west.
There are the advance teams, whose only job is to follow orders, set up comm stations, prep the areas and wait for the landing. But will they follow orders? And if not, will they discover a reason not to land? Having traveled millions of miles from Earth, will they find yet another threat to humanity awaits?
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The Ark has departed lunar orbit. Unfortunately, and despite the intensive screening process for the crew of The Ark and the repopulation passengers she's carrying, wherever humans go, they will bring along their flaws and foibles. And there are always the self-righteous, willing to harm thousands to promote their cause. What sort of trouble will arise? Come along and see where you fit into the mix.
On Earth, many a human romance is doomed to failure. But on The Ark, things should be different, shouldn't they? After all, it isn't like you can move to the next town over after a breakup. Will a romance that seemed destined for the stars burn out? Will another flare up in its place? Even the general herself learns a valuable lesson about being human. Come along and see where you fit into the mix.