Science Fiction

Science Fiction

The Zephyr Chronicles

-Tapped –

Devon Barlow knows his parents are different. They never dress down, they rarely talk to people outside the ship, and they have so many smugglers’ caches on board Zephyr they could hide an army. In fact, he’s pretty sure they’re pirates. When his mother brings passengers onto the ship he thinks his suspicions are confirmed, but these passengers are more than he’d anticipated. Suddenly on the run, Devon finds himself confronted by a past his parents have worked hard to protect him from; his own.

Jorry thought winning a galactic war would be enough to buy a peaceful life. She was wrong. Running from the government she fought so hard for, she carves a simple life out for herself and her family. When her family is dragged into a black market deal Jorry finds herself directly in the sights of those she’s been hiding from and must decide how far she’s willing to go to protect the people she loves.

-ENEMY SOULS –

Answering a friend’s call for help, Jorry and Seach Barlow make their way into Consulate Space, but nothing can prepare them for what’s hidden in Saturn’s rings. With their escape botched and their ship broken, they dock at a secret station on Daphnis for repairs, but time is not on their side. Deserters from the Consulate army, Jorry and Seach are already wanted felons, and to make matters worse it seems the Consulate abandoned Daphnis Station for a reason. Dodging family drama, Consulate soldiers, and a crazed creature known as a remnant, Jorry and Seach must come to terms with the past before Daphnis becomes their final resting place.

DEVIATION – Stand Alone Novel

On the brink of a religious war between Makeem and Novo Femina, Celeocia Prosser’s struggle for gender equality leads her to Reesa Zimms; the one woman in all of history who can identify the first Mavirus victim. Believing the information surrounding this patient zero to be pivotal in the fight against the Makeem, Celeocia sets her sights on Reesa Zimms, also known as Caresse Zimmerman. There’s just one problem; Reesa Zimms is a science fiction novelist who lived and died hundreds of years in the past.

Utilizing wormhole travel and antimatter discs, Celeocia sends her son Hedric and the crew of the ship known as the Lothogy careening through time. When Hedric finds Reesa, the novelist is accompanied by her best friend Kate, who just happens to look like his recently murdered wife. Stunned and reeling, Hedric abducts both women, bringing Reesa and Kate on a not-so-gentle ride into the future.

Time travel might be easier for Reesa to accept because Hedric Prosser, the High Priestess, and the very ship they’re traveling on, all belong in Reesa’s novels. Confused and pretty sure she’s going insane; Reesa tries to prepare her friend Kate for the very male-dominated society they’ve been dumped into. When she finds herself abandoned by Hedric, Reesa must rely on Matthew Borden, the villain of her books to rescue Kate and fight their way home.