James Peters

James Peters fell in love with Science Fiction at a young age, becoming hooked on the works of Asimov, Anderson, and Pohl (among many others), as well as the mixed bag of anything labeled Science Fiction on television or at the movies while growing up. While in grade school, he was given an assignment to write a journal about anything he wanted. He quickly filled the pages with a Buck Roger's type adventure of robots, spaceships, and pew-pewing lasers, discovering his inner passion to write.
 

He writes with a gritty blend of character-driven action, wry humor, and social commentary that transports the reader through wild worlds of speculative fiction. He's known to cross the borders of different genres into new territory, along with an occasional 'wink and nod' to pop culture and other authors, then shock the reader with an unexpected turn of events.
 

His Black Swan Planet series is an over-the-top and in-your-face hilarious romp through the galaxy, while his Cold Cosmos series is more traditional Space Opera told through the eyes of a cowboy from 1895, complete with action, humor and surprises for all. 

Sit back, open your mind and enjoy the ride. Your adventure awaits.

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Interview 16 January 2020

James Peters Interview 16 January 2020.mBook Talk Radio Club
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Payment to Perdition

Idiom Lee is a man alone, millions of miles from home. A chance encounter with an alien shapeshifter sent him into a Cold Cosmos devoid of humanity. After the events of book one, he's established himself in the lowest bar on the moving asteroid Panadaras, gambling and serving as a bouncer. Until a sloth-cat creature he calls Slowhand appears, and tells him Ginn is in trouble.