“Science major gives life to sci-fi novel.”

I was recently featured in my school’s paper The Lanthorn for having my book “Incarnate: Existence” published. You can read the whole thing here: http://www.lanthorn.com/article/2014/12/gv-student-author-publishes-first-novel


“The 600-page text focuses on Marcy Riviera, who is thought to be the world’s only immortal being. The story follows the main character through her attempts at leading a normal life whilst carrying the psychological baggage of her endless instances of reincarnation. Not surprisingly, Harper claims his interest in philosophy played just as big of a role in the creation of the novel as his biochemistry background did.

“While there is science involved in my work, it’s more of a philosophical exploration,” Harper said. “I hope to get people to think on some difficult questions, even if the answers can’t be found. But I also hope that people can find enjoyment in the story.””