CLEAR LAKE, Calif. (PRWEB) January 22, 2018
In a world-ending scenario, society would be dealing with much larger issues than your choice of who to love. On the other side of that apocalypse, could the same still be true? P.Roscoe explores this idea with her novel “2394: Mirrors of the Past.”
“2394” opens with two survivors of a global disaster, Resha and Swallow, recounting the story of a world sent into two centuries of hibernation. This apocalyptic period was caused by an extreme classism that had allowed the elite of the world to use and abuse individuals by controlling and exploiting new technology. What then followed was a sequence of scientific misjudgments by those in control nearly driving the planet to the brink of destruction. Centuries later, the survivors awaken to discover a world different then how they left it, and set out to uncover the truth behind their slumber.
Resha is thrust into the role as leader of her clan and struggles desperately to avoid the mistakes of their world’s ancestors. As she searches for peace and answers, her connection with the younger Swallow grows. The two set out on a quest to examine their past, the planet and their feelings for each other.
“To often when LGBTQ characters are introduced, their relationship takes center stage in the storyline, but not in 2394,” P. Roscoe said. “Instead Resha and Swallow’s relationship is folded into the greater arc of the story. 2394 is about discovery. Discovery of the past, the future and the heart.”
About the author
P. Roscoe has been writing most of her life for personal growth and pleasure. A number of her short stories were published in the nineties local lesbian newspaper, Women’s Voices, in Sonoma County, California. “2394: Mirrors of the Past” is her first novel. She currently lives in Clearlake, California.
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