Finding Earth is a science fiction series, set throughout the stars.
Earth resources are depleted. To save humanity, world leaders build twenty-five transport spaceships. With 5,000 passengers and crew, each vessel travels toward separate coordinates, where they search for a healthy planet to populate. Perhaps one day children of the initial travelers will find each other, but until then, there are worlds to populate, and adventures to be had.
This series will chronicle the journeys of select ships as they travel into the unknown and away from their dying world.
PURCHASE HERE. At landfall, humans find a pristine world, where food and water are plentiful. Determined to treat Cetus better than Old Earth, they live off the land and barter for goods and services, using runners to carry between the five settlements.
When runners and other teenagers develop unusual abilities, they’re confined for study. As more and more present with powers, the teenagers call themselves drifters and work to hone their skills. When one of their own goes missing, the drifters search for their missing friend, only to discover there’s a lot about their new world the humans don’t know.
As humans learn more about the world they settled, how will adults accept the changes in the next generation? Can the drifters control their powers and use them to prevent a war? Or will they be the cause of a war?
PURCHASE HERE. Cal is happiest when left alone. He wants to get away from everyone and see the water world his transport ship settled. As a crewman on the maiden voyage of the research vessel Okar Lane, Cal expects to do just that while searching their new world for needed resources. A storm tosses the ship off course, and he is thrown into a role he didn’t volunteer for. One he never expected to have.
When the battered Okar Lane lands at a beach on the one island the crew was forbidden to approach, Cal realizes that survival hinges on breaking many of the regulations the ruling council imposed for the research team. No longer concerned with breaking council law, Cal focuses on getting the crew back home, only to find there are obstacles the council didn’t prepare him for, especially once he discovers the secrets hidden beneath the surface of the water.
Can Cal navigate the rough seas of this new world, or will he start a war the humans can’t win?