Current Projects

Rights of Use, girl peering into gateway to galaxy

Rights of Use

In the 1960s, Project Blue Book assured America that no aliens visited its amber waves or shining seas. Thirty years later, that's no consolation to teenage Sarah Anderson as she's dragged from home kicking, screaming, and biting.

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Laws Among Friends

Jenn Cors shares her body with a Gertewet symbiont to cure a brain-degenerating disease but struggles with the symbiont's lack of respect.

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The Announcement

First contact is going public... ten years late.

You know you're a writer when you lock your keys and wallet in the car...
but not your notebook.

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Who is Shannon Eichorn?

Shannon decided that writing novels had to be the most challenging occupation possible, because one can never achieve perfection. A way to combine imagination and anything one could learn, writing scifi was obviously her ideal career. Her dad told her to get a real job. (Something about affording food?) So she followed in the footsteps of her role model Samantha Carter and studied aerospace and mechanical engineering.

What does she write?

Although she dabbles in fantasy and has plans for hard science fiction, she loves how soft scifi helps reenvision society. That's where she focuses.

Writers tend to write what they read. If the floor under her bookshelves collapses, it will be because of the space opera and urban fantasy novels.