The sky is not the limit in this action-packed science fiction bio-tech adventure. Earth’s top talent group together on the spaceship that launches for the start of their earth-saving mission.
Part One, “The Evolution of Chiron,” is an origin story that grows the characters from teens to the adults they will be in the rest of the series. Each specialist has their own challenges on Earth that lead them to signing up to the Chiron mission. While Earth deals with a global alien infection and robot occupation, the inventor of the revolutionary Quantum Displacement drive struggles to get it built and installed in Earth’s first deep space ship Chiron.
in part two, “Aliens and Ailments,” Chiron launches into space. As their journey begins, they encounter obstacles and battles of wills as they strive to survive the harsh and not-so empty space on the way to their distant goal. Together, the hand-picked team deals with technical problems, illness, personal issues, and secret elements of Earth’s warring bio-tech ideologies as they kick off their mission to save Earth.
This is the first book in the opening trilogy of a science fiction space adventure series.
A full glossary of terms in on the main website for those who want all the tech details. Don’t worry, book two, “Ripped Genes,” is nearing completion. Enjoy!
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My fiction writing brings together years of science studies, work in heath care, and training and assistant teaching as a black belt in karate. After reading stacks of science fiction in my youth, I was inspired by space adventures such as Star Trek and medical thrillers by Dr. Robin Cook. Before publishing Earth and Beyond, I had articles on art and science fiction published in print and on-line magazines and served as editor for a newsletter/magazine for several years. Selling fantasy art and approved paintings and products related to the Canadian Musical Ride prepared me for doing some graphic design for fellow visual artists and for my own novel cover and ads.
In my town in New Brunswick, Canada, I run a writing group, am a literacy volunteer at school, and enjoys gardening, creative cooking, yoga, photography, kicking back to good movies and shows, and, of course, my family.