Note from JDT: Ladies and Gentlemen, I promised this author a guest post some time ago and I’ve neglected to fulfill my promise! Irene, I’m so sorry it took me this long to get to it. Things in The Real World have been dreadfully busy and tough, and I haven’t forgotten so many things as I have these past couple of months. I apologize, everyone. But, without further ado, I present: Irene Helenowski!
Order of The Dimensions
About The Author:
Irene Helenowski, the author of Order of the Dimensions, is a statistical analyst at an academic medical center in Chicago and recently received her doctorate in biostatistics. She also enjoys going to movies and concerts in her spare time.
About the Book:
When Jane Kremowski first began her graduate studies in physics at Madison State University in Wisconsin, little did she know where her work would take her. Now, she is embroiled in a multitude of dimensions all leading to different outcomes. She and her colleagues therefore must act wisely in order to take and keep away the Order of Dimension from falling into the wrong hands for the sake of her loved ones.
From The Author:
Have you ever thought about what you may be doing in another world? Maybe you’re a painter in Paris, or a rock climber in Colorado? I have had many such thoughts. Wouldn’t it be interesting if the multiverse theory as advocated by theoretical physicists Michio Kaky, Brian Green, and Lisa Randall is correct and we could be living such lives in different dimensions within our universe simultaneously? Such ideas led me to the premise of Order of The Dimensions, where we see the different paths that heroine, physics student, Jane Kremowski takes in different realms. Adventure ensues with the introduction of villain, Anton Zelov, who schemes to get his hands on her and on the Multiverser, the technology allowing for inter-dimensional travel.
With this work, I not only hope to entice the reader with romance, adventure, and a world of what-ifs, but also encourage young adults, particularly young girls, to look into the wonderful world of science. I recently read an NPR article about how there is still a major discrepancy between boys and girls in the sciences, especially in physics. As someone working in an academic medical center, I hope that we can change the attitudes of our youngsters, leading to a new generation of scientists. Will my book be a vehicle for such an objective, at least in one dimension? I don’t know, LOL, but it’s been fun so far, thinking about it and trying.
From the Blog Owner
Helen, thanks so much for this post today! And all the best of luck with your ventures in publishing – may you sell a million!