Steven Lyle Jordan

Science Fiction Author, Futurist

From the author:

Steven Lyle JordanI write under the name of Steven Lyle Jordan because it’s easier than making something up.  I love science, technology, the environment and its impact on humanity and the future… which is why I love science fiction, the one genre that speaks to all of those interests.

I’ve written (so far) 15 science fiction novels, ranging from lighthearted sci-fi to serious SF.  I also spend a lot of time trying to find new ways of getting the word of my novels out to you, the readers.  And I love to talk about SF in books, television and movies.  A lot.  (Hang with me on Facebook or Twitter.)


Some say:

“Jordan has several other novels that I’ve read, and I have found them all to demonstrate him to be a diverse and talented author. I look forward to more from this author.”

“You have a true talent for creating a future that can be envisioned…”

“This guy can tell a tale.”

“I found myself turning the last few pages in the desperate hope that it was not going to end yet.”

“Trust me on this, old Steven Lyle Jordan can tell a story, and in my opinion, that’s what counts.”

“Steven Lyle Jordan can load mercury with a pitchfork.”

Steven was a pioneer of the ebook format, embracing it and producing his own ebooks before mainstream media had even discovered them.  His passions for technology, humanity, nature and the future burn brightly in his novels and in the commentary on this blog.

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Steven Lyle Jordan has earned an average 4.4-star rating on Amazon with his novels, featuring fascinating characters, rousing action, realistic science and future scenarios.  He’s won awards and acclaim for his novels, including 2010 Top Four Reads at Daily Cheap Reads, Best of the Best Semi-Finalist at EditorJennifer.com (for Verdant Agenda), and Gold Star Winner in The Book Designer cover design competition, 2013 (for Sarcology). He’s also been a panelist at AwesomeCon.

Find more information on the Novels page.

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