A New YA SF

Well, not really new.

I had a publisher contact me, telling me he liked my writing very much and was sorry to see that Sentient had already been snatched up by someone else, though he was happy for me and wished me luck.  Now, I submitted that clear back in March or April, so there really was no reason for him to write (except out of politeness).  I’m slow, but not stupid.  I figured that it also just might be a hint.  So, I’m in the middle of editing another YA SF to get to him by February, when he starts taking submissions again.

Frozen Fire is about telepathic seventeen year old Denefe Xia and her twin sister, Kaleen.  As orphans, they may not have had any other family, but they always had each other.  In a natural disaster, Denefe is sucked into the past by a wormhole where she discovers she has a hidden triplet, Torenz, who was raised by parents she thought had died when she was a child.  And that’s where the secrets begin.

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About Wendy L. Koenig

I was born in Colorado, but raised on a small homestead in Illinois. I served in the USAF right out of high school. After my stint in the military was finished, I returned home and had a horse stable. My first piece to be printed was a short children’s fiction, Jet’s Stormy Adventure, serialized in The Illinois Horse Network. It was a natural fit, given my business. Later, I attended University of Iowa's famed summer workshops and writing programs. Since that time, I have authored and co-authored numerous books. Several of my novels and short stories have won international awards and have appeared in multiple venues.
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