Who is Author K. Aten?
A Michigan native, K. Aten loves bringing heroines to life in a variety of blended LGBTQ fiction genres. She works in the automotive industry coding in Visual Basic and Excel. Her avid reading and writing provide a nice balance to the daily order of data, allowing her to juggle passion and responsibility. Her writing style is as varied as her reading taste and it shows as she tackles each new genre with glee. But beneath it all, no matter the subject or setting, Kelly carries a core belief that good should triumph. She’s not afraid of pain or adversity, but loves a happy ending. To date she’s published a total of seven novels with Regal Crest Enterprises, with four more scheduled to release by March 2020.
What’s your latest book all about?
The Sovereign of Psiere is the first novel in in the Mystery of the Makers series. It’s a big action adventure sci-fi that encompasses multiple speculative fiction genres. (Sci-fi, action, adventure, royal romance, steampunk, mental powers, mythical beasts, and more!)
Psiere is a world of intrigue where old ideology meets new. The Makers built massive pyramids on each continent and filled them with encrypted texts and advanced technology. The two suns, Archeos and Illeos shine down on a mostly undiscovered planet with a psionic race of people living on land, and violent sea people below the water. The Queen seeks to make the world a better place for all Psierians but her daughter, Royal Sovereign Connate Olivienne Dracore, seeks only to solve the Divine Mystery.
The Connate makes her living as a historical adventurist and wants the answer to two important questions. Who were the Makers and where did they go? Because she is the heir, Olivienne travels with a security force and resents it every moment. Every one of her captains has either quit or been injured trying to keep up with the risk-taking woman. That’s where Commander Castellan Tosh comes in. Capable, confident, and oh-so-dashing, she is forced to switch career corps to take charge of Olivienne’s team. Sparks fly from the moment they meet and things only get hotter as they chase down the clues to the greatest mystery of all time.
How did you get the idea of writing this book?
The Sovereign of Psiere was born out of indecision. No able to decide on a genre to write, I chose everything that I found interesting and hadn’t yet written, then crammed it into one novel. I’m currently writing the sequel.
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