My first series of novels, The Kepos Chronicles, is well underway. It’s perfect for biology nerds, insect enthusiasts, and science fiction aficionados.
Book 1, The Kepos Problem, is out now! Here’s the blurb:
Dione Quinn is a biology nerd, not a fighter, but when a school research trip goes wrong and the Venatorians attack their ship, she doesn’t have much of a choice.
In fact, she has even fewer choices when her best friend, Lithia Min, jumps them to a planet outside the Alliance-protected Bubble. They’ve escaped for now, but on top of being stranded where no one will find them, one of her classmates has been injured in the attack. The only thing that can save her is on the uncatalogued planet Kepos.
As Dione discovers the truth about the planet and the lengths to which she must go to save her friends, Kepos presents a problem. One that will force Dione to decide: what is her future worth?
Book 2, The Ven Hypothesis, just came back from beta readers! They had some good feedback and I look forward to improving the story based on their comments. Right now, the estimated publication date is October 2018! I’m looking forward to diving into edits this week and starting the first draft of The Island Experiment.
Book 3, The Island Experiment, it has grown into a more detailed outline, but I’ve been making some adjustments to one of the two main story lines. Now that the summer is here, I’m working out a few kinks in the outline before I get started.
Book 4 currently doesn’t have a title or an outline, but it should be the last book in the series. I’ve been jotting down some ideas, and I know that more will come to me as I get into writing The Island Experiment.