Steven L. Hawk
- Writer of Military Science Fiction -
Of Gods & Men
Three stories. Three worlds. Three lives. One connection.
Jerrell has been selected from a pool of millions to be a candidate for Hallen’s SpaceOut program. Now, he just has to be beat out the competition to win a seat on the first colony ship to New Hallen, a world light years away. Being selected offers an escape from their dying planet. But what chance does a teenager from the wrong side of town—who’s even never owned a pair of shoes—stand against the planet’s brightest and most privileged?
Max is a successful sales rep, with promotions and a bright future ahead of him. But how will an unexpected diagnosis affect his future?
As the best hunter in his tribe, El is the unchallenged leader of his people. But how will he fare against an unknown foe that is destined to defeat him?
Book 1 of the Peace Warrior Trilogy
It’s the mid-21st century when Sergeant First Class Grant Justice is killed during an ambush on an enemy tank column.
Six hundred years later, his body is retrieved from the frozen, arctic lake where he perished. Re-animated by a team of scientists, Grant awakens to a civilization that has abolished war. A civilization that has outlawed violence and cherishes Peace above all else. A civilization that has been enslaved by an alien race called the Minith.
Grant is humankind’s final hope against the alien menace. He must be the... Peace Warrior.
Book 2 of the Peace Warrior Trilogy
It’s been six years since Grant Justice was brought back from death. Six years since he helped the Peaceful citizens of Earth defeat the Minith. Grant now has a loving wife and a remarkable son. Life is good.
But that doesn’t mean Grant has been taking life easy. He’s been recruiting fighters away from Peace. He’s been cobbling together an army from the dregs of society and training them to fight. It’s good that he’s been busy, because another Minith Mothership has been spotted. It will reach Earth in less than a week.
Grant and his small army have been preparing for this day. They must be the…Peace Army.
Book 3 of the Peace Warrior Trilogy
Reanimated after six hundred years, Grant Justice has become the leader of Earth's new army.
Unwilling to sit back and wait for the next attack, Grant decides to take the fight to the enemy. He and a mothership full of his best fighters are headed toward Waa, the aliens' new home world. Unknown to Grant, a fleet of alien motherships is headed toward Earth—intent on punishing the planet for destroying Minith.
Who will win the battle for supremacy—the alien slavers with a thirst for war, or the humans struggling to survive and save their way of life? Who will finally rule the… Peace World.
The Peace Warrior Trilogy
Omnnibus Edition: Books 1-3
Get all three novels in the Peace Warrior Trilogy in a single e-book.
Included in this omnibus edition:
Chihuahuas of the Zombie Apocalypse
Surviving the undead apocalypse happens one street at a time.
The end of the world looks a whole lot different when you’re eight inches tall.
Cheech and Daisy are small, spoiled and cute. Unfortunately, spoiled and cute are overrated when a pack of flesh-eating creepers are closing in fast and chasing you through the streets. Being small? Well, that might help.
A pair of seasoned Army Rangers, a teenaged Latina, a deranged serial killer, and two lost Chihuahuas come together to match wits and battle a city full of the undead.
Oh, and be forewarned: This ain’t no cutesy Beverly Hills Chihuahua-type story. It’s a straight forward, blood and guts, in-your-face post-apocalyptic zombie tale.
Note: Previously released under the title, "Creeper Town."
Son of Justice
(Book 1 of the Justice Trilogy)
ISBN- 13: 978-1519616357 Published by Kindle Press
For more than a dozen years, Eli has studied the art of war from some of the most skilled fighters on three planets. There's no question, he has what it takes to be a professional soldier.
There's just one problem. His father is General Grant Justice, the most famous man in the galaxy and leader of a new governmental alliance that unites four alien races.
When it comes time to enlist, the younger Justice has to make a choice. Rely on his last name and claim an automatic commission as an officer? Or enter basic training as a lowly private and earn his way to the top?
For Eli, the decision is an easy one. He changes his name and enlists as an anonymous recruit.
Unfortunately, not all of life's choices have such clear-cut answers. An alien-led rebellion is brewing in the ranks of the army he has just joined, and Eli is forced to choose sides. His actions will determine the fate of his father, the alliance, and the entire human race.