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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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

Execution: Chaos Rising (Book 3)

6165 / 120000 words. 5% done!

Echos of Ella

9583 / 71653 words. 13% and holding!

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

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

Posted on February 15, 2017 at 10:10 AM

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 th...

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