After thousands of years, the ancient Egyptian 18th Dynasty of Ahmose are still on the hunt for the secret of flight, forcing Avitorians to hide in fear. Facing the threat of capture, Leif's dreams are shattered and he is forced to decide between hiding or embracing his heritage.
Air Born is a highly rated Sci-fi/Fantasy YA Novel - 305 pages, 69k Words
"Fantastic book..amazing! Can not wait for the next entry in the series!" Chad
"This is an excellent read! It keeps your attention to the very end." Sharon
"Amazing story! Spellbinding!" KMF Radio
"I'm hooked!" Janice
About the Author
I'm a published author, freelance writer, technologist, and software developer - basically, a geek who likes to write. I've written books for Microsoft Press, Wiley Publications, user guides, and more articles than I can count on all my digits. While the non-fiction writing has been great, my heart lies in the telling of science fiction and urban fantasy stories. I've met Captain Kirk, taught Harry Anderson (Night Court) how to fly in Flight Simulator, been in front of the TV camera four times, and played in an awesome band at the House of Blues. I'm a "creative" who just wants to share my stories with the world and hopefully find a way to make a living out of it.
My Zegin's Adventures stories are popular ebook and print releases on Amazon, and my latest full-length, romantic, sci-fi/urban fantasy novel, Air Born, is receiving glowing reviews (and awesome book selfie pictures) from around the world. Due to the clamoring of the loving fans and readers, my current focus for writing is Air Storm - the second book in the Air Born series.
I live in the Pacific Northwest, where the prevalence of coffee shops and hiking trails contribute to my inspiration. Aside from telling stories, I dabble in all sorts of computer technologies, I'm a public speaker and a promoter of effective life goals. I try to be insightful, but usually end up being humorous as I mumble here and on social media. If you're fortunate, you might find me planting an autographed book at a random location, or just handing one to a random person who likes to read.