A Woman's World A Woman's World Book 1 by Lynne Hill-Clark Genre: High Fantasy, SciFi
Baya is not sure she wants the life her mother has planned for her
She has been prepared her entire life for three trials.
That’s all … only three ancient tests in three days.
A lifetime worth of work over in a matter of days. Easy right?
Then she will officially be a woman and in line to become the ruler of the world … or she’ll be dead.
But what if she doesn’t want either of those options?
If she can survive the trials, that’s when the real challenges will begin.
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A Woman’s World illuminates current issues by reversing gender roles. This story is full of rich world building woven into an exciting plot. It follows the life of a young girl who lives in a primitive culture on a distant planet where women have mystifying powers that keep men subservient.
Lynne Hill-Clark was born in Colorado and raised in a small town of eight hundred people. She received a Masters of Science from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She graduated with a Doctrate of Psychology from the University of the Rockies. She is an advocate for Restorative Justice, a theme she has incorporated into her novels. She has extensively traveled overseas; her work and travel as an American Peace Corps Volunteer in Jordan helped inspire the world of A Woman's World.
In honor of the upcoming release of A Woman's World, I have a special treat for you. I've conducted a fun interview with my fictional character, Baya!
Baya has been preparing her entire life for 3 dangerous, ancient trials. If she succeeds, she will be in line to become the next ruler of the world! But what if she doesn't want to?
A book is nothing without strong characters so I'm excited to give you a glimpse into what my new leading lady is like as she makes her way through this story of survival, love and loss.
Give it a read below!
Lynne: “With me here today is a very special guest. Please help me welcome Baya of Pathins!
Lynne: “Baya is from a distant planet that is quite … young … or how do we say, new —”
Baya: “It’s okay you can say it, you earthlings think that we’re primitive.”
Lynne tries, unsuccessfully, to look sympathetic. Unfortunately, the gesture comes out condescending.
Lynne: “My dear girl, you have been through so much already. What sort of trials do you see coming in this next book, A Collision of Worlds, and are you prepared for them?”
Baya: “Yes. I have been through a lot and who’s fault is that?"
Awkward silence. Lynne suddenly finds something interesting on her phone.
Baya: “However, I have the power of the Ox now, which makes me the strongest woman in the world. And I’ve learned a lot over these past couple of years so I feel very prepared for whatever awaits.”
Lynne: “And you’re sure about this…being the most powerful woman?”
Baya: “Why? I’m I not? Is there something you’re not telling me?”
Lynne: “Nope. Nope. I’m sure everything will be fine.”
Baya glares at Lynne.
Lynne clears her throat: “Anyway, what are your dreams for the future?”
Baya’s colorful eyes sparkle. “Oh I have lots of plans! I want to help the people of Pathins — to get them off that overcrowded island. Of course, part of the reason I want to return to my home is to see my family. I’m really worried about my brother. The only other thing I want is to find a nice home with a big garden where Vicaroy and I can raise our children … in peace.”
Lynne: “That sounds lovely but aren’t’ you forgetting something?”
Baya furrows her brow. “And, of course, I want to get men their powers back. I mean, that goes without saying, right?”
Lynne: “Right. For our last question, What motivates you? What we really want to know is what do you love the most and fear the most?”
Baya shakes her head. “Oh no you don’t. You won’t trick me into giving away anything. You’ll only use that information against me.”
Lynne’s hand flies to her chest. “I would never do such a horrible thing!”
Baya crosses her arms and narrows her eyes.
Lynne: “Okay folks. There you have it. If you want to know more about Baya then her adventures can be found in the Woman’s World series. Thank you Baya for joining us.”
Baya: “I would say the pleasure is all mine but…”
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