Science Fiction by Edward Hoornaert

From a young age, science fiction was my favorite genre. I moved straight from Mr. Popper’s Penguins to Robert Heinlein.

As a writer, I started out computer non-fiction. When I wanted something more creative, my wife suggested I write romance novels “because anyone can write those.” These days I write strictly science fiction…though often with generous dollops of romance.

For those allergic to girl cooties (as some in the science fiction community are), I’ve segregated my science fiction romances onto a separate page.

The Trilogy of Tompa Lee

  • triology-a-thumbnailBook 1: The Trial of Tompa Lee – Only her enemies can save her from alien injustice.
    The first book in the Tompa Lee series. Originally published in hardcover, now available in eBook and trade paperback formats.
  • Book 2: The Tribulations of Tompa Lee — Goddess or Madwoman?  Even she isn’t sure.
    Book two in the trilogy of Tompa Lee.  Tribulations is a standalone book that revisits many of the characters from The Trial of Tompa Lee.
  • Book 3: The Triumph of Tompa Lee — Now the prey stalks the hunter.
    The thrilling conclusion to Tompa Lee’s tale.

The Solid Gold Aliens

All Tresky Buffrum wants is a taste of adventure and freedom before resigning himself to the simple life of a shepherd.  What he gets instead is a mysterious wife (determined to remain chaste) who leads him to the Midas Crater, where some of the planet’s intelligent natives have been inexplicably transformed into gold. Can Tresky defeat the interplanetary conspirators who seek to destroy the Midas Crater before its mysteries can liberate humankind?

Future Love

Future love bA 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 short stories in Future Love probe how the centuries to come will provide startling new ways for love to hurt, as well as  heal. If you crave stories that deal honestly with love’s potential for heartbreak and redemption, you’ll adore Future Love.


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