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The Apollo program reached the Moon, but, its goal is Mars.

 

It's 0830 hours, July 4th, 1976. The Quest blasts into orbit and rendezvous with NASA’s experimental Nuclear Thermal Rocket. Quest’s mission: To take its three-man-crew on a dangerous and unparalleled journey... to Mars.

 

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14th February 2017

Paul is a native Scotsman now settled in Northern Ireland with his wife and dog. He has had a varied career: a twenty-two year stint in the British Army, followed by several years as a constable in the Police Service of Northern Ireland all of which have given Paul a unique outlook on life. He combines[…]

5th February 2016

Andy Bigwood is an Artist, Author, Draughtsman, Bookbinder, Cartographer, and Illustrator from Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Trained in technical illustration, in Bath (shortly before the evolution of computer-aided art), Andy has provided artwork, cartography and cover designs for a variety of Fantasy, Horror, and Science fiction novels. The sumptuous cover artwork for The Empire at War was[…]

5th February 2016

About Phillip Richards Phillip Richards was born in Chichester, southern England. Not long after his seventeenth birthday he signed up to join the British Army, opting for service within the infantry. Since then he has served his country for fifteen years, completing a series of tours in Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and instructing at[…]

3rd February 2016

About Christopher Nuttall Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1982, the same year as the Falklands War, Christopher G. Nuttall started an online alternate history magazine while studying librarianship at university, which spawned a love of writing often inspired by a love of historical speculation. His first manuscript was completed in 2005, but it was later[…]

1st February 2016

About Tim C. Taylor Brought up on a diet of 2000AD, Traveller RPG, Blake’s 7, Star Wars, and some obscure historical and fantasy gaming activity, Tim C. Taylor started selling short science fiction in the early 2000s, set up the publishing business Greyhart Press in 2011, and self-published Marine Cadet, the first book of the[…]

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14th February 2017

Paul is a native Scotsman now settled in Northern Ireland with his wife and dog. He has had a varied career: a twenty-two year stint in the British Army, followed by several years as a constable in the Police Service of Northern Ireland all of which have given Paul a unique outlook on life. He combines[…]

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5th February 2016

Andy Bigwood is an Artist, Author, Draughtsman, Bookbinder, Cartographer, and Illustrator from Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Trained in technical illustration, in Bath (shortly before the evolution of computer-aided art), Andy has provided artwork, cartography and cover designs for a variety of Fantasy, Horror, and Science fiction novels. The sumptuous cover artwork for The Empire at War was[…]

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5th February 2016

About Phillip Richards Phillip Richards was born in Chichester, southern England. Not long after his seventeenth birthday he signed up to join the British Army, opting for service within the infantry. Since then he has served his country for fifteen years, completing a series of tours in Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and instructing at[…]

READ MORE

3rd February 2016

About Christopher Nuttall Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1982, the same year as the Falklands War, Christopher G. Nuttall started an online alternate history magazine while studying librarianship at university, which spawned a love of writing often inspired by a love of historical speculation. His first manuscript was completed in 2005, but it was later[…]

READ MORE

1st February 2016

About Tim C. Taylor Brought up on a diet of 2000AD, Traveller RPG, Blake’s 7, Star Wars, and some obscure historical and fantasy gaming activity, Tim C. Taylor started selling short science fiction in the early 2000s, set up the publishing business Greyhart Press in 2011, and self-published Marine Cadet, the first book of the[…]

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14th February 2017

Paul is a native Scotsman now settled in Northern Ireland with his wife and dog. He has had a varied career: a twenty-two year stint in the British Army, followed by several years as a constable in the Police Service of Northern Ireland all of which have given Paul a unique outlook on life. He combines[…]

5th February 2016

Andy Bigwood is an Artist, Author, Draughtsman, Bookbinder, Cartographer, and Illustrator from Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Trained in technical illustration, in Bath (shortly before the evolution of computer-aided art), Andy has provided artwork, cartography and cover designs for a variety of Fantasy, Horror, and Science fiction novels. The sumptuous cover artwork for The Empire at War was[…]

5th February 2016

About Phillip Richards Phillip Richards was born in Chichester, southern England. Not long after his seventeenth birthday he signed up to join the British Army, opting for service within the infantry. Since then he has served his country for fifteen years, completing a series of tours in Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and instructing at[…]

3rd February 2016

About Christopher Nuttall Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1982, the same year as the Falklands War, Christopher G. Nuttall started an online alternate history magazine while studying librarianship at university, which spawned a love of writing often inspired by a love of historical speculation. His first manuscript was completed in 2005, but it was later[…]

1st February 2016

About Tim C. Taylor Brought up on a diet of 2000AD, Traveller RPG, Blake’s 7, Star Wars, and some obscure historical and fantasy gaming activity, Tim C. Taylor started selling short science fiction in the early 2000s, set up the publishing business Greyhart Press in 2011, and self-published Marine Cadet, the first book of the[…]

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8
14th February 2017

Paul is a native Scotsman now settled in Northern Ireland with his wife and dog. He has had a varied career: a twenty-two year stint in the British Army, followed by several years as a constable in the Police Service of Northern Ireland all of which have given Paul a unique outlook on life. He combines[…]

READ MORE

5th February 2016

Andy Bigwood is an Artist, Author, Draughtsman, Bookbinder, Cartographer, and Illustrator from Trowbridge, Wiltshire. Trained in technical illustration, in Bath (shortly before the evolution of computer-aided art), Andy has provided artwork, cartography and cover designs for a variety of Fantasy, Horror, and Science fiction novels. The sumptuous cover artwork for The Empire at War was[…]

READ MORE

5th February 2016

About Phillip Richards Phillip Richards was born in Chichester, southern England. Not long after his seventeenth birthday he signed up to join the British Army, opting for service within the infantry. Since then he has served his country for fifteen years, completing a series of tours in Kosovo, Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan and instructing at[…]

READ MORE

3rd February 2016

About Christopher Nuttall Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1982, the same year as the Falklands War, Christopher G. Nuttall started an online alternate history magazine while studying librarianship at university, which spawned a love of writing often inspired by a love of historical speculation. His first manuscript was completed in 2005, but it was later[…]

READ MORE

1st February 2016

About Tim C. Taylor Brought up on a diet of 2000AD, Traveller RPG, Blake’s 7, Star Wars, and some obscure historical and fantasy gaming activity, Tim C. Taylor started selling short science fiction in the early 2000s, set up the publishing business Greyhart Press in 2011, and self-published Marine Cadet, the first book of the[…]

READ MORE