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The Owner of the Crown trilogy: Mini-Blurb.

The Owner of the Crown trilogy follows the incredible alternative realities sci-fi odyssey of an eccentric, downtrodden yet defiant Londoner mathematics teacher and nine of his colourful young Geordie pupils in an extraordinarily creative and heartrending tale of good versus evil.

The Owner of the Crown trilogy: Main Description Blurb.

The Owner of the Crown

A Wide-Ranging Alternative Realities Sci-Fi Trilogy by T. J. P. Campbell



In the year 2026, extreme right-wing governments around the world are strengthening their grip on the masses. In keeping with their nefarious standards, the English fascist educational authorities send London born Dr Pearson, a teacher of mathematics teaching in an excellent school in Cambridge and nearing retirement, to the toughest school in the country in Blyth, Northumberland. Their obvious intention being to legally steal Dr Pearson’s pension by forcing him to either resign or commit a sackable offence under the pressure of attempting to teach in such a tough school. Worse still, though the downtrodden, eccentric, yet defiant Dr Pearson initially refuses to believe it, the cruel educational authorities are the least of his problems as he and nine of his comedic inimitable pupils are drawn into a battle to save the Multiverse.

Dr Pearson and his pupils soon find themselves preparing and attempting a hazardous quest of humongous proportions against impossible odds. With an incredibly diverse array of friends and enemies at every turn, their incredible alternative realities sci-fi odyssey moves them cinematically through their world as well as in and out of a number of different alternative realities involving not only parallel and a series of afterlife worlds but also peculiar shifts in Dimension, Time and Space.

Alas, time quickly starts running out, as an awakened personification of evil, Saliman, once a man and now a monster, is growing stronger and eviler by the second. Dark omnipotent forces welcoming his awakening are rapidly banding together and they are aware of Dr Pearson and his pupils’ quest.

With all these enemies, with Saliman hot on their tails, how will Dr Pearson and his pupils cope with the continual bombardment of alternative realities laced with striking peculiarities and deadly dangers? Just how can they possibly hope to survive their odyssey?

Some may mistakenly label this trilogy under the genre of fantasy. However, although it is certainly phantasmagorical with a large slice of situation comedy, it contains a story that could be true (despite its incredibleness) and any apparent magic is probably a disguise for advanced science and technology.

The Owner of the Crown trilogy will surely entrance readers who were enthralled by C. S. Lewis’s Narnia books, J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, Phillip Pullman’s His Dark Material trilogy, Jules Verne’s Journey to the Center of the Earth , and the science fiction space opera novels of Ray Bradbury, Frederik Pohl, Clifford Simak, Arthur Clarke and Ursula Le Guin. Yes, it really is that much of an all-encompassing Multiverse-stretching kaleidoscopic odyssey with humour and heartrending circumstances to bolster its telling.

The Owner of the Crown: A sci-fi odyssey the likes of which literature has never known— that’s Geordies for you!


Dear Reader,

I was initially inspired to write The Owner of the Crown trilogy by my fruitless attempts to teach some Geordie pupils in Blyth, Northumberland a number of years ago.

Some strange goings on took place at the school I taught in— very strange. And even though this trilogy involves ghosts, aliens, afterlife worlds and starships, there are noisy rumours it portrays a true story.

You might be interested to know that a few years after I left the school, it was completely demolished. Flattened into a car park. The school being Blyth Delaval County Middle School on the Plessey Road. Google it!

However, even if this trilogy may be based on some solid facts (as impossible as such a thing might be to believe) I want you to know the characters and the school it features are entirely fictitious (though the school’s grounds its buildings and their rooms are accurately based on the now demolished Delaval County Middle School). Of course, those of you with high intelligence may very well conclude that this does not mean the characters do not exist— just that they do not exist in our world. There is much more of this sort of quantum craziness in the trilogy.

