Scorched Earth, Alien Wonders is a futuristic, light-hearted, eco-adventure about hope, betrayal, love and enlightenment told from a non-human perspective. It asks the question: Can any evolved, intelligent race ever claim to be free of greed, cruelty and corruption? At its core, the book has a powerful message on environmental responsibility and wildlife stewardship. One of the main antagonists is the over-heated, unstable Earth itself. The journey is narrated by Captain Stanley Memphis, who leads a small group of aliens masquerading as pintsized earth critters and a bot-shifter as they embark on a mission to study how humans treat lesser beings in anticipation of man’s expansion into space, which is how morality is judged in their galaxy. But the routine assignment soon turns into more than alien interest in who might be living next door. This cross-genre, Sci-Fi, story will appeal to animal lovers, science geeks, pop culture fans, and hopeless romantics of all ages.
Delilah is an environmental journalist, published author and political activist. Her work has been printed in Seattle Magazine, Neighborhood America, Women's Network Journal, Critters USA, Pet Products, and online news sites. She has had dozens of environmental Op/Ed articles published on the Internet and in national newspapers over the past twenty years.
Literary publisher Macmillan SA purchased an article Ms. Williams wrote in 2011 about the Egyptian spring revolution, which was published in a South Africa school book. She gave them free exclusive rights to renew the piece in subsequent editions.
In 2010, Delilah had the privilege of interviewing renowned conservationist Elizabeth Cushman Titus Putnam after she received the Presidential Citizen's Medal from President Obama.
Delilah has done freelance work for corporations and environmental groups, including Sustainable Oroville and American (Green) Homes. Her work includes non-fiction, short stories and eco-fables for children.
Her Young Adult Sci-Fi book, Scorched Earth, Alien Wonders was published in June, 2015 and is available in paperback and Kindle eBook on Amazon.com.
Delilah is a member of Pacific Northwest Writers Association. She lives in a rural Seattle suburb surrounded by nature and wildlife.
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