Starship JJ Green is boarding
Your journey to the future begins here
Starship security officer Jas Harrington must overstep the bounds to save her crew from an unknown horror.
Crash landed on a hostile planet, Jas Harrington’s crew battles forces outside and within the ship.
On the colony world of Dawn, the inhabitants harbor deep secrets, and Jas Harrington must fight the Shadows that draw near.
Jas and the crew of the Galathea make it back to Earth, only to find the home planet has been invaded by Shadows.
Shadows are taking over Earth. Jas Harrington has to get help, but Earth’s underworlders stand in the way.
Jas Harrington must join forces with a pilot, a navigator and a colony brat to stop an alien invasion.
Jas Harrington and her companions must fight the alien Shadows before Earth falls, but they’re trapped.
On the declining colony world of Mars, Jas Harrington finds something that might be the key to defeating the Shadows forever.
Humanity is at war with invading aliens, and the battle’s about to go galactic.
A galactic war. Star-crossed lovers. What could possibly go wrong?
The galaxy’s in crisis, and Carrie Hatchett’s the last person on Earth who should be fixing it.
Carrie Hatchett is back. The Transgalactic Council may never be the same.
Watch out! Carrie Hatchett has a plan—a plan to avert a galactic emergency, and save her life.
When the greatest minds in the galaxy can’t solve a problem through logic or reason, they call Carrie Hatchett.
Meet J.J. Green
J.J. Green was born in London’s East End within the sound of the church bells of St. Mary Le Bow, Cheapside, which makes her a bona fide Cockney. She first left the U.K. as a young adult and has lived in Australia and Laos. She currently lives in Taipei, Taiwan, where she entertains the locals with her efforts to learn Mandarin. Writers she admires include Philip K. Dick, Ursula Le Guin, Douglas Adams, Connie Willis and Ann Leckie.
Green writes science fiction, fantasy, weird, dark and humorous tales, and her work has appeared in Lamplight, Perihelion, Saturday Night Reader and other magazines and websites.