ABOUT THE BOOK
I can count on one hand the number of people I trust in this post-apocalyptic world where zombies roam the woods, the rich live under domes, and the rest of us... well, we survive. When a total stranger plucks me out of danger, we find ourselves thrown into the middle of an ancient prophecy that says the assumed long-dead gods will return. It's a race against time as we try to outsmart the past in order to outrun a destiny that neither of us wants. But if everything about the prophecy is so bad, why am I drawn to the mysterious man with the green eyes at every turn? And why does everything that's supposedly so wrong, suddenly feel so right?
I'm a loner, drifting from town to town without any attachments to anyone. Attachments means affection and affection can be dangerous. Getting too close to anyone could activate an ancient curse that's been placed upon me by the All father himself and I cannot afford to let my guard down. I cannot give in to what the curse says I will become. So when I make a split second decision to save the thief from a Navian bounty hunter, I set into motion everything which I've been running from - but in my darkest moments, I find myself running into the danger... and back to her. Will my curse destroy us or is Earth finally due for a miracle?
Equinox is part one of a two-part series and ends in a subtle cliffhanger. While it DOES reach a satisfying conclusion and CAN be read as a standalone, it is the author's recommendation to follow this book with part two of Nova's story, Solstice, which will be released on January 24, 2020.
This book contains material which is intended for a mature audience and is inappropriate for readers under the age of eighteen.
Who has been the most significant influence on you personally and as a writer?
Hands-down, my kids. They are the reason I write, and they inspire me daily to keep pushing through, even when things don't go as planned.
What were your struggles or obstacles you had to overcome to get this book written?