About the author

Steven Neil Moore is an Amazon Best-selling author of the Joshua Chronicles; an epic series about an age old conflict and a young man caught in the middle. 

 

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Books

Plan: Chaos Rising (Book 2)

 

The continuing battle between good and evil rages as Joshua Arden and his team work on a plan to defeat the enemy.


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"Four Out Of Five Stars"

"... this is a timely work of fiction from a new author and should be well received by readers..."
... a refreshing prism through which to view a tale of corporate espionage."
"... demonstrates to Moore's credit, fluidity of plotting, organic character growth, and a subtle, not often heard message about how power can be used for good."
"... hard to find a single wasted sentence."
"...a good read with strong characters and a tight storyline, blending elements of suspense and fantasy..."
"Moore appears to be on a successful trajectory." - Clarion Review

"Pilgrim's Progress meets Tom Clancy in this confident, effective thriller."
"... Very satisfying." - Kirkus Reviews
 
"... blends futuristic science-fiction scenarios remarkably well with old-fashioned moral messages."
"... a hero with a compelling background story and a realistically drawn everyday life, a hero that readers can both admire and understand."
"... a satisfying ending with the promise of more to come."
- Blueink Review        BUY NOW

Progress Meters

Plan: Chaos Rising (Book 2)


119592 / 119592 words. 100% written.

Echos of Ella


9583 / 71653 words. 13% done writing!

In the news... (at least my news.)

Well… The launch didn't go as smoothly as I would've hoped.

February 15, 2017 5:00 PM


Seems there was a glitch with the formatting for the Kindle version of the book. While all the words appeared to be there (thank God for that, right?) All of the quotation marks around the character dialogue is not there… Nothing.


Not a single one.


While my publisher has worked frantically to upload new files, we still don't know the cause of the glitch. Honestly, at this point I don't really care. What I DO care about is the enjoyable experience that some readers may have missed due to this unfortunate error.


My sole purpose in writing, other than the fact that I really, REALLY,  enjoy it; is that it is an incredible ride to an incredible story and experience that has been shared by many reviewers and readers from the first book. Not to be biased, but I suppose that I am… I think this book is just as good, if not better than the first one. It's really hard for me to back up that boasting, when the reader has to do more work than it's worth to figure out what character is saying what to another character.


Nobody wants to put up with that. As a reader myself, I enjoy a good book, but if it's too hard for me to understand the plot and what the characters are saying, I'm usually turned off and want to put it down. But as an author, it is inexcusable, regardless of the reason why, to present what could be great reading in such a shoddy format.


From the bottom of my heart, please accept my apologies.


Please know, that I am working with the publisher to correct this formatting error as quickly as possible. For those loyal fans that have already bought a copy for their Kindle enabled device, once these changes have taken place, a synchronized copy with the adjustments should download to your device automatically. If this does not happen, please drop me a line and let me know. We, the publisher and myself, are working with Amazon Digital Services to correct this ASAP.


As an author, I am asking for your patience and understanding to table your judgment of this book until the formatting issues and edits have been addressed. I would expect this to happen within 48 to 72 hours. I know some of my readers have waited a long time for the sophomore book of this series. I'm sorry to have to ask you to wait just a little bit longer for a copy that will give you the experience and enjoyment that I hope will be worth it.


Warmest regards,

Steven

Okay . .  where did Theft go?  

I know I'm not crazy; and that book has been out there for a LONG time.


What happened?


I'll fill you in once Plan is out.

SM.



Here ye, here ye...GLORIOUS INCORPORATED Audiobook is available!

Ladies and gentlemen.  It is will great pleasure that I announce that the audiobook format of GLORIOUS INCORPORATED is now available for download.  Check out the available resellers from the link below.


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What would the Feeks do?

Posted on February 24, 2016 at 4:20 PM


Well, it must have taken something pretty powerful for me to finally take some time to update this pitiful excuse for a blog. I would like to think that the below qualifies but as with my books, that's up to you. 

 

Over the last few months, I have been following the story of a very courageous and at peace woman name Joey Feeks. She and her husband, Rory, are country music artists with very simple and earthy values. The most genuine of those, is their love for each other, the...


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"Echoes of Ella" – New Book Development and Departure… temporarily.


All writers have to experiment at some point in their careers. My main passion and genre is action-adventure thrillers. Every once in a while, I have fleeting ideas for stories outside of my wheelhouse. I'm taking the leap and putting one out there. Echoes for Ella is currently in the storyboard phase. This book will be a love story, but fret not my diehard thriller fans. I will continue to delight you with tales of espionage, supernatural events, and just plain exciting dialogue. The next installment of the Joshua Chronicles, Plan: Chaos Rising is over half completed. I will continue to work on that as well. The idea for Echoes was just too powerful for me to pass up though. My hope is to bring in a new wave of fans that enjoy a nice romance as well as action-packed, world ending tales.


More to come as Echoes develops.


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