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The journey of Zerera on Earth continues, but the trail now leads her to new understandings. Zerera and Felice arrive in Prescott to warn people about the radiation fever spreading in their direction and to spur preparation. Some efforts backfire, but the newborn human babies—more evolved than their parents’ generation—surprise Zer. Though inspired by the new generation of humans and Exotica, Zer also recognizes the quickly vanishing reason for being on the planet. She seeks a new purpose for her time on Earth. She discovers new ways of being from tracking with a cougar, dream travels with a medicine woman, and facing challenges of Karen, Brea and Rogues.



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Date de parution 01 juillet 2020
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EAN13 9781880765876
Langue English

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Zer’s Story
The Other Option

Patricia Sharpe-Sutton

Illustrated by Ahonu .com
Zer’s Story:
The Other Option

The 2nd novel by Patrice Sharpe-Sutton
in The Record Keeper Series


Praise for the Zerera series

Zer's Story:

Zer's Story:

1. Fruity Confrontations & Clearing Decks

2. At The Sups, En Route To Lila’s

3. Lila’s Type Of Mining

4. Foolishness

5. Roots Of Being & Tracks Of Zer & Coug

6. Karen & Spindle’s Plan

7. Vital Meetings & Body Energy

8. In A Wild Rogue’s Head

9. A Taste Of Things To Come

10. Letters Of Intent & Ante Up

11. Gypsy Camp

12. A Babe Or Two & A Rash Of Fevers

13. Flying Fevers

14. Passels of Pilgrims

15. Festival When Sap Runs High

16. Three Women: Betrayals, Mystique, & False Starts

17. Mistaken Identity

18. Haywire

19. A Mammoth Humming Crystal

20. Squabbles At Mount Lemmon Oasis

21. Ion Balls Of Unfinished Business

22. Déjà vu

23. Tuc’s Jails

24. Storming Tuc

25. Sitting Ducks After Midnight

26. Interludes & Parallel Trysts

27. Rendezvous At Last Rogue N

28. The Other Option: On the Tip of AriCal



The Record Keeper Series

About the Author
© 2020 Patrice Sutton. All Rights Reserved. E&OE.
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means, including scanning, photocopying, or otherwise without prior written permission of the copyright holder. The only exception is by a reviewer, who may quote short excerpts in a review. This book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, resold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publishers prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser. Under no circumstances may any part of this book be photocopied for resale.

Series Info: The Record Keeper
Zer’s Story: The Other Option
Sharpe-Sutton, Patrice, 1948 —
Zer’s Story: The Other Option
is Book 2 in The Record Keeper Series
Patrice Sharpe-Sutton.

Print ISBN-13: 978-1-880765-86-9
EPub ISBN-13: 978-1-880765-87-6

Cover Design and Layout by: Ahonu
Artwork: AHONU.com
Published by World of Empowerment,
an imprint of Twin Flame Productions LLC
First Printing: June 2020
Printed in the United States of America
This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales, is entirely coincidental. The authors and publisher shall not be liable for any misuse of the material in this book. This book is strictly for informational, educational and entertainment purposes only. The author and/or publisher shall have neither liability nor responsibility to anyone with respect to any loss or damage howsoever caused, or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by the information contained in this book. Address all inquiries to: Twin Flame Productions LLC, 70 SW Century Drive Suite 100-162, Bend, OR 97702
In loving memory
To my parents and my husband
And for the love of nature they instilled.

Special thanks to family and friends for encouraging me to publish this novel.
To Aingeal Rose and Ahonu for guiding me through today’s publication maze.
And to my readers who enjoy traveling with Zerera in this book series.
Praise for the Zerera series

“It’s even better than the first book. The story moves at a good pace and there are lots of interactions going on with new people. Zer is not happy learning about her past but is coming to terms with it. I could hardly wait to find out what happens between her and Karen. This is a really nice distraction from the pandemic and riots across America! Love the way the author mingles Indian lore and aliens.”

