Sherri Fulmer Moorer
Life is an adventure. Sometimes, it takes us to the heights of joy. Other times, it's frustrating. Most of the time, its the mundane daily events that make it a miracle. But one thing is certain: its too big to be contained into one reality. That's why we read: so we can experience a fullness of life outside of ourselves that gives us inspiration on how to make the day to day business of being human exciting.
Welcome to a sanctuary where you can step away from the day-to-day and escape reality to new worlds and exciting adventures of ordinary people facing extraordinary circumstances. I hope you find joy and inspiration in these science fiction, mystery, general fiction, and inspirational books that will bring you to eclectic realities that will inspire you to return to your own world with encouragement to keep on keeping on every day.
Anywhere But Here
Meet Jana Lanning: A recent college graduate who can't seem to get a grip on life. All of her plans for the future have fallen apart within two weeks of graduation. The only comfort she finds is in a mysterious music box sent to her by a friend. At first she looks to it for comforting memories of her past, but soon she's having strange dreams of a life where she's the queen of a world where everything she desires comes to pass. It seems ideal until elements of reality and her dream world start to merge, leaving her ill and confused. When she's confronted by attacks in both worlds she must face her demons and choose which reality she prefers; and what price she'll pay to keep it.
What happens when Little Miss Perfect's life is turned upside down? Rachel Shull is about to find out. A year ago she broke up with her boyfriend, Danny, over suspicions that he was hiding something from her. Now Rachel's life is full of accomplishment, achievement, friends, and even a boyfriend. It all seems perfect, until a childhood friend dies in a tragic accident. When it's discovered that Danny had a heated argument with Kirsten shortly before her death, suspicions about his double life resurface. As the case unfolds and tragedy strikes people close to Rachel, she discovers that Danny isn't the only one with dangerous secrets. Life in the small town of Woodland, South Carolina becomes blurry with lies and deceit, and Rachel finds herself questioning everybody; even her new boyfriend.
The year is 3001, and history takes a critical turn when Earth is destroyed by a solar flare. Suddenly, Dr. Leigh Lybrand and her colleagues aboard the space station Jovan I are responsible for the survival of humanity. As they explore ways to survive in orbit of Jupiter, dark matter starts to rip open the fabric of space and time, allowing Leigh and one of her colleagues to see parallel universes. When the visions take a sinister turn to reveal that a radical religious group planned Earth’s destruction, Leigh must make a choice: Accept her fate or use what she’s learned to save humanity; even if it means sacrificing herself in this universe.
The Earthside Box Set
Three sentient races. Two wars. One sustainable planet. Who will rise?
Earth hangs in the balance. The energy aliens came to live symbiotically. The cybernetics came to evolve the planet. Unfortunately, they chose an estranged cousins Kalea and Hailey to introduce them to humanity. Can they achieve balance, or will they descend into a three-way battle for survival?
Domino, Book One of The Sentience Series
Technology blurs the lines between life and death.
Post created May 1, 2175. My name is Kasei Marcuyla. I’m the co-founder of Domino, the program that copies neurological maps and data from neural chips implanted in human brains. I’m posting this message to inform you that Domino works, and these souls aren’t copies from the neural chips. They’re real, sentient, human beings. We bridged the gap between man and machine, giving humanity the ability to continue life in the digital world after the physical body dies.
I was murdered for this discovery. I downloaded myself to Domino yesterday and discovered that the flaws in the system weren’t programming problems. It was sabotage by my own team members. I was attacked by a computer virus that short circuited my neural chip, and fragmented the Domino mainframe. My physical body died, but I escaped to the Internet and survived. I’m on a mission to find the backup of Domino, and to find out why my team members are working against me. I have the resources of the Internet at my disposal to finish this project, and no physical limitations to stop me from getting inside your beloved systems. I’ll prove that Domino works, and I’ll make the ones who sabotaged this project pay for working against me.
One by one, the dominos fall.