Scott Bartlett was born in St. John's, Newfoundland, where he lives. He is a fiction author who mostly writes science fiction nowadays, though he's dabbled in humor and literary fiction.
The author's medieval comedy novel, Royal Flush, won the H. R. (Bill) Percy Prize, and his contemporary novel Taking Stock, about a young writer struggling with depression, won the Percy Janes First Novel Award, as well as the Lawrence Jackson Writers Award. Taking Stock was also a semi-finalist in the 2014 Best Kindle Book Awards.
Scott recently caught the sci-fi bug, and he's writing new novels at light speed. He especially enjoys writing dystopian sci-fi.
Genres: Science Fiction
Scott Bartlett recommends
A Rain of Fire (2020)
(Great War , book 1)
"Ralph Kern has taken the most important conflict of the 20th century and brought it to vivid life on a galactic scale. Amidst the cool tech and epic space battles, it's the human element that truly draws you into this book. With several characters based on historical figures, Ralph grounds the story in the lived experiences of humans grappling with a world-shaking conflict. Rain of Fire is both military science fiction epic and an important act of remembrance. Highly recommended."
The Luna Missile Crisis (2020)
(Contact Day, book 1)
Rhett C Bruno and Jaime Castle
"Aliens show up in the middle of the twentieth century, creating an America as bizarre as it is eerily recognizable. The Luna Missile Crisis is addictive."
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