Cinzana is the first book in the series Seeds of the Galaxy. Follow the Tatium family during a time of extreme upheaval for not only their family but for the entire galaxy. As the then known galaxy is torn apart, so is the family. As the result of differing political factions fueled by paranoia and self-interest, the galaxy enters an age of madness where reason is completely abandoned.
Separated from their parents, the girls become castaways along with the crew of the Dameon after their ship is attacked by a rogue starship. After years of struggling, they return to their world in search of their parents. They find their father on the planet Preta where Tali is left with her niece and nephew while her sister, Evana, goes with her husband to Yerba with a delegation to sue for peace. While on Preta, Tali learns that her mother is not only alive, but living on Avesta, their home planet. Come join the adventure and see where it takes you . . . . . .
About the Author
Jeanne Linton spent her early years in a small railroad town in British Columbia. In 1952 she moved to Vancouver, attended high school, and worked as a secretary. When she married in 1962, the family moved to Detroit, Michigan, where three children were born. Relocating to Linden, Michigan in 1975, a fourth child arrived. Since 1983 Irene has divided her time between Michigan and British Columbia. Her love for writing, especially in a novelette format for children, began in the late 1980s and has grown from a casual affair to a serious commitment. Jeanne teaches strong values and powerful lessons without preaching. Her captivating storylines are both entertaining and engaging and certainly appeal to the child hidden within each of us. The Elliotmobile is her first book. Coming soon: The Adventures of Fieora Radcliffe and Summer at Stillwater Lake will join her works. Jeanne's words reveal that the source of real magic lies deep within the human spirit. We are never too young to learn how it works. “My journey in the publication of my first book was like entering a maze. There were so many choices to make and so many false starts that I wasted not only time but also revenue. However, with Fieora’s guidance, I was able to plot my course and find my way through. I plan to use Fieora’s help for my other works, and trust that we will have a long and mutually prosperous relationship.” —Jeanne Linton, author