The Plasma Master

I sort of think about science fiction stuff a lot. Right after I finished high school I wrote a story that incorporated as much cool stuff as I could come up with. Part of the motivation was to give myself a story I could enjoy; it's hard for me to find fiction that I really like. And then I sat on it for fourteen years, until I learned that you could self-publish on Kindle for free, and my brother reread the story and told me that I should publish it. It's not the most professionally written piece of literature in history, but as my brother put it, there's a lot of worse stuff out there. And I do think it's a pretty cool story.

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Here's the "official" synopsis:
Nedward Simmons is living a regular Earth life when he stumbles across an artifact from an alien civilization. Its protective powers are more intriguing than useful to him, until the aliens themselves arrive. Unable to hand over the power he has unwittingly acquired, Ned decides instead to travel with them in an attempt to defeat the Anacron army, which threatens their freedom. But Ned soon learns that his Plasma Crystal is not the only source of mysterious power in the galaxy. Ned and his comrades must deal with a vast space armada, enemy Plasma Masters, and even a monster or two as they search for a way to penetrate the enemy fortress of Venom and restore peace to their empire.

I eventually wrote a sequel. By all accounts, this is (even) better than the first.
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And here's the final book! Heroic battles, questions answered, issues resolved, all that good stuff.
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