So this trilogy features, among other strange things, Geordies (the peoples of the Tyneside area). Now the Geordie dialect and accent can sometimes seem unfathomable to the likes of me, so just in case you’re new to it, I’ve put some “normal” English translations of common Geordie words and phrases at the beginning of each book. You can also look up famous Geordie celebrities on YouTube. The best example might be the famous Geordie comedian Ross Noble. Why? Because it was his mother who used to teach in my tutor room before I joined the school. A copper nameplate on the classroom door read “Mrs Noble”. You won’t find that on Google, though it does mention on Wikipedia that both Ross Noble’s parents were teachers.

Let me just say, though every Geordie pupil appears to be a natural stand-up comedian, I can’t for the life of me explain the way they think. I’d have to have a Nobel Prize in psychology to even attempt to do such a silly thing. I do have a school 10-yard swimming certificate, but this doesn’t seem to help either— although I wouldn’t be surprised to find that a Geordie pupil might easily prove it should. That’s the magical inimitable Geordies for you. You get the picture?

My wish is that readers of all ages, adults and children, get to enjoy this trilogy. Although it should be easy to read, it can be understood at many different levels, such as in the areas of science, philosophy, politics and sociology. However, it should essentially stand out as a straightforward vast cinematic awesome rollicking science fiction space opera odyssey. At its heart a splendiferous tale of derring-do and the perennial fight of good versus evil.

Finally, I hope this trilogy will lift up even further the spirits of all Geordies and promote Blyth deservedly on the International literary ladder. So dear reader, let me take your mind by the hand and lead it through a Universe of diverse extraordinary imagination …

What some readers are saying about the wide-ranging alternative realities sci-fi trilogy The Owner of the Crown by T. J. P. Campbell:

“This trilogy is an immense feat of storytelling and creative brilliance. The situation comedy developed under such dire circumstances is priceless. Nicola Berlin has to be one of the greatest characters ever invented in the canon of English literature. No character has ever made me laugh and cry so much. The interplay between the pupils was top drawer and although incredulous, came across as very real. Often the humour would strike from leftfield and take me unawares. A word of warning, if you have a weak heart, be very careful if you read any of the books in this trilogy— or you might die laughing! In saying all this, I would like to emphasise this trilogy is by no means a comedy. In fact, it has quite an ominously dark undertone throughout.” Poppy (Wattpad).

“A thrilling trilogy. One for the ages, methinks. A clever balance of mystery and suspense. I was shocked and thoroughly entertained by the nature and explanation of the afterlife worlds in this trilogy. This author has pulled off the impossible trick of writing a tale that is beyond extraordinary yet down-to-earth.” Anil (Wattpad).

“Highly recommended. A swashbucklingly outrageous adventure. The author’s writing is often described as being very cinematic. I found this to be the case. Often I got so pulled in to the verisimilitude of it all, that even though I must’ve been reading words on a page, I found myself embedded in the places I was reading about. There was this one scene where Erica Ashbarten (the brave Geordie pupil) decided to have a chat with a wounded Dragonian (a silicon-based intelligent alien very similar to a mythological dragon) in a park. As I read, I found myself sitting down on the park’s grass with Erica and the Dragonian wishing to join in the conversation. Having read the entire trilogy I can now see why the media form of books will never die. Even watching a film, you could never get this close to a fictional reality. I have a picture in my mind of the characters in this trilogy, particularly of Dr Pearson (the math teacher) and his Geordie pupils, and no film could ever come close to portraying them. They are so unique you would just never find the actors to play them. Who on this earth could play Nicola Berlin?” Marylou ( Wattpad).

“Flabbergasting! A great read. I found myself following a long and winding yellow brick road, careful not to step off it, and guessing where it would take me. None of my guesses proved correct. How could they?” Fernando (Wattpad).

The Owner of the Crown is a 463,000 word wide-ranging alternative realities sci-fi trilogy by T. J. P. Campbell.


Life Of A Dropship Pilot

Logistics has always been the backbone of any military operation.

