With the release of his new sci-fi space opera Starfire: Memory’s Blade (paperback, Kindle), writer Spencer Ellsworth finishes the science fiction trilogy he started last year with A Red Peace and continued with Shadow Sun Seven. Though in talking to him about the third book in the series, he revealed that there’s actually more to this story forthcoming…sort of.
With Shadow Sun Seven (paperback, Kindle), science fiction writer Spencer Ellsworth, continues the Starfire trilogy he began earlier this year with A Red Peace, and will conclude February 27th with Memory’s Blade. But in talking to him about this sci-fi space opera, and the series as a whole, he revealed that he didn’t write these novels as quickly as they’re being released.
Is it still called a “scorched Earth policy” if it doesn’t happen on Earth…and involves genocide? No, of course not. But that doesn’t make it any less of an intriguing fictional construct (emphasis on “fictional”). Case in point, Spencer Ellsworth’s sci-fi novel A Red Peace (paperback, digital), the first book in his Starfire trilogy, in which the last remnants of a galactic empire do an impression of Bender from Futurama by declaring, “Kill all humans!”