Joined 12 years ago
I’m a story teller; that what’s I like to do. I tell stories of present day life and love, humanity’s future in the stars, and of brave knights and evil wizards.
Pete Maida lives in Upper Marlboro, Maryland with his wife Cathy and his mother Ottavia.
He is the author of “The Long Journey Home”, published in August of 2001 by 1st Books Library and “500 Years From Home” published in 2003 by Lulu Press. Both books are available on Amazon and Yahoo Books.
He began writing in 1985. Pete is a software engineer by trade and in 1985 he wrote a computer game called “Facing the Empire”. Pete discovered that he enjoyed writing the short story that set up the game more than he enjoyed creating the game.
Since then Pete has created the space adventure series “The Solarian Defense Directorate” and the Novels, “Champions of Redland”, “Quest for the Golden Dove”, and “Riun”. Pete's latest major work in the novel "Pioneers." He has also moved into audio. He now makes his stories available on audio CD or MP3 on EBay.
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