Elizabeth C. Mock grew up with a passion for stories and writing as well as exploring wardrobes. She and her husband live in Cincinnati, OH where they watch too many movies and plot their next culinary adventure. She currently teaches philosophy, spends too much time on social networking sites, and continues writing The Children of Man series and other projects. From time to time, she still investigates suspicious looking wardrobes. Elizabeth is a fantasy author repped by Joe Monti of BG Literary.
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The Luthier of Keman (A Children of Man short story)
Caleb Murphy is coming to the end of his first circuit as an avowed Daniyelan, and it can't end soon enough. Arbitrating judgments in Isfaridesh can't compare to his journeymen circuit riding the disputed Nabosian border, and his partner, Gisa, can't stand him. His thoughts are with his troubled sister as he arrives in the town of Keman, but what awaits him there will change his life forever.
Render (The Children of Man, #2)
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
In the wake of the senseless massacre of the Tereskan healers in Kilrood, Faela and her new allies must heed Rivka’s dying prophecy in order to stand against the coming darkness. But old allies have turned into bitter enemies. Will Faela rediscover her path before it’s too late, or will her desire for revenge lead to her end?
Shatter (The Children of Man, #1)
(4.88 from 17 reviews)
Less than a year ago, Faela Durante, a Tereskan mind healer, disappeared from her family home in Finalaran scared and pregnant. Hunted and living as an outcast, Faela searches for a legend that might be her only hope of gaining atonement and returning to her son. When her journey collides with two strangers, she must choose between trusting those around her or accomplishing her mission.
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- Spinward Fringe Broadcast 0: Origins
on Aug. 05, 2009
I've always enjoyed watching science-fiction more than reading it, but "The First Light Chronicles Omnibus" is a sci-fi trilogy of novellas that I loved reading. There's an innocence to the characters and the story initially, but through some plot twists that I never saw coming, the story ends with a big risk that yielded an even bigger pay-off. You get to know Lalonde's characters like you would any friends. Their personalities and quirks emerge the longer you spend with them and you can't wait until you get to see them again. This series is a great foundation for Lalonde's "Spinward Fringe" series. I would recommend anyone to invest in these stories and characters.