T. A. Bruno grew up in a suburb south of Chicago and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in the film industry. Since then, he has brought stories to life for over a decade as a previsualization artist. At home, he is the proud father of two boys and a husband to a wonderful wife.



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NEW BOOK NAME REVEAL!

I think I’ve been keeping this a secret long enough. My upcoming science fiction novel is officially titled: (Logo not final.) DOWN BELOW BEYOND by T. A. Bruno Levort Aatra is a prospector on a planet named Tayoxe. While scavenging the wastes of the abandoned world, he discovers a mysterious starship and stakes his claim…

New Year, New World(s)- Jan 2023 UPDATE.

I am nearly complete with the first draft of my new upcoming novel (still haven’t officially released the title!! SOON!!) And I’ve been using all my creative energy to bring it to life. Here’s the brief blurb I revealed previously, just to give you the vibe. Levort Aatra is a prospector on a planet named…

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Praise for T. A. BRUNO and THE SONG OF KAMARIA trilogy.

“A sprawling space epic.” — Kirkus Reviews
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A bone-chilling science-fiction thriller that warps fiction, fantasy, and reality in wonderful and scary ways.” — Literary Titan ★★★★★ (Gold Book Award Winner)
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“Bruno has laid the groundwork for a very special trilogy.” —B.T. Keaton, author of the award-winning novel Transference ★★★★★
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“Bruno’s attention to detail in worldbuilding is extraordinary.” – Jonathan Nevair, author of Goodbye to the Sun ★★★★★
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“An original and engrossing new series. Unmissable.” —Readers’ Favorite ★★★★★ (5-star seal)
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“An action-packed adventure from top to bottom.” — Self-Publishing Review, ★★★★
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