Author has written 5 stories for Sci-Fi, Young Adult, Supernatural, and Mystery.
Hi and welcome to my profile, random reader! I'm InkFoxPrints, thanks for stopping by! If you're looking for my FanFiction profile instead, I'm Wrong Password over there.
Mostly, I write furry sci-fi, and I blame the movie that I write fanfiction for for getting me writing in the first place. Oh well... :)
I'm the author of H-1 UMAN-1, my first attempt at writing a novel, which tells the tale of a young woman trying to escape a global pandemic; And Then The Murders Began, a teenager's recovery after surviving a school shooting; and Parallels, which explores the outcomes of having two parallel Universes, one like we know it, and one where the animals have risen to sentience instead of us humans.
Parallels is the only one of these that I still have ideas for at the moment. I have a few other ideas that I'm scratching out, though, so keep your eyes peeled for more!
As for my other stories, And Then The Murders Began lives!! H-1 UMAN-1 is dead for good. When The Stars Wish Me Dead and The Moscow Rules sputtered, and I'm not sure what to do with them yet.
I'm also on AO3 (Archive of Our Own) as Wrong_Password, on Wattpad @InkFoxPrints, on Tapas as InkFoxPrints, and on DeviantArt as AnonymousLikeAlways. I also have a subreddit for my writing, r/foxscribbles.
My Published Novels:
Parallels (Terran Chronicles Book One, In Progress)
H-1 UMAN-1 ("Complete"),
And Then The Murders Began (In Progress),
When The Stars Wish Me Dead (Not Complete But Not In Progress),
and The Moscow Rules (Not Complete But Not In Progress)
Here's a short summary of all my stories:
Parallels: Being a walking, talking fox from another universe is hard, to say the least... especially when you're coming to Earth ahead of a war between the planet you now live on and the one you used to call home... it also doesn't help that your principal is secretly a member of a species that's hell-bent on destroying your own.
The Moscow Rules: Penn Fortin's brother, Sebastian, knows that his brother isn't dead, but nobody will believe him, not when his entire class saw him jump off of the Willis Tower observation deck. There are only a few problems with that: the deck's a solid glass box with no way off, the body never landed, and Sebastian's now reading his brother's journal entry that confirms all of that; Sebastian's now in the multiverse, and there are unknown forces trying to control it for their manipulation. Will Sebastian be able to save the world, or will everything be erased from existence?
When The Stars Wish Me Dead: Inspired by a Reddit writing prompt: There's a separate Death for every day of the year, and Isaiah, being the Death for February 29, is the outcast among them. Then a girl, Lucy, pops into his not-quite-life, warning him that the other Deaths are trying to start something on the surface. It's up to the two of them to set everything right (and not die again on the way).
And Then The Murders Began: Electra Stehlen-Wilde's life wasn't easy before, but now that her ex-girlfriend's gone on a rampage and left the tiles stained red while pinning the blame on her, now it's just going to get harder.
H-1 UMAN- 1: Cross recognition technology and the flu and you get a sentient virus that's destroying the world. It won't, though, if Vincent Schorenherr has anything to do with it.
Parallels is my favorite of these so far... would you do me a solid and read it please?
Pretty please with a cherry on top?
Thanks a bunch!