(February 22, 2013) Hurtling asteroids! Grand structures in space, two miles square! Whole oil refineries blasted and set ablaze from space! And that’s just one Edward M. Lerner novel. Think there ought to be a movie?
We do, too. See the new Movies &TV page.
(February 7, 2013) We’re queried almost as often about the availability of Ed’s writing in audio formats as about ebook versions. So: Ed’s delighted to announce that with today’s audio release of Small Miracles, all twelve novels and both all-fiction collections are finally available in at least one audio format. They’re downloadable from Audible.com; many are also available on CD and even tape cassette.
For the complete list of books available for listening, check out (from Ed’s blog) “Sounding Off.”
(August 21, 2012) It’s not often that one book concludes *two* popular series, but this novel does. (Which two? Larry Niven’s bestselling Ringworld series, and Larry’s and Ed’s companion novels, the Fleet of Worlds series collaborations.)
For the explosive double-series finale — and that’s not hyperbole — check out:
- the release announcement for Fate of Worlds on Ed’s blog.
- the Fate of Worlds: Return from the Ringworld bibliography listing on this site.
(July 17, 2012) Undertaking to write a novel is a major commitment — of time, effort, and self. It’s no wonder that to first see one’s novel in print (or electrons) is a rush. Ed says that’s true, at least for him, no matter how often he goes through the process. As he has again with his latest novel, released today.
What is Energized? A near-future thriller of international intrigue and crippling energy shortages — and of a few brave men and women defying both. A tale drawn from Ed’s seven years as a NASA contractor and the latest in aerospace technology.
For adventure on the High Frontier, check out:
- the release announcement for Energized on Ed’s blog.
- the Energized bibliography listing on this site.
(April 4, 2012) Truth can be stranger than fiction — and what’s not to like about strange? And so, Ed being a computer engineer and physicist as well as an SF author, his just-released collection looks — in fact and fiction — at some Really Big Questions.
Have you ever wondered what humanity could do if a dinosaur-killer-sized asteroid came heading our way? Or how your sneakers are ratting you out? Or how we could possibly communicate with an extraterrestrial if we did meet one? For answers to those questions (and much, much more) check out Frontiers:
- See the release announcement Frontiers of Space, Time and Thought — an odyssey on Ed’s blog.
- See Frontiers of Space, Time and Thought bibliography listing on this site.
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