You might think part-time mystery man Gregory Faccone has lived ten lifetimes. He's baked in 130° deserts, and on a dark, rainy night, driven a remote road carpeted with frogs (true story, really).
He performed a long tenure developing electronic entertainment with the biggest names including Warner Bros., Paramount Studios, Electronic Arts and Sony. He created content for popular franchises from science fiction (Star Trek), to superhero (Superman); even a medical drama (ER).
But the written word lasts, and forms a close bond with the reader. So Gregory created a unique science fiction universe. The foundation and framework for the "Tethered Worlds" series took two years to build before the first installment, Unwelcome Star, was written.
Gregory is influenced by Arthur C. Clarke's axiom: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Jump into Tethered Worlds and go on an adventure based in the centuries to come. While technology advances, the nature of mankind remains unchanged. It continues to wrestle with flaws, and is preserved through selflessness and nobility.