Bones of Starlight: Fire On All Sides is an intergalactic mythic fantasy space opera that began online release in September 2014, and concluded October, 2015. The first novel in the Bones of Starlight series is now available through retailers and online. Stay tuned.
Bones of Starlight: Fire On All Sides
The Princess and the detective return to very different receptions in the city of Alisandre Capital: one performs the royal ritual, while the other must sling a coffee mug. These separate worlds possess a synchrony that grows closer now, woven through the journeys of characters throughout the Pan-Galaxy.
Scion Princess Soleil is contacted by mysterious forces, who give her a hidden history – it’s clear things are not all as they seem in the Pan-Galactic court, from Her Vast Eminence Celeste, Magus the 24th, to the Ascendant pair, Charlotte and Vario.
As #1 public enemy Raev Sturlusson creates some stirring emergencies, networks fair and foul weave through the shadows around intergalactic events. Spheres align and collide in surprising turns, from the detective to the ambiguously employed corporate worker, the people behind them and the people behind them. What exactly is it they’re all up to? Something big, clearly dangerous, and very scientific.
Catastrophic events involve shipping pilots who always happen to know each other, who have time to volunteer; the semi-interested involvement of Dragonkind; and other non-human sentients, the grandly extra-spectrum expressive Aquarii.
From the strategy room to the lost streets, discover Alisandre and the Pan-Galactic Imperium through people within and without, as it all begins to change.
Eva L. Elasigue
In letters, she began as a youth writing arts scholar and accepted poet, graduating with a biology degree to freelance periodical and editing work. More recently, she has had a neo-Shakespearian monologue performed on the local stage, and contributes to McSweeney’s Internet Tendency and other showcases. This aside from the main work of her debut science fiction fantasy series, Bones of Starlight, (excerpted) Writers of the Future Contest Finalist. Passionate about wilderness and creativity, she has also studied and worked in the sciences, retail, and small farms. She calls the Pacific Northwest home, and there manages Primal Spiral, an entity in support of inter-arts collaborations in imaginative and speculative fiction.
Bay, River, Island.
See her mixed media art at www.serialsurreal.com