Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Vallar - Cindy Borgne

Vallar by Cindy Borgne.


Cindy writes mostly Science Fiction and Fantasy. However, when it comes to genre, she is open to any great idea that might come her way. She likes to read a wide variety as long as the story is good, that's what matters.

Her stories are character driven and fast paced with plenty of conflict. The character driven aspect is important to her. Readers may notice that her characters evolve throughout her stories. She strives to write a page turner, and a unique story - something that will stay in the readers mind and make them think. Cindy won an honorable mention from Writer's Digest in 2006.

Product description:

Sixteen-year-old Ian Connors works for Marscorp, using his psychic ability to give the organization an advantage over other groups angling for control of the embattled planet. The people of Earth have abandoned the colonies of Mars due to a dwindling of their own resources. The leaders of Marscorp believe that by pooling the planets assets, they will be able to gain enough power to force their way back to Earth.

Ian's job is to use his visions to locate smaller organizations in order to plunder their valuables and incorporate their masses. But a disturbing vision and a horrible loss cause Ian to doubt his loyalties to a corrupt, dictatorial admiral.

Unwilling to be a pawn in the Admiral's dangerous game, Ian must find a way to escape and protect a girl he sees himself with in the future. His only hope may lie with a new organization known as Vallar - an alliance of rebel organizations willing to fight for their survival.

Q: What will e-readers like about your book?
The strong points are the characters, the dialogue, and the world building. It’s character driven science fiction.

Q: Why did you go indie? Price and product control.

Q: Who are your favorite authors in your genre? Frank Herbert, Orson Scott Card, Connie Willis.

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