The Voyager Series


Voyager 1

Through The Wormhole, Literally

The Voyager 1 space probe was launched by NASA on September 5, 1977, to study the outer solar system and, ultimately, interstellar space. It carried a gold-plated audio-visual disc in the event that it might be found by intelligent life-forms from other planetary systems. The record contained photos of the Earth and its life-forms, spoken greetings from people including the President of the United States, Jimmy Carter, and a medley of sounds from Earth, including whales, a baby crying, waves breaking on a shore and music, including works by Mozart and Chuck Berry’s “Johnny B. Goode”. It was discovered by goopmutt bandits who towed it through interstellar space at superluminal speed. In an effort to conceal their crime, they manipulated the data on the craft’s digital tape recorder and left it in the heliosphere where its signal could still be picked up from Earth. Eventually, they abandoned the probe in the Centaurus galaxy where it was picked up by two itinerant spacecombers from a small circumbinary planet known as Morys Minor. The discovery of the golden record attached to the Voyager probe raised expectations of harmonious relations between inhabitants of the two planets, so one of the spacecombers who discovered it, smolin9, was dispatched by wormhole to Earth to investigate the planet and determine its suitability for colonisation. However, following extensive study, the Mortians decided the planet exceeded volatility thresholds and deemed it unsuitable. During smolin9’s brief sojourn on Earth, he met life coach, Melinda Hill of Camden in London. This story charts the events arising from this encounter.

Paperback version
Kindle version



Neil is an avid aquarium hobbyist. He is also the grandson of a woman who befriended extraterrestrials from a small circumbinary planet known as Morys Minor. Having obtained financial backing for a project to re-establish contact with his late grandmother’s alien friends, he unexpectedly receives a visit from one of them. Unfortunately, yukawa3 has alarming news for everyone on Earth. A species evolved from ants is surreptitiously invading the planet and is bent on overthrowing humankind. Neil must act to save his fish. The consequences of failure are unsinkable. Based on all the best books you can think of and written with all the clarity of a grungy and neglected fish tank, ANTidote explores themes of staggering inanity sprinkled with a few flakes of nourishing perspicacity (mainly for the fish).

Paperback version
Kindle version



Being an avid aquarium hobbyist, it is obviously just a matter of time before Neil finds himself travelling by wormhole to a small circumbinary planet in the constellation of Cygnus. Okay, it’s probably more relevant that he is the grandson of a woman who had befriended extra-terrestrials at the turn of the 21st century. Having been chosen to broker a peace agreement between the Mortian and Earth peoples, he is hampered in his efforts by the disappearance of his Earthling friend, Aysha, the general unpredictability of life on planet Melinda and the sinister chicanery of the chilloks, a species evolved from ants that is bent on overthrowing humankind…

Paperback version
Kindle version


The Voyager Golden Record

Miscellaneous spin-offs from the books:

The Best Of The Wormhole Reports
Smolin9’s Snapshots From The Pale Blue Dot
The Voyager Series – Promotional Pics


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.