Turtan, humanity's greatest hero, tries to save the Cross from the Cen, seemingly invincible aliens who invaded their galaxy five thousand years before. Though Turtan would scoff at the notion, he is in many ways a Christian hero and a savior, for he has almost singlehandedly kept the Cross in the war and saved them from annihilation.
John B. Rosenman
John, a retired English professor, has published 300 stories in Writers on the Wrong Side of the Road, Weird Tales, Whitley Strieber's Aliens, Galaxy, The Age of Wonders, etc. He’s also published twenty books, including SF novels such as Beyond Those Distant Stars and Speaker of the Shakk (Mundania Press), and Alien Dreams and A Senseless Act of Beauty (Crossroad Press). MuseItUp Publishing released three SF novels: Dark Wizard; Dax Rigby, War Correspondent; Inspector of the Cross. Kingdom of the Jax, a sequel to Inspector of the Cross, will be published in May 2013. MuseItUp has also published The Blue of Her Hair, the Gold of Her Eyes (winner of Preditors and Editors Annual Readers Poll), More Stately Mansions, and the dark erotic thrillers Steam Heat and Wet Dreams. Two of John’s major themes are the endless mind-stretching wonders of the universe and the limitless possibilities of transformation—sexual, cosmic, and otherwise.
One of his interviews is at http://www.milscifi.com/files/inter-JBR-BS.htm
Books by John B. Rosenman
Aaron Okonkwo, a Nigerian bio-botanist, travels to Viridis, an exotic world filled with scientific wonders left by a godlike race. There, he is ensnared by the delectable, deadly beauty of Nightsong, an enchanting alien female. His supreme test comes when the Confederation sends 200 ships to conquer Viridis for its boundless resources, ...
Rachel is happily married and has a rewarding job helping people as a social worker. Then she contracts a mysterious disease which causes everyone, including her husband, to fear and shun her. Soon her body starts to change in terrifying ways, and people hint and whisper of some horrible, ...