Jessica Wren and Ian Williams challenge each other with monthly themes on the blog:
March’s theme is Man v Nature
by Jessica Wren
As the community of Odelia recovers from a hurricane, people are dying from what appears to be a plant that feeds on human blood. The people of Odelia must work together to stop the threat, but first they must face some terrible truths about some of their most respected members.
by Ian Williams
Danny and his friends are on a camping trip in a treacherous part of the woods. What could possibly go wrong, right? They will soon learn that their greatest threat is only half an inch long.
Jessica is a teacher and author from Georgia. Her debut novel is Ice, a paranormal thriller about a small town under siege.
Jessica is also working on the second edition of Ice and a paranormal dystopian trilogy: The Solomon Project, The Rehoboam Sanctions, and The Abijah Coalition. This trilogy will follow three generations of men who are singled out for brutality by the iron-fisted Conference of Independent Nations (C.I.N.). Jessica cannot wait to have this trilogy in its final form.
Ian is a Science Fiction writer from the UK. His first novel, Transitory, is a murder mystery/thriller set on a distant moon, where a strange alien festival is taking place.
His next book was The Sentient Collector; a futuristic tale of technology gone too far and humanity’s overreliance on AI. It was followed by The Sentient Mimic, and then the final in the trilogy, The Sentient Corruption.