Science fiction has been my love since I was a little kid who purposely tried to stay up at 11pm to watch Star Trek. When Star Wars hit the scene, I would've given anything--even pay a total stranger--to watch it everyday at the movie theatre. Of course, my parents would've yanked me out of my seat by the scruff of my neck. But...my all-time favorite is Alien 2. And here I thought Alien wouldn't be topped.
So what does any of this have to do with me and my writing? Well, I've been writing for a few years now and even though I watch a lot of sci-fi, I don't read it nearly as much of it as I do paranormal. So, it made sense to combine the two and come up with my Project Solstice series.
I currently live in North Carolina with my family and am a disenchanted member of the rat race.
Human extinction is inevitable in the year 2061. With only an average of 50 babies being born each year, pilot Lilia Gray is considered a success story in a world of forced fertilization. Viable Eggs begins her journey through her pregnancy where mothers-to-be are treated like celebrities while the childless have their rights stripped away. Other than being the first to give birth to triplets in more than twenty-five years, Lilia refuses to let fame go to her head. She's a woman who knows the value of freedom from an autocratic society and will do whatever it takes to remind the world of their basic human rights. The Morality Agency will do whatever it takes to silence her.
Lilia Grayson is near the end of her third trimester and out of time. With trouble continuing to follow her, the Mortality Agency is watching her every move and eliminating others. They're clamping down on her life and those of her unborn twins. Unless she can get the World Health Organization on her side, her children might be taken away from her the moment they're born.
In the year 2061, the human race is racing toward extinction. Helicopter pilot, Lilia Grayson is carrying the first set of identical twins in more than twenty-five years. The Mortality Agency promises to keep her and her family safe, but their primary concern is good breeding stock...regardless of the cost.
Lilia Grayson has entered into her second trimester and more danger than ever before. She survives an explosion only to later be kidnapped by Billionaire Jason Pollard who wants do more than make Lilia a member of the secretive radical group called the Artemis League. His money can't hide Lilia or his utopian society when a traitor threatens to give all of them up to the Mortality Agency.
It's time for Ava to see what's out there. Whether she's ready for the task is irrelevant. The aliens have made it clear that they will stop at nothing to destroy our planet. Her only hope is to reach the mysterious station called Space 51 and pray they have the capability to protect the Earth. That's assuming treachery from within our ranks doesn't destroy us, first.
The aliens have attacked one of the most advanced weaponry bases on the planet. Ava Frost can help, but first she has to wind her way through the complex supernatural world that has banded together to confront Project Solstice. Bigotry and fear are ripe on Unit 51. Keeping everyone focused on who the real enemy is the least of Ava's problems, after she mentally links with the alien attack ship.
Ava Frost has a choice. Either she can help Department 51 figure out the alien signal that has been transmitting from Earth or she can spend the rest of her life in jail. When a MIB-type man convinces her to take the plea deal with Department 51, her fears have only started. Her dead brother has left her something to remember him by. Something that might be more dangerous than the alien invasion.
While investigating her brother's strange behavior, Ava Frost uncovers a government secret that will alter the entire world. Vampires, werewolves, witches. They all have their own origins, and Earth isn't it. These creatures are the ancestors of aliens who have crash-landed on the Earth throughout history. But that's not what scares Ava the most. It's what our government did with the debris.