Order of Barbara Hambly Books

Barbara Hambly is an American author of fantasy, science fiction, mystery and historical fiction novels. She writes the Darwath, James Asher and Benjamin January series, and has contributed towards the Star Wars and Star Trek series. Barbara earned her Master’s degree in medival history from the University of California at Riverside. Before becoming a novelist, […]


Order of Alan Dean Foster Books

Alan Dean Foster is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels. He is the creator of the Humanx Commonwealth universe and Spellsinger series. Foster is also known for writing novelizations and movie tie-ins for films and film series such as Star Wars, Star Trek, Alien, Transformers, The Thing and many others. Foster lives […]


Order of Cleo Coyle Books

Cleo Coyle and Alice Kimberly are pen names belonging to American author Alice Alfonsi. Alice Alfonsi co-authors the Coffeehouse Mysteries series (as Cleo Coyle) and the Haunted Bookshop Mysteries (as Alice Kimberly) with husband Marc Cerasini. Aside from those cozy mystery series, Alice has also written many young adult television tie-in novels (such as That’s […]


Order of R.A. Salvatore Books

R.A. Salvatore is an American author of science fiction and fantasy novels, including his DemonWars Saga, the Forgotten Realms series and a few Star Wars novels. His most famous character is Drizzt Do’Urden from the Forgotten Realms series. Salvatore got into fantasy after reading The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien. He is well […]


Order of Terry Brooks Books

Terry Brooks is an American author of epic fantasy and urban fantasy. He is best known for his Shannara series. Besides his Shannara-related books, Brooks has written one other series called the Magic Kingdom of Landover. He has also written a couple of novelizations for major motion pictures – Hook and Star Wars Episode I: […]


Order of Star Wars Books

Star Wars is an epic space opera franchise created by American film producer, screenwriter and director George Lucas. Unlike most creators you see on this site, George Lucas has never written a Star Wars novel, but instead commissioned dozens and dozens of other writers such as John Jackson Miller, Kevin J. Anderson, Rebecca Moesta, Michael […]