The Infinite Expanse by BC Powell


The Infinite Expanse by B.C. Powell
(The Journals of Krymzyn #2)
Publication date: March 31st 2015
Genres: Fantasy, New Adult, Science Fiction

Evil lurks in the desolate Barrens of Krymzyn. For millions of Eras, predators with insatiable cravings have prowled the wasteland. When a traitor of the Delta enters their realm, the solitary beasts may finally have a leader to unite them.
As a new order emerges in the Barrens, Chase and Sash begin their lives together. While Chase fights to prove he belongs in Krymzyn, the power inside Sash flourishes in ways no one could have imagined. But a vengeance from the wasteland is soon unleashed upon them.
After Chase is trapped deep in the Barrens, his only escape is into the Infinite Expanse. Unaware of the deathly perils that take shape there, he may be lost forever. For Sash to return him from the endless wilderness, she’ll have to harness a mystical energy not seen since the beginning of time.
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I asked BC, "Please explain your fascination with sci-fi fantasy"

Why I’m Passionate about Science Fiction Fantasy
As a young reader, “The Chronicles of Narnia” and “A Wrinkle in Time” opened my mind to the possibilities of the fantasy genre. As a teenager, “Dune” introduced me to pure science fiction, while “The Lord of the Rings” took me on the most incredible reading journey I’ve ever been on. As much as I love many books set in the real world, “The Sun Also Rises,” “The Outsiders,” and “To Kill a Mockingbird” among my favorites, science fiction fantasy presents an opportunity to do something no other genre can.
The genre gives the author a chance to suspend the reader’s belief in reality. Our imaginations can run free without the boundaries and limits of scientific laws. An entire new world can be created, the impossible suddenly part of everyday existence, and the different elements of that world shaped into something believable. If the world is properly developed, a vivid picture of every detail can be brought to life in a reader’s imagination. As the story becomes almost hyperreal, something more important happens.
My goal as a writer is to trigger an emotional response in the reader. As a reader, I want to feel true empathy and caring for the characters, and hopefully learn something important about myself while I share their journeys. When a fantastical world becomes real in a reader’s mind, a very deep emotional connection to the story can evolve.
The terror we feel from a vampire in pursuit of our beloved protagonist, the exhilaration of traveling across the universe at faster than the speed of light, or the sheer adventure of fighting a dragon are all emotional responses sparked by something outside the confines of the real world. The more we believe the in the imaginary or impossible, the more emotionally vulnerable we become.
We live in an incredible era of mankind. Technology has grown by leaps and bounds over the past thirty years. A huge part of our education, communication, and entertainment is now based on technology. Advancements and ideas thought to be impossible just half a century ago are our reality. But technology can never replace imagination, and the more our imagination expands, the more we’re able to feel the real world around us. Nothing in my life has had a greater impact on my imagination than great reads in science fiction fantasy. 

BC Powell is a fantasy author from Los Angeles, CA. His debut science fiction fantasy novel "Krymzyn" was published in October, 2014. "The Infinite Expanse", the highly anticipated second book in "The Journals of Krymzyn" series, is scheduled for release on March 31, 2015.
Powell has a diverse background, having held several creative positions in the entertainment industry, including executive roles at ABC-TV and Technicolor. In recent years, he's authored several non-fiction works, primarily educational books and training programs for trading the financial markets. He dual majored in journalism and philosophy at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
Writing fiction has been his lifelong passion and goal. “The Journals of Krymzyn” represents, in his words, “finally finding the story I want to tell with characters that are able to bring that story to life.” He's an avid reader and lists Ernest Hemingway, Frank L. Herbert, Stephen King, Jane Austen, and Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. as his favorite authors.
Brad, as he prefers to go by in personal communication, lives with his longtime girlfriend, three sons from a previous marriage, and their rescue dog and cat. He enjoys hiking, ocean kayaking, spending time at Southern California beaches, movies, and reading.

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  1. Wonderful cover. Best of luck to B.C.!

  2. Hello Suzy,

    Thank you for having me on your amazing blog again! I really appreciate you taking part in the tour.

    All my best . . . BC Powell

  3. I have yet to try The Chronicles of Narnia but I would like to at some point! Personally I have read the first book in this series - Krymzyn, but I didn't like it too much and ended up a bit bored, which means I am not going to try this one :(


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