This was true in the earliest wars in human history, and it is still true in the 24th century.

At the eve of the next great battle against the Tarhinan separatists, the ISDF fleet is positioning it’s assets, ranging from enormous carriers and battlecruisers to the tiny dropships that would rain down onto worlds occupied by the enemy, carrying their load of brave soldiers.

Each and every one of these small crafts, barely large enough to carry an infantry squad and their equipment, is manned by a crew of three.

We will join one of these crews on their journey.


Bruzela Project:Retribution

My story for now is about 3 types of beings:

1.Human 2. Bruzelas 3.Darkpips

Humans are all of us in today’s modern world. Bruzelas are beings created by Darkpips in the future to be harvested as energy to survive, since the sun was destroyed. Darkpips are robots / cyborgs / androids of the future that hunt bruises in the past and present time.

Bruzelas are anthropomorphic beings made of energy and black matter. Since they have no organs they cannot die and become ill, they are immortal. The only way to “die” is to be captured by the Darkpips and used as energy, transforming and killing them.

The Bruzelas have adapted to the world and humans and this has created a void in them wondering where they come from, their origins. They are confused and looking for answers. Foreno, our human protagonist will help them to understand their existence.

Join me in my story full of adventure, action, drama, etc. I love my story, so rich.

Where philosophy, knowledge, wisdom, self-awareness meets. Humans and Bruzelas united, both looking for answers, always looking and improving. Because there is nothing more beautiful than life itself.

“Temet Nosce”


Bruzela Project:Retribution

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Henry Mullen had nightmares: scenes from his childhood, stick-like figures walking through the dust. He remembered the gaunt faces and swollen bellies, his own body, his own brittle bones, so brittle that lifting a bag of rice broke two bones in his hand. They never did heal right. And he remembered seeing his mother and his brother die. Silently, solemnly, they just stopped moving.

Henry is the leader of a team of scientists sent to study the moon, Raphael. Henry’s job is to determine if Raphael can be used to grow food for the earth. His life’s mission is to make sure no human being ever goes hungry again.

There have been satellites and moon rovers studying Raphael for years. The science team knows it’s cold, wet and rainy. They know Raphael has grass and trees, shrubs and insects. And they know that Raphael has water that never turns to ice, even though the temperature never goes above freezing. What they don’t know is whether Raphael can be farmed or even whether humans can survive there. It’s Henry and his team’s job to find out.

To their shock, the science team soon comes into contact with the Meuleys: an intelligent indigenous species. There weren’t even supposed to be mammals on Raphael.

… read In the Shadow of the Lily

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In an alternate universe, Human-like Droids, known as Xersons, make up planet’s population. Xerson scientists have found a way to make human clones. Sixteen-year-old Dagger Dylex’s baby brother, was retired when he was two-years-old, and his parents paid exorbitant amounts for a human clone replacement. Two years later, a electronic computer virus, Droid Fever, was sent to most of the Xerson population, but for some reason it didn’t physically harm them. Though, every time a Xerson creates a human, the virus is transferred into the human, forcing them to become violent and unstable. The infected humans unite to hunt a group of Xersons, including Dagger. That’s when he meets Halogen Hindrix, a non-infected human clone. Together they try and stop the rogue humans and also protect Dagger’s brother from becoming infected.


Aldous Turner is an elderly molecular biologist specializing in gene editing. With the arrival of the new test chimp Ivan, strange synchronicities start to occur. Soon, Aldous starts to suspect that something sinister has claimed Ivan for its own.

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Ash and Cinder

In the year 2181, Russia began human experiments. Kidnapped or sold off by their own families, the kids of the Compound know only one thing: They belong to the Whitecoats.

Hendrix ‘Trick’ Sanchez and his little sister, Elle, have been in captivity for seven years. Trick plays by the rules, flying under the radar with two goals in mind; survive, and keep Elle safe. But the rules are thrown to the bears when a mysterious attack blows the compound wide open, and Trick doesn’t know how to play this new game.

