9 Comedic space opera tales of big spaceships, poor life decisions, and lots of Pew!
From fights against the Hive, to the quest for the perfect coffee bean, to helping the little folk in a big, bad universe, Pew! Pew! has the tales to keep you entertained and maybe bust a gut while you’re at it.
This collection includes Zen’s story “Dodging Fate.”
A redshirt pits himself against the universe—which one will win?
Charlie Kenny has a fork phobia, a cyborg granny, and more bad luck than a black cat breaking a mirror on April Fool’s Day.
He’s on his way into space for the first time, and given his history, it’s bound to go epically bad.
Redshirts don’t get a happily-ever-after.
Now available on Amazon, this anthology features the short story “An Implant and a Hard Place.” A cyberneticist with a secret has to wrestle with her conscience over a technology that may have dangerous consequences.
This anthology contains the short story “Subliminal” by Zen DiPietro. It is a prequel to the Dragonfire Station series.
Who are we when our memories are stripped away? Lim is getting angry, and he wants to survive. Is itenough?
This anthology contains the short story “Starting Over.” It is a prequel story to her Dragonfire Station series. A refugee from a planet overrun by civil war must find her place in the universe.
Mosaics: A Collection of Independent Women will inspire and shock you with its multi-faceted look at the history and culture surrounding femininity. If gender is a construct, this anthology is the house it built. Look through its many rooms, some bright and airy, some terrifying– with monsters lurking in the shadows.
More projects to be listed as soon as permitted by the various publishers.