The Faarian Chronicles
Extinction, the third and final installment of The Faarian Chronicles is here! Find out what happens to Sunny as she faces down aliens, war, and zombies – Available Now!
The Faarian Chronicles: Exile is a Finalist!
Reviews for The Faarian Chronicles
“A timely, fun sci-fi series with a strong female protagonist. A blast for teens and adults alike.”
– G.G. Silverman, Author, Vegan Teenage Zombie Huntress
“The world that Tully has created is an elaborate place full of action and heart.”
“…an inspiring culture, terrifying creatures and an energizing battle of good versus evil.”
– The Entertainer (full review, p. 21)
About the Author
Karen Harris Tully creates elaborate worlds for her novels aided by her bachelor’s in political science and economics. She’s the author of The Faarian Chronicles: Exile, Inheritance, and Extinction, and also the Galactic Dreams novella: Soldier, Princess, Rebel Spy, from Blue Zephyr Press.
After growing up in the snowy mountains of Colorado, Karen experienced the traffic nightmare of Seattle before accidentally realizing she’s a small-town girl. She happily lives in Raymond, WA, singing karaoke with her amazingly supportive husband, two beautiful children, and one disgruntled feline.
Galactic Dreams, vol. 2!
Galactic Dreams vol. 2 is here!
Including my brand new novella The Little Nebula (inspired by The Little Mermaid by Hans Christian Andersen).
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For my first ever! blog post, I thought I’d start with a little insight into my random brain. In case anyone cares, which they don’t. But hey, it’s my blog and here goes! People ask me where story ideas come from. Short answer: Everywhere. Long answer: Everywhere. When I first started writing, I was just […]