Indie Spotlight: Where upcoming Independent Authors flaunt their work...
This is the seventh profile on fellow Independent Authors, Artists, Creatives and their new releases. I am a firm believer that promoting and supporting the Indie community is the most effective way to produce a vibrant, lasting culture of reading, artistic expressions and cultivating appreciation of the arts in this and future generations. Thus I hope that this series expands the Indie reading community and connects it with the creatives minds of the burgeoning community of Independent Authors, Artists, and Creatives. So let's get to the next profile on #INDIESPOTLIGHT...
Introducing Jaye Milius: Author of Terminus
Getting to know Jaye
I asked Jaye a series of questions about herself and his latest work Terminus. Her answers did not disappoint! Take a look for yourself...
Pick Up Your Copy of Terminus Today!
Exploring universal spiritual questions through the lens of scientific breakthrough, Terminus follows a research team whose experiments with unexplored energy spectrums inadvertently uncover a window to the beyond. It’s a breakthrough that cost the project head his life, drawing his estranged daughter into the mystery of his death. She joins his team at their remote desert facility – the lab in which her father died – to hear his first messages from the other side. As they race to validate and refine the signal, the team is faced with the suddenly literal ghosts of their past, exploring the emotional, ethical, and societal implications of developing such a technology. They also uncover a flaw in the system that causes the contacted spirits to disintegrate, casualties of mankind’s search for life after death. When her father’s old partner attempts to take control of the project and bring it public, Charlotte must decide whether to destroy the Terminus or allow it to be unleashed on the world.
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Christopher Lee is the indie author of Nemeton, an avid history buff, mythologist, bardic poet, and keeper of the old ways.