It's not lip service to say that Henry's books have proven that I'm not broken as a fan of speculative fiction, which is what I was starting to believe before I read Scout's Honor. I just needed something that reminded me of why I love the genres. His books are glorious love letters to the fun and optimism that draws us in when we're young.L. Joseph Shosty, author and freelance editor
I've enjoyed this series immensely. They aren't deep books; they are plain and simple adventures. But plain and simple adventure yarns are quite satisfying at the end of the day.Doug Irvin, Amazon reader
About the Author
Growing up, Henry worked at the usual range of menial jobs -- from grocery store bag boy to pizza delivery to retail sales -- before ending up in software development. In between the menial jobs and the IT jobs, he achieved some small fame as the writer and co-creator of the small press comic book titles Southern Knights
. For the past ten years, Henry has also taken up the mantle of professional storyteller, performs regularly throughout the state of North Carolina, and has recently released his first book of children's stories. Henry has been a fan of science fiction for as long as he can remember. He has loved space opera and planetary romance since the beginning, that is why his science fiction novels end up in those subgenres. Henry currently lives in Raleigh, NC, with his wife, son, one cat, and lots of imaginary friends all clamoring to tell him of their adventures.