One signature will ripple her reality. Suffering from night terrors, Jessica participates in an extraordinarily compensated clinical trial. Implanted deeply within her skull by the Ventriloquist Dream Institute is an experimental dream chip.
After its first use, waking up she never recollected in no way imagined such lucidly was possible. A reoccurring dream, with a woman living in a box shaped room, colorless walls, ceiling, and base, illuminating them, painting a world that comes to life on a canvas from her painting, it seemed even more detailed and real. Not to come without a price though—involuntarily side effects from the dream chip were about to bleed over into her waking self.
Meanwhile Brad released from prison is taken to a shack to be prepped for surgery. A mysterious women introduced to him as Luna, frees him from his unasked for tampering. Sneaking away from his newly met rescuer, he meets Jessica in her back yard. Quickly forming a trust for each other, he convinces her to free herself from the dream chip she is suffering horrifying side effects from its attachment to her brain.
However, soon to be discovered she finds out that there is no cancellation policy for her clinical trial. As her dream world continues mixing into her, awaken self, exhausted with hallucinations, she searches for a way out.
Running parallel and can be enjoyed as a standalone book to “One Light Burning” Book 2 in the Rippled Reality Trilogy adds more depth and background to the trilogy to be concluded in book 3
Targeted Age Group: Teen to Adult
Book Price: 2.99
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About the Author:
My fascination with writing started at a young age. I remember in school filling up the unused portion of spiraled notebooks with abstract ideas and stories. One thing that I am happy for is that I have always been a very lucid dreamer. Having very detailed dreams, a lot of my ideas and characters come from dreams I have had that I wrote down. It is almost as if I get to work on my favorite hobby when I am not even awake.
When I am writing I always imagine in my head what my characters would look like in real life. Visualizing how they would sound, and interact with the events unfolding in their life I really try to delve deeply into what they are thinking and feeling. I cannot put into words how much I enjoyed publishing my first two books online.
My writing style is one that creates a complex plot, but one that melds together and all its parts make sense. Detailing characters feelings and living through their viewpoint, at a mysterious pace, revealing little by little just how everything fits together keeps a story interesting throughout the entire adventure.