UNIMAGINARY is about the struggle for personal freedom...
...discovering who we are inside, how we fit or don't, and how we impact others around us on the journey.
While marketing my first novel, (watch the trailer for WISDOM) I discovered there are many teens, Young Adults, who are into SF&F. More than 70% of the click-thru's to my website were young ladies. "Well, okay," I thought, "I should get busy and write something for them!" Within a month, I had the outline for UNIMAGINARY drafted, and five months later, the completed manuscript. Another full year to edit.
The title has been accepted into the Kindle Scout Program, with the campaign running through May and the first week of June. You can follow the link to the campaign page to see more about the book, my experience writing it, and the inspiration for the cover. Of course, you should take a few minutes to read the first two chapters. I expect you'll be hooked. Not yet published, even the printed proofs are getting great reviews when returned by the beta-readers. Most importantly, please click on Nominate Me. When you do, and Kindle Press decides to publish the e-book, Amazon will send you a free copy. If you thought the end of Chapter 2 was tense, the story only gets more thrilling from there. A happy ending? For some. For others, not so much.
The girl from space breaks nearly every rule to escape her lonely life in the Joining. She rescues a human boy, and will stop at nothing to become his perfect mate.
To protect Wynn from harm, she destroys the bees, the bully, and the spy.
She's banished from Wynn's presence, and when her kind come to return her to the Joining, she faces the truth of all she's done to his planet and its people.
But she can create an entire world within herself.
Just one rule left to break.