Tony Teora

Tony Teora graduated from Rutgers University in Electrical Engineering.  Besides writing novels Teora writes freelance magazine articles and pursues the life of an entrepreneur in technology.  He’s designed radio control toys, worked on military communication systems, has a patent application and even did a stint as a college computer instructor.  He’s lived over 10 years in Japan.  Teora currently travels between Tokyo and San Diego depending on the weather.

"The Japanese culture really helped me gain different perspective on life.  I?d like to think that these unique and interesting experiences are reflected in my writing."

On life: "The world is filled with too much trouble to take it seriously.  Don?t take life too seriously because the irony of life is that none of us will get out of it alive.  It’s why I write mostly comedy.  Life is comedy."

To see more on Tony Teora’s writing see www.tonyteora.com



Titles Available from Tony Teora



WARNING: Mad World Collide is an outrageously zany sci-fi comedy that will laugh you into the funny farm.

In year 2021, Robert Davichi thinks he has the worst computer job in the world --until a hacker threatens his life and starts bringing down corporations and governments. In the midst of this the military tries to conquer America via the Internet, a neurotic computer gains consciousness, and starts communicating with evil incompetent aliens from afar---and the President finds an abundance of gas in his alimentary canal. Robert's life is thrown into cosmic chaos trying to solve one disaster after another. The story careens between Japan, America, and a spaceship orbiting near the moon.

"The book will entertain a wide range of readers" according to Peter Heyrman, a fiction writer who is published in Twilight Zone magazine. Peter, with a sense for the warped, edited Mad Worlds Collide stating it is "funny, and on the edge".

How does government control society thousands of years in the future? Arturo’s Wish is a about a renegade group trying to gain their freedom. Try to figure out the ending if you can.
What happens when you try to use time travel to build a society in a new Galaxy to look like the one you left behind? What happens when you accidentally lose the plans on how to create that society? To find out those answers more read the ?Galactic Rosetta?.
On the desolate and dark side of the galaxy a special team of future warriors train in old Earth style towns for their mission to destroy a bizarre apocalyptic alien race. Perry, a leader and super warrior of the mission discovers that life on his home planet Rubicon and its nearby controlling Overlord planet Irene hide secrets more perilous than the alien threat. Perry desperately needs to contact the far away planet Earth to discover the truth of Rubicon’s cloaked history. Discovering that truth many millennia in the future will not come easy. Truth never does. If he can discover the truth it will change Earth and its place in the Galaxy forever. It is in front of Perry at all times---but can he fathom the consequences? The future of Earth depends on the decisions made by this superman of the future.
[Note: Second Edition]

The Bolt Cluster is an area of close-knit stars that harbors a curious planet and deadly secret. Starships which enter the cluster never return. An alien enigma there has cost Wannstead Industries so many lives and ships that they finally decide to turn it over to the US Space Navy and its futuristic contingent of roughneck Marines. Captain Keane leads mankind’s most lethal spaceship into unknown alien territory, fighting battles against a bizarre alien species that will never surrender. Keane and the crew of Doc Travis are now involved in mankind’s first interstellar war, where the very existence of humanity may be at stake. The Bolt Cluster enigma must not only be solved but Keane and the Doc Travis also have to survive and return to Earth. Humanity must be warned of the threat or all the lives and ships lost so far will be in vain.
The year 2012 came and passed without the Mayan prophesized apocalyptic destruction of mankind. But in 2042, a strange spherical communication device is discovered on Europa and activated. It warns that it will destroy mankind. Can Mitch Lovelace and the crew of the Tesla II find a way to deactivate the device before it’s too late? What are the intentions of a Pyramid shaped spacecraft that arrives on the scene? Can the best minds from Earth decipher the codes within the codes and save mankind—or is all in vain?
Planet Eos: a strange, totalitarian planet locked in a cycle of self destruction where everyone is chipped, monitored, scanned, and forced to adhere to the one true religion of ‘Mother Madea’ - or else receive ‘treatment’ at the medical facility known as ‘The Ranch’.
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