A new hero arises in the Scouts Out universe! Orphaned at an early age, Frank Pierce enlists in the Confederation Army to escape the slums on the planet Alamo. His one goal in life becomes an effort to join the Long Range Scouts. A near impossible task, since they demand experienced soldiers in their ranks. Unless you are a superb shot with a sniper rifle, like Frank. Taking on the greatest challenge of his life, he works unceasingly at honing his physical abilities to a razor sharp edge while risking his life on perilous missions to other worlds. He is challenged both mentally and physically not only by his friends, but by an implacable enemy bent on ensuring he meets a violent death.
How does a human survive in an alien dominated InterGalactic Community? By becoming an assassin, of course.
At least, that’s what Leopold thought when he became an assassin for the elite. Pretending to be an alien known as Voidstriker, Leopold feeds his appetite for vengeance, killing aliens as well as taking their money. It’s a win-win to his mind. That is, until a bounty is placed upon his head.
With his true identity now revealed to the IG Community, Leopold knows it’s only a matter of time before the powerful family members of his victims come for blood. Far worse is the fact that the one who put the bounty on his head, is the one he most fears.
A routine job three cycles ago brought him face-to-face with Mastrodai, a prince of the powerful Mrrog Nation. Not only did Leopold—accidentally—destroy part of Mastrodai’s moon, but one glimpse of the mighty alien had him feeling desire for the first time in his life. He ran, and like predator after prey, Mastrodai never stopped hunting him.
Leopold is convinced that Mastrodai wants bloody revenge. But when he finally confronts the mrrog, he is stunned to realize Mastrodai wants something very different. Something surprisingly intimate—the one thing that scares Leopold more than torture.
WARNING: 1) This is NOT a fluffy romance and 2) There is torture/rape OFF PAGE (NOT between the main couple, Mastrodai and Leopold–their sexy times are always consensual), and dealing with the aftermath of assault.
“If you have ever wondered what the darkness hides, if the stories are true. Don’t. They are real and my advice to you is to stay as far away from them as possible. My life ended the night I discovered the truth.”
Caught in the clash between two dominions of ancient origin, B’Lana must decide between death and a slim chance at survival. Her only chance to survive rests firmly in the hands of the one person she is the most unsure she can trust. Grab your copy of Eclipse of the Warrior today!
In Book 2 of the Transcender Trilogy, eighteen-year-old Jaden Beckett has thirty days to ultimately decide her own destiny. Which path will she choose? Her current life with her loving family in Connecticut? Life in an intriguing alternate world with the man she loves? Or the amazing life of a multi-universe Transcender?
Jaden and her mentor, Agent Ralston, of the Inter-Universal Guidance Agency return to Domerica, where she reunites with her mother and her fiancé, Ryder Blackthorn, experiences fantastic Transcender adventures in exotic parallel worlds, and narrowly escapes a hit squad of black knights. In the end, Jaden’s decision is anything but simple.
Targeted Age Group:
Teen to Adult
How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Fantasy must be absolutely the most fun genre to write in. We fantasy writers can let our imaginations run wild building new worlds, creating extraordinary creatures, and devising otherworldly adventures. As much as possible, I try to do my research and keep my creations believable, so as not to stretch the bounds of suspended disbelief to the breaking point, but for the most part, I just want the reader to have an awesome time in a completely unique environment.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
The best advice I ever received about writing was “just finish it.” I had several half-finished novels languishing in a drawer, and my current story seemed to be going nowhere. A local author visited my son’s school and over lunch she convinced me that finishing the first draft–no matter how ugly–was 80 percent of the battle. I took her advice and even though the story shifted and changed over the course of the drafting process, and I did about a million rewrites, I finally finished my first novel, TRANSCENDER. It felt great!
Prior to becoming an author and publisher of young adult fiction, Vicky Savage enjoyed many diverse occupations; flagman on a construction crew, trial lawyer, and healthcare company executive, to name a few. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from the University of Minnesota and a Juris Doctorate from the Florida State University College of Law. She has resided in seven different states and London, England.
Vicky currently lives on the west coast of Florida with her boyishly charming husband, her handsome son, and two effervescent dogs. She is diligently working on Illuminosity, Book 3 of the Transcender Trilogy.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I believe that, at some point, everyone wishes to possess magical powers of some kind! Don’t you? If I could choose my power, I’d choose to have the ability to travel among different dimensions and visit new and exotic worlds. Also, I think it would be fun to experience different lives simultaneously. Of course, if I could choose a life to experience, even temporarily, it would be that of a princess or queen (or, let’s face it, a rock star). So, I gave my protagonist this remarkable ability, and presto, she wound up in a parallel universe where she was a princess! How cool is that?