The Galactic Adventures of Hazel
Book 2 - The Rogue Planet
Book 1 - Gurecoa
This is the first book in the series, The Galactic Adventures of Hazel written by Starlight.
What is it like to live in 4519 AD in a suspended town in the Earth’s Stratosphere and commute to school in your Inter Galactic Vehicle? How far do the adventures take you? In this story, you will find yourself traveling with Hazel, Richie and their alien best friend, Dmitri, on an exciting roller coaster of ride of electrifying but perilous adventures from Mars to Enceladus, from Gly to Drethna. You will have to deal with the annoying doorbell, alien creatures and beings, while on a journey to understanding what Gurecoa is.
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About the Author - Starlight
Starlight is the author of the series, The Galactic Adventures of Hazel, which is an inspiration from her fascination of Space and the Unknown ever since her childhood. Through these series she wants to bring imaginative adventures from different corners of the universe, to young and inquisitive readers.
She is a software engineer and she has an MBA degree from Drucker School of Business, Claremont Graduate University. She also took a summer class from Oxford University. With her knowledge of computer science and management skills, Starlight makes these galactic adventures not only a fascinating and entertaining story of future possibilities in artificial intelligence, technology and space travel, but also a tale crafted with problem solving skills and ideas.
She currently lives in California. She loves horseback riding and singing. You can follow her on twitter @starlight_4512.
Starlight's live interview on WMAP!: https://static.wixstatic.com/mp3/b30b48_eca088d3f020454fa4efcee1643d474e.mp3
Check out Starlight's interview at Writer's Life Magazine: https://www.writerslifemag.com/single-post/2019/06/06/Author-Interview-Starlight
Starlight talks about her book on Something Something Podcast: https://anchor.fm/something-something-podcast/episodes/Something-Something-about-Starlight-e506ef
An interesting take on the future in a well-crafted tale that integrates what education, technology, business and everyday living might be like a few centuries from now. Throw in space travel and interactions with beings from other planets and it is a science fiction page-turner. Some might scoff at some of the ideas for the future but some scoffed at Jules Verne and Arthur Clarke, yet some of their “crazy ideas” have become reality.
- Ed Massey, Retired Project Manager for Voyager & NASA Manager for Ulysses