He can only hope that his superhuman strength and his pain medication will be enough to escape brutal annihilation.

Also available on Amazon and Kindle!



Description: The protagonist and Sharon study abnormal cases of human-like robots in withdrawal. A romantic comedy.


An archaeologist discovers a secret about their city, pitting them on a journey across the land.





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A cyberpunk adventure and commentary on the corruption of religion and existence of the soul

After the government-planned assassination of a terrorist goes awry, the executioner, Ian Corchel, finds himself in the middle of a covert war between a foreign rebellion and a religious cult. Aided by Krymson, a mysterious cybernetic man who may or may not be mentally insane, they attempt to damage the religion’s reputation with a conspiracy that doesn’t make a lick of sense. Shit happens, stuff explodes, people die, two genetically constructed “demons” start hunting for the rebels, and right when everything seems to be falling into place, it all takes a bizarre turn. It’s not a bright future, but it’s apparently worth living for.

-The story is told in the first person from multiple different character perspectives

-LGBTQ+ supportive story, although it mainly focuses more on discrimination rather than romance

-Imagine Altered Carbon, Blade Runner, Westworld, Ghost in the Shell, and Akira in a smoothie with a touch of Cowboy Bebop as the cherry on top.

ALSO, JUST FOR EVERYONE’S SAKE: Fellows, stay at home and take care of your parents. Yes, COVID-19 isn’t any worse than the flu, but the reason it’s dangerous is because it’s like 100 times more contagious. This means that if too many have it all at the same time, the ~20% of them that need hospitalization or special care won’t be able to get it since the hospitals will be insanely packed and 2% will most likely die. I know 2% doesn’t sound like a lot, but you need to remember that the number represents people! (2% of the American population translates to ~6,600,000 people. The population of LA is ~4,000,000)

Stay safe, stay indoors, stay clean, and if this is all done right, it’ll blow over like it never happened.


The Alpha’s Concubine -


For Emma life on the Lycan colony called Earth just went from sucky to full on Hunger Games. Arrested by werewolf alien masters? Meah. Sold to a concubine cult? Shrug. Bought at slave auction by the high Alpha? Face Palm. #frownyface

Tricky is an understatement when she discovers she is required to be a stand-in for the Alpha’s betrothed, the werewolf princess called Sabrina.So all Emma has to do is act like the Alpha besotted bratty teen wolf princess. Unfortunately Emma has to do this for a man she desperately despises. A loathing possibly related to his ruining earth after a recent invasion. Normally this wouldn’t be a problem for an alpha who is so arrogant he put the super in superior and the gag into swagger. A man who is so absolutely unfamiliar with the meaning of the word rejection, refusal or rebuff they edited them out of his dictionary to save space.

Unfortunately for Emma the blackhearted alpha possesses cheek bones so chiselled you could shave your armpits with them. Did we mention he needs Emma to carry on pretending to be Sabrina while he desperately does not to imprint on her for life? Did we clearly layout that the alpha is his usual 110% convinced he is immune to any earth girl’s allure? Did we cover that if anyone finds out the truth not only is Emma exceptionally dead but it would trigger a massive interstellar pack war? Any slight drop in pretence would be exceptionally fatal to Emma and a few billion souls of earth. So no problem there.

Despite her dilemma, Emma is determined to escape using little but sass, sarcasm and some kick ass post-scacity-weapons she got on eBay. With only her frenemy Victoria, Instagram chic Bex, an alien lobster called bob, a hyper benevolent android called Pandora and a drag werewolf called Queenie, by her side everything is bound to go fine, right?

This book has it all - kick ass invasion fleets, hot werewolves, hotter plasma weapons, resurrection-tech, action, adventure and most of all, enough laughs to re-float the Titanic. Not to mention the kind of Sci-Fi questions which will trouble your soul.

