“About The Prisoners of Illusion:
Ambrosia Severn is a talented young orthopedic surgeon, and was about to branch off in an exciting new direction in the field of limb replacement, when she made that one fateful mistake—she took a seacoast vacation. The man who had watched her for fifteen years made sure she was dead—but only to the world. Niven is a descendant of Quen star-lords stranded on Earth thousands of years ago. His original mission directive was simple: Protect the beautiful and talented young doctor. He re-wrote the script according to his heart’s desire and today Amy is very much alive among the people whose ancestors came down from the stars. The Island is a sanctuary but the danger is far from over. Niven now must expand the protection to their two children.
Steam Level: steamy romantic fantasy sci-fi
Written by: Edita A. Petrick
I write several genres because I read several genres. I believe that anyone who aspires to writing must read in the same genre that he or she wants to write. The most difficult thing that any writer faces, including me, is to balance the writing life with the regular demands of everyday living and working. I’d like nothing better than to lock myself in a rustic cabin in the woods (with uber service and skip-the-dishes on demand) and write. But, life being what it is, I have to do it whenever I can snatch a scrap of time between family and work. My one piece of advice to writers would be: Don’t feel guilty if you don’t finish that chapter or don’t pound-the-keys for a thousand words a day. There’s always another day to do it. Balance, that’s the key, not marathon writing workshops or hours spent listening to ‘motivational’ podcasts.
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