U is for Universe

The Universe is a big place and I’d wager a bet that we are not the only people to live in it. So what do you think is out there? Do you believe in aliens? Other worldly beings of some variety? Or do you believe we are the only ones in all the universe?

In CATCHING STARDUST I have a new idea about what kind of other worldly beings might be out there in the Universe with us. Perhaps you’ll check it out and see what you think?  Available now at  AMAZON only!

Maia’s been banished to Earth from her place among the stars as the eldest sister of Pleiades… and all because Orion won’t stop chasing her around the universe. Now Maia has to find her way back to the stars with only the help of hunky astronautics scientist Zander while staying hidden from Orion.

Zander never expected the discovery of his lifetime to fall into his lap, but when Maia also falls into his bed, he knows there’s no way he can turn the goddess who has stolen his heart into a science project. With his best friend ready to sell him out for fame, her wannabe lover Orion chasing after her on Earth, and time running out fast, Zander must fight to keep Maia safe long enough to get her home.

If going home means losing Zander, is Maia ready to go back to the stars?


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  1. Eileen says:

    Have you ever seen Contact with Jodi Foster? Her answer at the end makes sense to me when it comes to the universe. It’s an awfully big place so I wouldn’t doubt there are others out there.

    1. Heather says:

      I actually mention that movie in the book! It’s the hero’s favorite! I love it too. And I think she’s right about it being an awful waste of space if there’s only us here. I’m sure there is so much more to the universe than we know!

  2. Nancy C Weeks says:

    Hi Heather,
    So glad I found your blog. I love it. As for the post, I believe it only makes sense that there are other worlds out there. As vast as the universe is, how could we be the only ones? The thought doesn’t even make sense to me. Do I want to meet one of the other worldly creatures—don’t really want to call them aliens—-heck yeah –as long as they leave my brain alone. 🙂

    1. Heather says:

      I’m with you, Nancy! I wouldn’t mind meeting otherworldly beings but I agree, I’d rather they don’t touch my brain!

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