A quick update about the third book in The Progenitor Chronicles
I am happy to say the third book in The Progenitor Chronicles is underway and on schedule. It’s been an interesting ride with these young characters through the three novels. I am thoroughly excited and sad to get closer to the end of their journey.
Without giving too much away, The Ancients delves more into Xendara’s powers. But this time, her unlimited star power has come to a screeching halt. She makes certain decisions in The Equinox that have her in trouble for the third book. All I can say is dark matter and dark energy are at play and they don’t play well with her light powers.
One thing I wanted to explore in this third installment was addiction. It’s something that plagues many people and families across the world. As I like to write books filled with hope, I keep these darker subjects as light as possible without destroying the message.
The good news is Xendara’s best friends are with her in this third installment. I can confirm that Darijus, Acacia, and Ronan are back for book three. They are closer than ever. While I’m still in phase one of book production, I am exploring chapters from Acacia’s point of view. I can’t guarantee they will stay, because many things get cut in the developmental editing phase. But should these scenes get cut or are modified, I will most likely release them to my newsletter members. For now, these scenes will probably make it for the final draft, but we will see.
Another character that is coming back is Xalvador. When I first wrote about this character, I didn’t like him very much, but after writing about his past, I have sympathy for him. He’s had a rough start in life. While Xendara, the main character, had a loving family, Xalvador had a father who hated him. So, it’s given him that morally gray characteristic that I wasn’t expecting when I first created him.
One character that has been missing this book is Xalvador’s father, Absalom. The reason I haven’t brought him back is, this book doesn’t take place in the same timeline as the first two books. You see, an accident happens in book three and well … things go wrong. So, it’s up to Xendara and friends to make everything right again; if they can. He will be back in the last installment of the series, so stay tuned for more news about the fourth book.
I suppose I need to get back to writing my book.
May you prosper as the Golden Wood tree!
~ Sara Wright
The Progenitor by Sara Wright
Peace was all Xendara desired, but her enemies hunger for her power. Princess Xendara is the heir to the throne, but her life is turned upside-down when a mysterious spaceship attacks. She learns her father had secrets. With his untimely demise, she must uncover them before her enemies remove her from power. In her quest to keep peace within the Six Systems, she discovers a power she didn’t know she had; a power that everyone is looking to exploit. With the help of her childhood friend Darijus, she unlocks long lost memories of her past, only to find his destiny is intertwined with her own. A prophecy guides her choices to the correct timeline. But can she trust a prophecy that foretells the death of a loved one? With the destiny of the Universe on the line, who she chooses to trust will divide a galaxy.
With powers her enemies aim to exploit, will she risk galactic war?
Sara Wright is a science fantasy author who loves to add dash of sweet romance to her books.
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Time Crystal by Sara Wright
The Progenitor Chronicles
Time Crystals are forbidden for a reason, but King Oren must use one to save a civilization.
King Oren’s only goal was to be a peaceful caretaker of the galaxy. But when a girl falls through a portal into his courtyard clutching a forbidden Time Crystal, his life changes.
With a cataclysmic event imminent, he must lead a group from his home system to the opposite side of the galaxy. Everyone looks to their seemingly immortal race for aid, but even with their elemental powers, they are far from perfect.
Armed with the Time Crystal, they seek to stop an exploding star from decimating an entire population. The problem is, he doesn’t know how to use the crystal. Even worse, he might die trying.
Will King Oren stop the star from exploding? Or will time unravel?
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