About The Author Mason Elliott

Mason Elliott grew up loving Science Fiction and Fantasy in all of their myriad forms. That love has transferred into his dedicated writing. He lives a Spartan lifestyle and yearns to retire on the Pacific Coast one day. If you read his novels and short stories and enjoy them, please support him by recommending his works to others, and if possible, write and submit a review online. Thank you for your support

Mason is releasing two NEW novels!

New Releases!

For a limited time, around the release dates for Mergeworld 3 (4/28/15) and Naero’s Mastery (5/26/15) look for special lower prices on many of Mason Eliott’s Bestselling books.

Get 3 Books FREE!

Spacer Clans Adventure, Book 1: Naero’s Run: FREE!

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The Citation Series, Book 1: The Annextion War: FREE!

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Mergeworld, Book One: FREE!

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Please Check Mason’s Listings for further low prices on his other books:

Spacer Clans Adventure, Book Two: Naero’s Gambit:

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Spacer Clans Adventure, Book Three: Naero’s Fury:

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Mergeworld, Book Two:

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The Citation Series: Book Two, Naero’s War, The High Crusade:

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The Citation Series: Book Three, Naero’s War, Naero’s Trial:

http://amzn.to/1oaMNE3

These bestselling SF and Fantasy books will only be available at these lower prices for a limited time. After the sale period, these books will revert to their former pricing schedules, on Amazon, Smashwords, B&N, Kobo, ibooks, and other ebook retailers.

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The High Crusade

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Naero’s Trial

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Mergeworld, Book Two

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Begin where it all began…

Mergeworld, Book One

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Thanks readers!

10 Comments to "About The Author Mason Elliott"

  1. Dietrich Liebert's Gravatar Dietrich Liebert
    December 16, 2013 - 12:37 pm | Permalink

    Dear Mr. Elliott, I read the first Naero book and liked it. Just a question: how do you measure your space ships? You have a 400 ton cruiser, then a 300 ton ship, and then a 600 ton hyper super space ship that can house and receive thousands of people. At the other end is a 300,000 ton mother ship(?). What does ” ton ” mean? Steel? Volume? Thanks and regards – Dietrich Liebert

  2. todd's Gravatar todd
    February 20, 2014 - 7:25 pm | Permalink

    ive read naeros run and gambit, been waiting on fury since. how the citation series fit in the overall story arc? between gambit and fury? after fury? alternate timeline?

  3. March 1, 2014 - 9:17 am | Permalink

    Just started on Naero’s Run. Picking up a lot of USMC terminology. Are you, or is someone in your family, a devildog? And thank you for writing creating a universe where females are portrayed on equal footing as males in leadership and warrior roles. Semper Fi.

  4. robin's Gravatar robin
    March 19, 2015 - 4:04 pm | Permalink

    Just wondering, when will the next Naero novel be released? Also, what’s the gap in terms of the timeline between the next set of novels and “Naero’s Trial”?

  5. max's Gravatar max
    March 30, 2015 - 12:55 am | Permalink

    hi,

    just finished N.s Run and starting on the annexation series and gambit.

    I had an odd question for you…

    in your “travels” have you come across a SF book with the following theme:

    space surveyors find a mineral rich world with a pre space flight civilization. They crash there and one survivor writes a guide for the natives on how to handle the eventual first contact so as to retain their sovereignty; rather than have the natives be ignored as higher tech worlds grab the mineral wealth of the planet.
    I read this in the early to mid 80’s can’t for the life of me remember the author or the title, but it was a great read.. almost at the level of Starhammer

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