A Starstruck Quiz

If you’re a fan of my Starstruck novels, maybe you’ve wondered which Martian fine you might belong to if you’d grown up in Nuath. I know I have! For those who haven’t read the books yet, or who have only read Starstruck, a little explanation may be in order. For that, I refer you to the previous post, Nuath: A Brief History. (Warning, if you haven’t yet read the Starstruck series, there are spoilers!)

In Nuath, the secret underground colony on Mars, humans long ago separated themselves into groups, or fines, based on bloodlines and innate abilities. Over time, those groups became more defined and rigid, resulting in what is essentially a class structure. Some of the larger fines include Science, Agriculture, Arts, Communications, and, of course, Royal. Take this fun (and, okay, slightly silly) quiz to find out which one you might belong to!

 

11 Comments

  1. Donna

    I wish you would finish the Starstruck series. What is going to happen to the two royal sisters? Well all these young people grow up stadia there and live happy lives? Please tell there is another book and I am just missing it.
    Thank you,
    Donna Olson

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    • Brenda Hiatt

      Donna, there WILL be another book, but it’s not available (or even quite written) yet. I’ve started it, though, and hope to release it early next year!

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  2. Sherry Burleson

    I’ve just found this series and am so wrapped up into them. You write your characters so believable they feel as though they are my friends. I do hope your newest book comes out soon. Can’t wait to see what happens next.

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    • STAR lover

      I feel the same way!!! I ADORE the StarStruck series!!!!!! I just wish the other books (after the 1st one) were free on my Kindle

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      • Brenda Hiatt

        I’m sorry I can’t afford to make them all free! Writing is my only job. I love it, but I do still have bills to pay! 🙂

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  3. Jai’ Keria Bolton

    Will the upcoming book, Convergent be coming out next month? Can I please get a date I’m dying to read it and I’ve saved up.

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    • Brenda Hiatt

      Probably not next month, but definitely this summer! As soon as I have a release date I’ll make it available for pre-order and announce here and in my newsletter. I promise! 🙂

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  4. KBolton

    When will the next boom be released?

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  5. Crystal Mayo

    I have to say that I just finished reading up to the last book out, convergence. Just a minute ago. I’ve by chance found the first book on iBooks and thought I’d give it a chance because I love alien romances. I love these books and the story. I do hope that there are more books coming to the story. Are you planning on writing any more books in the series?

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    • Brenda Hiatt

      I’m so happy you enjoy these books, Crystal! I am writing another book for the series now, and expect to have at least one more after that to wind things up for my characters (assuming I can actually do that in one more book…we’ll see!) Glad you found me!

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  6. Mike

    Hmm I’m a science fine, as a former systems programmer I can gladly accept my position thank you for the quiz your highness

    Reply

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