by T.L. Ford
GENRE: Sci-fi/Science Fiction
Maz, Origin is a story of growth and love, guilt and innocence, and changing goals. What is morally right and what is legally right? What’s legal for humans may not be for aliens…
“I volunteered to give you a home. Not out of guilt or to exact some revenge, but simple compassion. If you’re to have any chance at all of staying out of the Zone and becoming part of our society, you need a proper home with someone who understands your history and can help you navigate and learn about our society. That’s me.”
I hmm’d. Was Ron lying?
He continued, “The payment is that you try to adapt, try to learn our ways, and eventually become a productive citizen. Talk with me about any issues or confusion you have and keep a clean record. No violence. No illegal drugs.”
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
T. L. Ford is a programmer, writer, and artist. She spent most of her professional career supporting the Patuxent River Naval Air Station in southern Maryland. Her science fiction novels imagine possibilities while focusing on society and personal relationships and decisions. Her fantasy novels are heavily influenced by Dungeons & Dragons and are light “weekend reads”. She’s also created two art books, a thriller novella, and an interactive math iBook. She enjoys sailing, hiking, and spending time with her family.
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