GEN, Water Worlds 4, is PUBLISHED!

Dear friends and fans,

Thank you so much! To date, the WATER WORLDS science fiction adventure series as a whole has been downloaded nearly 25,000 times on Amazon and read over 250,000 times on Wattpad!

And now the adventure continues with book 4, GEN.

GEN is Harry Potter without the magic, but with hard science and strong, smart women characters. And Mars! It’s Hunger Games without the bows and arrows, but with graphene masks and syntel implants. It’s The Martian but for young adults and the young at heart and takes place in the year 2210 on a Mars so familiar you’d think you’d lived there all your life. And did I mention cannibals? If so, I’ve said too much.

GEN goes On Sale Today! Jan 22, 2016

And to celebrate, I’m making book 1, YOUNG MOON free for the Kindle (or the free Kindle app) on Amazon this weekend! If you like the series, please help me spread the word. Now would be a great time for fans of good scifi and adventure stories to check out the series.

YOUNG MOON is FREE Friday, Jan. 22 through Sunday Jan. 24, 2016

Thanks for reading and for supporting independent authors!


Jan. 2016


From the beta readers comments for Gen:

H: Wow, absolutely incredible detail. This is almost exactly how I’d picture humanity on Mars. I’m speechless.

P: As always, enraptured by how perfectly the threads of the stories are woven in this series — just beautifully told through some of the best young adult characterizations I have read. I never want this series to end.

C: Yay book 4. So glad it’s here. Another great read, thank you.

F: Thank you for a most interesting story. I’ve been following your gals from the start. Your stories are well written and just plain fun to read.

N: Fantastic! I got goosebumps, great work!

Illustration of a mythical dragon

Gen, Water Worlds 4


About HSStOurs

H. S. St. Ours is the author of the Water Worlds young adult science fiction, apocapunk adventure series. He lives and writes in Maryland. "Water Worlds is a saga of the terraforming of the planets of the inner solar system, as seen through the eyes of generations of young women. I wrote this series especially for young women, because I believe there is a paucity of good SF for them in particular."
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