The Escape (Eve Ate The Apple Part 1)

The Escape (Eve Ate The Apple Part 1)

By   Publisher  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN  1517379547

ANSI  1517379547

Published in   Action & Adventure, Entertainment, Historical, Romance, Science, Science Fiction Fantasy, War,


A forbidden love. A broken heart. A daring escape. A mind blowing twist. Womankind has banded together to make the Planet Venus in the seventieth century both a technological marvel, and cultural nightmare. While women are revered and placed on the highest of pedestals, men are kept in bondage, doomed to a future of abuse and servitude. Love between men and women is strictly forbidden, punishable by mutilation or death. Although she serves on the highest council on the planet, Empress Taylor is willing to risk her life for the scorching love of her slave Nickolas. Her dreams of escape are given wings when her best friend Eva’s slave runs away, igniting a chain of events that will bring them to the deadliest place of all, the forbidden planet, Earth. But Earth is not what it seems. Flung back through time, they find themselves in the middle of The American Civil War, where Taylor and Eva’s skin puts them in grave danger. As they struggle to understand this new planet, and this thing called race, peril awaits them at every turn, and to keep alive they must once again escape.

What is the Tag Line for your book? (A short description of your book in a sentence or two)

A forbidden love. A daring escape. An epic adventure.

Do you write full time or part time

Part Time

How do you structure your day when you write

I write from 730-830 am every day.

Why do you write? (Example; For fun, to make extra money, a personal experience you want to share with the public)

I love writing because it allows me to bring to life all of the stories that swim around in my head.

What are you working on right now / or your most recent work

I am working on finishing the Eve Ate The Apple trilogy.

What inspired you to create this book

I always wondered what beings on other planets would think about our concepts of race.

What genre do you write in and why did you choose it

I choose to write Science Fiction and Romance.

How much research did you do on your book? (If it applies)

A ton. Being from New York, I thought that I knew about New York History. This book opened my eyes to pieces of history that I never knew about.

How do you think you have evolved creatively from when you first started writing until now

My fluidity and descriptions have gotten much better.

What was the hardest thing about writing this book for you

The research.

What was the most rewarding

Seeing it come together.

If you had to start over, is there anything you would do different

Not a thing.

Are you a planner type person, or do you prefer to dive right in when you write


How much dialogue do you have with your readers

Not as much as I would like.

Do you recommend being a part of a support groups to help you with your writing


Do you work with an editor If so, how much input do they have

Yes, I work with several editors and I take all of their corrections to heart.

Was there anyone in your past that you think influenced your writing

Yes. But that's another story for another time.

How are you publishing this book? (Indie / self-published, traditional)

Self Published

What are your thoughts on book series

I love series

How long do you think a book should be? (Pages or words)

At least three

Do you have a strategy for finding reviewers

No, and im open to suggestions

What advice would you give to your younger self today

Keep writing. Keep searching for a publisher and an editor

What is your favorite book or film

Alice in Wonderland

If you don’t already have one, do you have plans to have a book trailer and what are your thoughts on them overall

I don't have one but that's a great idea

What are you working on next

Eve Ate The Apple 3

When you get frustrated, how do you deal with it

I write

What advice would you give a writer that is just starting out

Keep writing and keep reading

About the Author

Seven Steps