Katherine Padilla has been writing novels since age 13. As a girl, she was equally intrigued by prophecies of the Last Days and the TV show Star Trek. At age 17 she wrote her first story that combined prophecy with science fiction and even submitted it to a contest. That story remains unpublished (and unpublishable!), but her interest in exploring traditional values and religious themes through speculative fiction remains as strong as ever. She has given speeches on the benefits of reading wholesome literature and has compiled resources to help readers in that pursuit on Novaun Novels at http://novels.zerosilver.com. She is the author of five faith-based novels.
Sara Alexander joins organizational psychologist Dr. Benjamin Carroll in his quest to create Zion on the planet Eden. When Eden's planet-spirit begins reacting violently to what it perceives as the colonists' sins, Sara discovers that she is both the focal point of the disorder and the key to saving the colony from destruction. LDS/Mormon fiction.
Lieutenant Braysel Nalaurev invents telepathic technology that will aid Novaun in bringing Sanel King to justice, but even if King is convicted, will Colonel Sharad Quautar be able to capture the untraceable agent that continues to terrorize Ton Luciani? Faith-based fiction.
As Ton Luciani faces the terrifying realization that he isn't safe, even on Novaun, he becomes intrigued by a man who is a different kind of traitor--Braysel Nalaurev, a Fleet officer who has been disowned by his powerful pacifistic family. Faith-based fiction.
Paul and Deia Doshyr learn about their tragic past and discover they may have witnessed their father's murder. As they work to become a part of extended families they don't remember, Miaundea Quautar fights her attraction for the Earthon traitor Dr. Ton Luciani while seeking to unravel the mystery of why he came to Novaun. Faith-based fiction.
Captured and sent to serve as a cadet aboard an Earthon base ship, Novaunian agent Myke Zarek must use a new telepathic procedure to escape without giving its formula to his enemies. He must decide whether the mysterious twins Paul and Deia Sheldon are his allies or agents for his uncle--Earth's Director of Intelligence. Faith-based fiction.