New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – January 31, 2022) – Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler, prolific author of several books, recently saw an uptick in interest in her fiction series The Möbius Syndrome Trilogy. Fans of the series will be delighted to know that Book 3, Solution, is due to be released around June 2022.
Book cover of Catalyst
The trilogy kicks off with Book 1, Catalyst. Taylor is still reeling from the sadness of losing her sister de ella in a car accident. No more dinners with friends, afternoon gardening, or partying. But it doesn’t stop there. Taylor begins to experience dangerous medical episodes that confine her to the hospital, with no end in sight..
When the doctors can’t seem to help her, Taylor is determined to solve her own problems. She discovers a new ability to effect change while experiencing her episodes of her. The doctors tell her that she’s hallucinating and that she can’t possibly change anything that has happened – or can she?
In Book 2, Reaction, fans are taken through an emotional roller coaster. Taylor learns more about her ability from her but also starts to see that every action leads to consequences. “It’s a bit meta to use this example, but imagine a minor car accident. If, for some reason, one of the cars broke down that morning then that car wouldn’t even be involved in the accident. What would happen to the other car though? Would the other car have gone on with life unobstructed and potentially not miss that important business meeting? Or could that car have gone on to be involved in a more serious accident because it didn’t have to stop?” explains Quintenz-Fiedler, when probed about the story.
While the author remains tight-lipped about the actual story and ending, she goes on to describe her motivation to write and how she wants to inspire people to think. In this trilogy, Quintenz-Fiedler showcases how a patient is met with disbelief from medical doctors. In our daily lives, many people are facing an alternate scenario. Imagine a corporate setting where ideas and suggestions from junior staff are simply dismissed on the basis of ‘lack of experience’. Being trapped in situations where no one believes in you can slowly diminish a person and, over time, lead to acceptance of the situation.
The Möbius Syndrome Trilogy is currently available for sale on Amazon.
Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler has been a professional photographer, educator, and author for well over a decade. Prior to 2020, her writing by her was purely non-fiction technical work in photography-her area of expertise by her. She has three books published on photography through Rocky Nook and has written over 175 articles for various magazines, including Digital Photo Pro, Photographer’s Forum, Rangefinder, and others. She currently lives in Southern California with her two sons, a menagerie of five cats and two dogs, and her soul mate, Steve.
Author photo of Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler
To learn more about the author, you can find her on her Facebook page Amanda Quintenz Fiedler Author or visit her website at Amanda Quintenz.com to see more of her photography works as well as writing.
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