In the future, only one rule will matter:
Seventeen-year-old Ari Alexander just broke that rule and saw the last person she expected hovering above her bed — arrogant Jackson Locke, the most popular boy in her school. She expects instant execution or some kind of freak alien punishment, but instead, Jackson issues a challenge: help him, or everyone on Earth will die.
Ari knows she should report him, but everything about Jackson makes her question what she’s been taught about his kind. And against her instincts, she’s falling for him. But Ari isn’t just any girl, and Jackson wants more than her attention. She’s a military legacy who’s been trained by her father and exposed to war strategies and societal information no one can know — especially an alien spy, like Jackson. Giving Jackson the information he needs will betray her father and her country, but keeping silent will start a war.
Gravity is her first book.
Where did you get the idea for Gravity?
What was your favorite character to develop?
What is your favorite scene or quote?
What was your favorite part about writing Gravity?:
I had a lot of fun writing Ari’s training. It’s futuristic, sci-fi, and just all together very hardcore.
Are you in the process of writing any other novels?
As an author, do you have any tips for aspiring writers out there?:
I always say this, but it’s true. The best advice I can give is to read–a lot. You will learn so much by reading and analyzing what has worked in the novels you love.
Do you have a favorite author, or one that inspires you?
What is your favorite book?
Dark, white, or milk chocolate? White. Preferably in coffee as in a white mocha. :)