Planet Alt-Sete-Nine

Planet Alt-Sete-Nine

by B.J. Neblett

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School teacher Haylee is a happy, normal, slightly geeky twenty something with more than a passing fascination for fantasy video gaming. But when her boyfriend Jake asks her to beta test a new game he is developing for his company, the lines between fantasy and reality soon begin to blur.

Haylee is drawn deeper into the ground-breaking game by its advanced artificial intelligence, alienating herself from friends and family. Even the renowned Dr. Cochran, a leading expert on video game addiction, is at a loss to explain Haylee's strange and erratic behavior. As Haylee explores the mystical Planet Alt-Sete-Nine for an elusive princess, Jake frantically searches for a way to hold on to Haylee and her tenuous grasp with reality. Can the powerful Wizardess Azami le Blanc unravel the mystery of the Al-téarièn people? Or will the fierce warrior Cailey be Haylee's salvation?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940162012023
Publisher: Brighton Publishing LLC
Publication date: 05/04/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 733 KB

About the Author

At an early age, BJ Neblett discovered irony, an irony that seemed to escape those around him. And so BJ wrote. Trying to make some sense of the world, BJ wrote. Starting with simple compositions in grade school, he quickly moved on to short stories. With Ray Bradbury and the Twilight Zone and Saturday afternoon matinees as his mentors, BJ wrote about space and friendly aliens and not so friendly things that go bump in the night. Upon discovering the opposite sex, BJ did what any smitten young man would do, he began to write poetry, his work appearing in a national anthology while he was still in high school. Be it poetry or short stories; fantasy or sci-fi; gritty fiction or touching reality, irony and thought-provoking themes soon became the hallmark of BJ’s work.
Today, BJ splits his time between teaching writing at Seattle’s famed Hugo House for Writers and speaking on the writing process at the library. When he’s not on the mound pitching softball, BJ can be found in his cozy apartment surrounded by scores of vintage vinyl records; a collection of classic guitars, and a seemingly endless pile of pages of chapters, notes and ideas for his next book, short story or poem.

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