SAN DIEGO (PRWEB) July 07, 2014
A game maker and enthusiast, author Glen D. Collier invades the sci-fi world as he introduces his very own creation, “Empire 1337.” Having written short stories for role-playing games, Collier was inspired to write his debut novel that examines possibility of the existence of other life-sustaining planets and an inter-galactic war.
In the Andrayn year 2381, the leaders of all 241 habitable planets came together in a great convention to combine their resources to solve their problems, and to discuss reform proposals. Yet, instead of reuniting the planets, the convention brought chaos and war! Forth came great alliances, and when war finally broke out, all 241 systems had allied with either the Andrayns of Andrayos or the Demurans of Demura.
In this epic inter-planetary war story, readers will see all the possibilities when a real war breaks out in the universe. Combining his knack and expertise in making role-playing games and letting his imagination do the rest of his scenes and the story’s continuity, Collier’s “Empire 1337” promises an action-packed adventure and an exciting RPG — real treat for all science-fiction aficionados.
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About the Author
Glen D. Collier was born and raised in San Diego, Calif. yet he lived in Fort Benning Georgia, Sand Hill for his basic Army training. After staying there for 11 ½ weeks, he graduated from basic training and he started his AIT training. When he injured his right knee while on a run, he was honorably discharged from the Army. After the incident, he came back to his hometown and worked for a Greek Restaurant called Niko’s. While he was working there, he met his now ex-wife. They had a daughter, the only good thing he considers came out of his marriage. Now, Collier is a game designer, who has been working on a game since January 19, 1987. And he thinks that after a long time, the game is finally done.
Empire 1337 * by Glen D. Collier
Publication Date: January 8, 2014
Trade Paperback; $23.99; 459 pages; 9781493130382
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