I had a little hiccup which led to some of the apps delivering the ebook on April 2nd. I really enjoyed writing this story and I hope you’ll enjoy reading it. The other day, when the snow began falling gently where I live (before the snowstorm), it reminded me of the scene in the story when the first snow fell on the rain planet. It only snows every 25 years so it’s always a special event. I’m glad we have winters here. When the earth is covered in a blanket of white, it’s really breathtaking.
Look what came in!
Aeva is a story about humanity. What choices do you have when you are left with really, no choice? The rules are against you. The people you believed in failed you. Everything hinges on hope.
The pre-order for Aeva goes live today at all major online retailers!
I’m excited to announce that Aeva: The Last Hope will go live on March 15th in ebook and paperback. Right now you can win the ebook by entering the giveaway on goodreads.com. Click the image below or go here: https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/enter_kindle_giveaway/320524-aeva.
I should be finishing up Aeva but the new story outline/prep has been taking up all my time.
Today, let’s see if I can put the Pomodoro Technique to use on Aeva and have it at least 80% done.
Last month, I worked on getting a sci-fi story into an anthology but missed the deadline by a couple of hours. I’m now looking for other anthologies to submit the story to. I found a few places that I’d like to submit to but I’m also debating on whether I should turn it into a novella or even a novel and have it published that way. I never thought making these decisions would be so difficult.
Aeva is a speculative science fiction about artificially created humans and an alien race in dire need of naturally born humans to incubate their eggs. It takes place many light years away from earth in a different galaxy. The back story is that just before earth’s surface was destroyed through wars and global warming, a large spaceship was built, and carried in it where humans who were eager to survive and were willing to take the chance of surviving in outer space. They traveled nowhere for some time until they began to run low on fuel, food, and oxygen. They located an alien planet named Pfore (pronounced, P-4) where they were able to get what they needed, but they were cautious, and they had every right to be.
The aliens on Pfore looked exactly like humans with the exception that their chests and upper back (just below the neck) was dappled with round scales. They also have a different reproductive system from humans. They laid eggs. Not all at once but one at the time. A fertilized egg incubates in the female alien for three months before it is pushed out and then matures under the alien’s care. Somehow, a virus interrupted the alien’s cycle and no eggs were able to survive in its mother’s womb. The aliens found a way around it by using female humans.
The humans in outer space have their own issues, but long story short, they created artificial humans and removed the reproductive organs from the females. The aliens can’t use these females to reproduce but they know there are females who can and they know earth is full of them. After the wars and global warming, humans on earth rebuilt, making earth extremely technologically advanced. The question now is, will the aliens find a way to earth?