Science fiction writer Kay Kenyon transported to another genre — fantasy writing — in her recently-released novel “A Thousand Perfect Things.”
The novel takes place in an alternate 19th century where two continents are at war: The science-minded Anglica and Bharata, a land steeped in magic and intrigue. A young Victorian botanist must choose between two loves, and two realms, to claim her fate.
Kenyon will sign copies of the book 4:30-5 p.m. Oct. 25 at a Book for All Seasons in Leavenworth. Later that day, she’ll give a presentation and reading at d’Vinery, the downtown tasting room of Eagle Creek Winery, 7-8 p.m.
The award-winning Wenatchee author is known for writing 10 science fiction books, including “The Entire and the Rose” series and “The Braided World.” Kenyon is also founder of Write on the River, a regional writer’s group.