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Star Child – Cover Art

June 28, 2018

….. August 8, 2018


When a young woman with secrets falls in with a band of adventurers out to avenge an injustice, she is entangled in a wily cat and mouse game with a powerful adversary. Can she find the answers she seeks before time runs out for her?

AN EXCERPT

Episode 1 : Call of the Stars

 

 

 

SHE LOOKS TO THE STARS BUT THE ANSWERS MIGHT SHATTER HER WORLD …

Introducing a new series

 

 

New Series : The Zenkoti Fables

Announcing a new Adventure Series set in Space …
January 2, 2018


Set in space and on far away exotic worlds, adventure, intrigue, action and mystery abound in this tale of a feisty young heroine embarking on the adventure of a lifetime. As she joins a motley crew of bounty hunters seeking to avenge an injustice, she will learn of her illustrious heritage and go up against a powerful enemy that seeks to exploit this legacy.

Written as a series of episodes, The Zenkoti Fables is available here.


Episode 1 is available below.

EPISODE 1 : Call of the Stars

Down the rabbit hole …

When Novi follows a stranger asking questions onto a mysterious ship, she’s swept up in the adventure of a lifetime.

 

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In a mining outpost in a distant corner of the Universe, a young woman looks to the stars, hankering to travel them. When fate thrusts her into an exhilarating adventure, she will learn about her past, the origins of her people, and a conspiracy by a powerful corporation to deny them their rightful legacy.

 

The Rainmaker, Book 2 of Saga of the Chosen, will be the next release.

 

A sprinkling of new reviews …

Ind’Tale Magazine gives The Mercenary five stars!

“I really loved this, It has all the making to be a truly epic tale of good against evil.  The world and character building are phenomenal.”
– Boundless Book Reviews

The Mercenary is a great Sci-Fi adventure.”
Behind Closed Door Book Reviews

“This was an incredible story of space galaxy proportions. It read like a Star Wars episode with the author’s own personal unique spin on things.”
Natalie the Biblioholic