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Dark Nebula: Contact

Novella, Science Fiction

Author & Engineer

Sean Willson

Welcome! You’ve landed on my homepage. I’m an author by nite who’s also a  computer programmer by trade and a married father of three.

For those looking to hear about my writing, my journey to self-publish my novels, events in my family, or interesting short stories that I’m sharing, then check out my blog. Your thoughts and feedback are welcome but please keep it constructive.

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My Books

Dark Nebula: Contact Cover

Dark Nebula: Contact

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When aliens arrive in Sol, how does humanity react in the first few hours?

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Dark Nebula: Isolation Cover

Dark Nebula: Isolation

December 2020

An alien force puts humanity on trial. A deadly alien super-virus threatens the first extrasolar colony. A family secret nearly three centuries old lies at the center.

Dark Nebula: Discovery Cover

Dark Nebula: Discovery

January 2021

The Galactic Alliance has placed mankind on trial in Sol. The Olivaw brothers are worlds away, struggling with crumbling secrets. What lies beyond the Dark Nebula changes everything.

Dark Nebula Generations Cover

Dark Nebula: Generations

February 2021

An alien probe discovered beneath the ice in Antartica holds galactic secrets. A family torn by humanity’s military fixation acts as the guardian of its knowledge until the time is right.

Dark Nebula: Generations Cover Reveal

Dark Nebula: Generations Cover Reveal

In my rapid release schedule for the Dark Nebula series I have an equally rapid release of covers. Two weeks ago I released Discovery and before that Isolation and Contact. Today marks the release of the Dark Nebula: Generations cover. It’s the third book in the...

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Why do you read Science Fiction?

Why do you read Science Fiction?

It’s a question I’ve asked myself numerous times over the years. Sometimes it’s after I read a bad book or was enticed to another genre only to come back shaking my head. I won’t lie, I’ve read my fair share of Dan Brown or James Rollins, but by and large my shelves...

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