I know it's been forever since I've posted here. In the fall I attended the Rocket City Litfest in Huntsville, and I never commented about that experience. Here's a picture of my table:
The truth is that I've been too busy writing on my next book, which I'm happy to say is done. It's called "The Future Unborn." Here's a blurb to tell you what it's all about:
Acceptance into MIT means everything to Kansas Jones, a straight-A student, class president, top female swimmer on the varsity team, and member of the local teen robotics club. Her high school résumé is immaculate. Getting pregnant at eighteen is unthinkable.
Then the unthinkable happens.
Twelve weeks seems like plenty of time to take care of the situation. She knows what to do. It’s just that she has to take SATs first… and study for finals for the grading period… and prepare for her local MIT interview. Her Early Action college application is due. The team is pushing hard to finish their robot in time for the R2-RoboCon competition in December. An abortion requires money and time to plan, and she doesn’t have either.
When a close family member loses a child, Kansas sees how she could fix everything, but it might cost her MIT and all her dreams for the future. Is she willing to carry this unwanted pregnancy to term? Will she be able to give the baby away?
I don't have a final cover design yet, so it won't be ready for release until later this spring. Keep watching for an announcement about that.