Explore the Afterlife!

What evil would you contemplate
for one more glimpse of a loved one?

Travel-Future LoveIn Future Love, Edward Hoornaert’s collection of science fiction short stories, we meet alien animals called Cuddlies that can let you glimpse your loved ones — even after their death.

In the story Love and Death in a Teriyaki Forest, Pericles Harris pursues his beloved beyond death … but finds only the evil in his own heart.

Future Love — coming June 30
Available now for presale


Inspired by NASA’s fanciful travel posters for other worlds, I have designed travel posters for some of my science fiction worlds. I enjoy doing graphics work from time to time; it’s a great change from a word processor. Today for the first time, here is a travel poster for Future Love, featuring that seductive teriyaki forest.

See more travel posters for my worlds of fiction. Have you every thought about promoting travel to your worlds by creating a poster? Tell us about it in the comments.



Future love bLove is gonna get tougher and trickier

A spaceman wins the woman of his dreams … but it’s too late. A crook invents a new form of pornography … but it teaches him about love, not sex. A man pursues his beloved beyond death … but finds only the evil in his own heart.

The SF short stories in Edward Hoornaert’s Future Love probe how the future will make today’s romance seem simple and tame by comparison.  Think that’s not possible?  You have much to learn…

If you crave stories that deal honestly with love’s potential for heartbreak and redemption, you’ll adore Future Love.

Seize tomorrow today – pre-order Future Love.



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