Prodigy graphic novel is finally available!

Today marks a very proud day for me — the graphic novel of Prodigy is finally available!

I posted Prodigy on Wattpad a few years ago and the book exploded to #1 on the charts. It was the #1 sci-fi and the #1 mystery thriller for 6 months straight. Then remained in the top 5 (often returning to #1 for several days or weeks) for the next 6 months. I was beyond thrilled by the response and continued on in the series. Before the success of this book, I had never considered writing a sequel, but I now have several sequels to some of my books. Last year I released The Art of the Hustle 2.

To date, Prodigy has over 3.6 million reads on Wattpad and has been mentioned in some major publications. I appreciate all the support, but my ultimate goal is to see Prodigy on the big screen one day (or Netflix)… just want to put that out into the universe 🙂

What’s Prodigy about?

For those unfamiliar with my Prodigy series, here’s the blurb.

The greatest tragedy the world has ever known turned out to be the ultimate catalyst for change. In the wake of World War III, which decimated most of the world’s population, the remaining survivors vowed to not continue to repeat the same mistakes of the past. Fortunately, they had something previous generations did not have – advanced technology.

The year is 2117 and this once shattered civilization has become prosperous again. Innovative forms of technology have enabled them to abandon the old model and re-engineer a better way of living for all. Brain implants and genetic modifications have made an entire population educated, healthy, and kind.

Despite the benefits of this technology, it has created some unforeseen side effects that threaten humankind’s existence. When technology proves to be inept at solving the world’s problem, a new hope emerges in the unlikeliest form – a young orphan girl.

Where can I get it?

Check out the graphic novel on comiXology! — http://bit.ly/2k5hOub

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