Nathan M. Beauchamp

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Nathan M. Beauchamp started writing stories at nine-years-old and never stopped. From his first grisly tales about carnivorous catfish, mole detectives, and cyborg housecats, his interests have always delved into strange waters. Nathan is an academic mercenary (Adjunct Professor of English), and earns paltry sums in exchange for warping young minds. His hobbies include photography, reading, arguing for sport, pondering the eventual heat death of the universe, and sarcasm. He has published many short stories in magazines and anthologies and holds an MFA in creative writing from Western State Colorado University. Nathan co-created the award winning YA science fiction series Universe Eventual where he writes under the pseudonym N.J. Tanger ( ...more

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SACRED PLANET is a quintessential space opera that features a likable cast of characters, conflicts small and large, space battles, drama, intrigue, and political machinations. What makes it unique are the well-drawn philosophical and religious ...more
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"Not being a huge sci-fi fan, this book is still very engaging. It's fast paced action scenes will have you flipping pages to find out what happens to your favorite characters. The story revolves around three main people: 1. Davin- swashbuckling sp..." Read more of this review »
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"There is no more fun and relaxing read than a good, old-fashioned space opera. And “Sacred Planet” is space opera on steroids: a huge, sweeping saga, with epic settings and a cast of thousands. Maybe too much so, but we’ll get to that later.

As wit..." Read more of this review »
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“Cats don’t have names,” it said.

“No?” said Coraline.

“No,” said the cat. “Now, you people have names. That’s because you don’t know who you are. We know who we are, so we don’t need names.”

There was something irritatingly self-centered about the cat, Coraline decided. As if it were, in its opinion, the only thing in any world or place that could possibly be of any importance.

Half of her wanted to be very rude to it; the other half of her wanted to be polite and deferential. The polite half won.”
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