Hi all. I’m back again with a new book. That’s three new releases in six months–whew…
Ends of the Earth is the third and final book of the Galaxy Girl trilogy, my F/F urban fantasy series inspired by Supergirl and, in particular, SuperCorp. If you get a chance to read a copy, I hope you’ll consider adding a rating on Amazon. That’s where I make the majority of my sales, and they tend to boost books that have 50 ratings or more in the first few weeks of publication, so… Yeah. That’s a lot of ratings for an independent author like me!
After a few weeks off–and a road trip with/to family–I’m planning to get back to work on my queer revision of Jane Austen’s Emma and a contemporary romance that takes place in the Girls of Summer fictional universe. Only this time, one of the main characters will be Rachel Ellison, AKA Ellie, and the other–well, that’s still in the works.
The blurb for Ends of the Earth is below. I hope you’ll give the Galaxy Girls trilogy a chance if you haven’t already. Happy almost Summer Solstice, and happy reading!
In the final installment of the Galaxy Girl trilogy, Ava’s terrorist brother has broken out of prison and is on the run. Even worse, their mother is actively helping him elude the authorities. Ava’s concerns about Kenzie’s secret identity are now exacerbated by the fact that her brother and his anti-alien followers are out there somewhere planning the downfall of Earth’s off-worlder community.
Meanwhile, Kenzie is sure that her adopted parents will come to love Ava as much as she does, despite Ava’s scheming family members. She’s happy with Ava, satisfied with her job, and comfortable in her role as Galaxy Girl, Seattle’s local off-worlder superhero. But alien refugees are still disappearing, and when tragedy strikes close to home, no one is sure how to react.
Join Kenzie, Ava, and their cast of friends and family to find out what happens at the ends of the earth in book three of the Galaxy Girl urban fantasy trilogy, where alien refugees live on the fringes of society, Kenzie Shepherd may well be the last daughter of a long-dead planet, and Ava Westbrook wishes everyone could just get along.