Don’t believe us? Why not take the first chapters challenge?Just read the first two chapters and if you don’t laugh, WE WILL GIVE YOU DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK*

*Terms and conditions apply. Offer not open to employees of This book is free and double zero is still zero. If you’ve read this small print you’re probably smart enough to get most of the jokes.

Think Mrs Masell meets 50 Shades of Grey with werewolves.

@galeisa20 Omg I’m laughing so hard I’m crying. I knew this book would be great, but it just got so much better. Thank u so much for everything you do. I love reading your books

Fab cover by the very talented @Angelinacolbe

#1 in #Werewolf and #1 in Sci-fi that’s our ambition, not a statement of fact.

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The Collided World

They called it the Great Collide, although it was not so much a collision of worlds, but a fusion of them. Earth and The unknown planet came together from two separate dimensions of reality. The collective scientific minds of the old world would have called this an alternate reality, or perhaps a parallel universe, but to what became of mankind, these old-world concepts were as useless as paper currency, and reality television. Now, the world was new again, undiscovered, and feral, and the remnants of both civilizations, humans, and those from the other place were left to fend for themselves against the wilderness of this new collided world.



The Intellects

You’d think that knowing everything is awesome, but you are wrong.

Alexandra Carter was 5 when she was taken from her home. Like every other family, the government takes your kids away on their 5th birthday. Once taken, they throw you into a lab and inject you with serums and treat you like a lab rat. Most kids don’t make it past their 9th birthday, but if you can withstand the testing, they call you the Intellects.


Colonists from earth travel on a re-supply mission to a human settlement on the planet Idem some 80 years travel distance away. When the leaders of the colonists wake from their deep sleep in the week preceding their arrival at Idem they learn that nothing has been heard from the settlement in 75 years. A harrowing last transmission is all that is left of the erstwhile settlement.

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If your current mood is general disgust at selfish people fighting over handwash and toilet roll then I have just the book for you :sweat_smile: Spy-fi with a splash of squad banter and a squishy romantic middle.


Former child prodigy Rowyn Miller used to think that having the ability to turn invisible made her special. A rush that nothing could ever quite compare to. But then she got stuck. Living day after day as a virtual ghost, the manic search efforts of her friends and family peter out and her gift quickly comes to feel like a flaming curse.

Ripped back to the real world, Rowyn is recruited into Her Majesty’s Intelligence Services, as part of a classified team of super-powered spies known as MI-X. Finally surrounded by like-powered colleagues, her immediate concern is how not to look like a complete and utter roaster in front of her new teammates. That’s easier said than done though when you’ve only had yourself to talk to for the past 1,572 days.

The team’s mission is simple: locate and secure the Steiner Black Box - the mysterious source of their powers. Fail and the World’s Most Wanted will gain the power to shape the world order in their image, one that will horrify all but a merciless, tyrannical minority.

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Star Gift

What explosive discoveries were made by an eccentric desert collector who chose to hide his phenomenal secrets for over thirty years? Blake Henderson inherited more than just a key to a remote storage garage in Farmington, New Mexico. When his estranged and recluse father died, few useless belongings were handed down to him. But none were so mysterious as the contents of sealed wooden boxes and a series of intriguing notebooks—all seemingly forgotten and under lock and key for decades.

The Pueblo Native Americans of Chaco Canyon, NM, had a massive and advanced civilization long before the Spanish invaded their ancestral lands in the 16th century. But why did these indigenous people inexplicably disappear? And How? What relationship did these and other Southwestern indigenous cultures have with the “star people” as they refer to them in their esoteric traditions? What event gave them cause to relocate from their advanced engineered living complexes on the desert floor to more safe dwellings under the monolithic cliffs at Mesa Verde in Colorado, out of sight from the heavens? And then vanish completely?

Coming into the area from California on his Spring Break, Blake thought he would only be verifying his abandoned father’s pointless absence from his life since birth. What he found following in the wake of his murder, threatened to shake what is known about our singular existence in the universe . . .

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