Other Systems is out in Paperback!

My science fiction novel, Other Systems, is now available in paperback!

Other Systems Cover

Right now you can purchase it at

Amazon

or

Barnes&Noble

Summary:
Without an influx of human DNA, the utopian colony on Kipos has eleven generations before it reaches failure. Earth is over ninety light years away. Time is short.

On the over-crowded Earth, many see opportunity in Kipos’s need. After medical, intelligence, and physiological testing, Abby and her younger siblings, Jin and Orchid, are offered transportation. Along with 750,000 other strong immigrants, they leave the safety of their family with the expectation of good jobs and the opportunity for higher education.

While the Earthlings travel to the new planet in stasis, the Kiposi, terrified the savages will taint their paradise, pass a series of indenture and adoption laws in order to assimilate them.

When Abby wakes up on Kipos, Jin cannot be found. Orchid is ripped from her arms as Abby is sold to a dull-eyed man with a sterilized wife. Indentured to breed, she is drugged and systematically coerced. To survive, Abby learns the differences in culture and language using the only thing that is truly hers on this new world: her analytical mind. In order to escape her captors, she joins a planetary survey team where she will discover yet another way of life.

  • ISBN-13: 9781937546144
  • Publisher: 48fourteen
  • Pages: 404

If you want more information, read deleted scenes, or see other extras: check out http://other-systems.com

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Elizabeth! your presentation at the Kent Library today was outstanding! I just happened in there today, and was so delighted by how you generously shared your resources, and more— by the way you spoke with and to the (mostly young) people in the audience— so respectful, and fun, sharing your experiences and enjoying theirs. A lovely serendipity for me! What a treasure you are! I’m a lettering artist myself. Many years ago a Seattle cartoonist taught me to letter the ‘bubbles’ in his panels in a style akin to Wizard of Id. I still enjoy that those crisp clear letter forms.. Hope our paths cross again. Good luck always! Annie

    Reply

    • Thanks for stopping by and thanks for such wonderful compliments, I am glad you enjoyed the program. The library events are really fun to do. – Elizabeth

      Reply

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