Sondae Stevens, Registered Nurse, Assistant Professor, published her first book Evidence-Based Obstetric Nursing as a creative solution to a classroom necessity. While teaching for City Colleges of Chicago, ideas about the future of the mother-baby connection in the face of technology began to take shape. Sondae Stevens's latest endeavor is a Black Science Fiction Fantasy book about what it means to have children without pregnancy. Follow the journey...
Stars, Stones & Sacraments
Book One of The Selenelion
Stars, Stones, and Sacraments is a spiritual fantasy standalone Book One of the
Ariel Jones leads a Council of Scryers who derive power through Birth magic.
Ariel inadvertently becomes weaponized as tensions between two cities brew
from new technology that would revolutionize human reproduction.
Ariel fuels a political cauldron of conflicting ideologies that challenges what it means
to give birth to another human.
After a birth goes wrong, Lead Council Ariel Jones is sent to
work in the technocracy of Megha where she discovers there are more than
premie babies growing in the Intensive Care Unit.
Ariel Jones becomes entrenched in the fight when she discovers the unethical
practices condoned by the Medical Security Council and a secret that makes her
question everything including her childhood, her parents, and her reality.
This story is her-story.