According to EW:
"Gillian Anderson is returning to the genre that made her a cultural icon – but it’s not on television. The newest project from the star of The X-Files is a book franchise called the EarthEnd Saga, a collaboration with co-writerJeff Rovin, a prolific geek whose extensive bibliography includes works in the best-selling Tom Clancy’s Op-Center series. The first novel, entitled A Vision of Fire, will be published in October by Simon & Schuster through a new imprint devoted to literary and speculative fiction across all genres called Simon451, a nod to legendary author Ray Bradbury’s dystopian/sci-fi classic Fahrenheit 451."
The first book is called A Vision of Fire. (this is from the website Doug Grad Literary Agency, Inc.)
"The series opens in present-day New York and begins with a political crisis playing out at the United Nations. But the tensions created by the crisis have strange ripples around the world, traumatically affecting three children in distant and disparate places, their stories seemingly unconnected. It is this tension that opens a portal to a lost civilization—an Atlantis of the Antarctic mountains—that has existed only as energy on a higher plane of consciousness since its collapse millennia ago. The discovery of the existence of this lost world will send child psychologist Connie O’Hara—who specializes in pediatric schizophrenia and uses hypnosis and past-life regressions in her practice—racing to the ends of the earth to discover the true meaning of what she’s uncovered. And she may not like what she finds… The story unfolds over the course of the series."
I'm definitely reading this one!