J. L. Stowers – Science Fiction Author
About the Author
J. L. Stowers, an American science fiction author from Idaho, is driven by a lifelong passion for space and a love for epic space opera. Born in June 1983, Stowers’ early fascination with the stars evolved into a writing career. The author’s journey includes influences like The Hobbit, a love for space-related literature, and a deep connection to the night sky. Stowers is best known for Genesis Rising and the Ardent Redux Universe.
Interviews & Guest Posts:
The Best Space Opera Books Written by Women – 4/3/2022
Behind The Cost of Survival with J. L. Stowers – 10/25/2017
Ardent Redux Universe
The expansive Ardent Redux Universe currently features three intertwining space opera adventures. These stories follow three different daring women as the set out to right the wrongs in their galaxy.
The Ardent Redux Saga is the primary series in the ARU. This exciting space opera follows Captain Dani Devereaux as she and her crew fall from grace and struggle to set things right in a universe where the odds are stacked against them.
The Ardent Redux Saga Includes:
Following season 1 of the Ardent Redux Saga is Operation Ardent Redux and Ardent Redux Allies.
These two mini series occur simultaneously as Roni the rebel and Sylvine the alien venture out on their own in an effort to protect their people and find ways to contribute to the greater cause.
Season 2 of the Ardent Redux Saga is currently in development.
Operation Ardent Redux Includes:
Ardent Redux Allies Includes:
- Sylvine’s Burden
- Shira’s Hope
- Standlin’s Promise
Genesis Rising Universe
The Genesis Rising Universe takes place in a near-future apocalyptic world. The story begins with Project Genesis, a short story prequel that gives readers insight into the political and social climates on Earth.
From there, readers jump into The Cost of Survival. This novel follows Walt Marshall as he seeks out isolation in a distant valley as a military contractor. There, he’s tasked with the goal of ensuring that troops and civilians alike can survive away from the comforts they’ve known their whole lives.
But isolation isn’t the only thing Walt finds in those fields.
He discovers a journal left behind by those who were there before the new settlers. People he was told never existed. Walt sets out to unravel the mystery of the journal and find out exactly what happened to them.
This dark science fiction series lives at the intersection of warning and remembrance as the lessons of the past catch up to the needs of the future. Walt and those around him are about to learn the dark truth of The Cost of Survival.