Waking up without your memory in a cell and bound by chains is terrifying.
Two nameless strangers, a man and a woman, find themselves imprisoned together. With no memories of their own identities, let alone their captor and tormentor, escape is the only option. The pair faces a bizarre labyrinth of rooms and clues that confuse more than they explain. Every discovery only brings more questions.
Who captured them? Why were they taken? What does their captor want from them? What can the riddles mean?
Who are they?
Lacking allies and options, the duo must learn to trust one another. Mazes, puzzles, and even strange, lurking creatures force them to rely on their wits--and each other--for survival. But survival isn't enough. They need answers.
Will the answers be enough? Will the truth bring them closer together, or drive them forever apart? Will discovering their identities finally bring them home?
Me: Sounds like you plot a lot the way I do (now)! My last “outline” had 16,000 words of ch-by-ch outline before I couldn’t stand it anymore and had to start writing! Now that Foreign Identity is out, what is your next step? Are you planning a sequel, or is Foreign Identity a stand-alone book? Do you have other novels in the works? And can you tell us a bit about Consortium of Worlds, your anthology?
Me: Ah, Kira from my Mindjack Trilogy can relate to that “sub-normal” label that gets applied to people without the reigning powers-that-be! And pretty much every mindjacker can sympathize with being hunted down by the government. :) Sounds like you have some great stuff coming up! I’m excited to read The Cloud Gate, since Chicago is right in my backyard (also the setting for the Mindjack Trilogy). I want to see what you do with “The Bean!” :)