—Marge Anderson
“I was so happy that the imaginative story of Zerera, a mixed blood Zenobian, continues in this second book. Safe to say that the book met all of my expectations and more. The delightful and interesting characters and their relationships with each other continue to develop making the story even more interesting. I especially enjoyed
•the growth between Zerera and Karen;
•the special bond that developed between Zerera and a female cougar;
•the mobile, telepathic Exotica trees who clear air of harmful radiation; and
•the art of exo-painting.
The above are only some of my favorite elements in this interesting, charming, imaginative version of a possible future for Earth.”

—Rosalind Heck
Zer's Story:
The Other Option
“Change your thoughts and create what you want.”

—Jim Peltier (Eleiah)
Zer's Story:
The Other Option

Zerera and nine other Zenobians from Andromeda galaxy remain in the AriCal sector of Earth while the planet and Earthlings restabilize after the natural disasters of 2033 CE. Zerera returns to Prescott to warn people of radiation fever spreading to their area, which has been isolated for months due to flooding.
Many Prescotts do not believe any aliens landed in Arizona. Most walk past Zer not seeing her—she doesn’t even have to be invisible to be invisible. The disbelief makes it harder to stay three-dimensional, or 3D, visible. She also changes dimensions, turning invisible at whim. It’s natural where she’s from.
She misses home and finds comfort in returning to Prescott with a tree that’s familiar to her kind. Felice, one of the trio of Exotica tree seed that Zer planted aboard ship before landing on Earth, accompanies Zer to Prescott.
Chapter 1

Fruity Confrontations & Clearing Decks
Earth Time June 21, 2033

“B ut I’ve got to be introduced to the Prescotts right away,” Zerera said.
Felice planted its root-toes in the swamp’s muddy bottom and faced her. Not yet , it said, telepathically.
Felice had advised itself to stay among the dead and half-dead trees on the edge of the increasingly smelly, mucky marsh and now felt at home and highly confident. In Zer’s opinion, the hermaphroditic tree had grown equally stubborn.
Not so , it said.
“Tilly primed us on the Isle before we got here. You heard.” Since Felice usually heeded the dolphin, Zer had expected to introduce Felice to Prescott’s unofficial mayor then visit Lila, Woman Who Knows. But Felice reminded her of responsibilities in Prescott. Zer itched to leave and learn more about the new planetary agenda. Earth and Exotica had their own agenda, or vision, of how things ought to be. Earthlings would need to negotiate and change or die. “Your brother must’ve told you something. So how about some specifics on this new direction?”
Finish what you started before going off. You challenged yourself, you pulled yourself into your own exo-painted vision.
“I’ve had help.” Zer was fully aware she’d set up a mess of complications just by planting a trio of Exotica seed. With Felice in tow, her chance of fully manifesting that vision of reality, to establish rapport between sentient Exotica trees and Earthlings, would increase tenfold in AriCal, and Felice would hold her to it. But it put limits on her whereabouts. It could be weeks before she learned details of the new agenda. Obviously, it related to planting Exotica. Why the secrecy? Maybe the hermaphrodite's visit wasn’t such a great idea.
Too late. Felice made a sucking noise, lifting its roots from the swamp, and moved ashore ahead of splashing oars. Joe, the young head of safety patrols, was rowing Ian across the swamp to help Felice orient itself to Prescott attitudes in general and Netta’s in particular. They’d agreed that the young woman’s favor was crucial to the lives of locals, and ultimately to Earth and its future generations of species. They needed Netta, the unofficial mayor, to get locals to change their minds. Prescotts listened to her. And she listened to Ian, her adoptive father.
Ian nodded, still treating Zer impersonally, as if they’d never had a special, intimate relationship, so she merely nodded as well, wiped a stump for him to sit on, said, “Please, meet Felice,” and prepared to translate.
Stupendous , Felice said, ambiguously while it glided around Ian; it was studying Netta's character in the man's energy field.
“Netta is beautifully marbled in your energy field,” Zer translated.
Ian squirmed as Felice’ mobile mass of aerial and leg-toe roots swam around him.
“Felice has the gist now, says it can bring Netta into the fruitful present of twenty-first century awarene

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