Tag Archives: Syn-En series

Syn-En: The Complete Series

I’ve taken my cyborg series off sale at most retailers and placed it exclusively on amazon. If you’re in the mood to finish the series, I’ve got a deal for you. All 7 books, the complete series is on sale … Continue reading

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Behind the Series: Syn-En, the Amarooks

There is a popular character in genre fiction usually called the best friend/helper/guide. This person’s role is to prompt the main character into some kind of action, to reveal information to the reader, and to fill in the gaps. This … Continue reading

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New Release: Syn-En: Home World

I’m happy to announce the release of the final book in the series and it’s on sale for 99 cents until Sunday. Pick up your copy today and begin the  journey home. A universe on the brink of peace. A … Continue reading

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Syn-En: Home World, Chapter 2

Chapter Two “Same satchel, different planet.” Nell Stafford patted the medical bag at her hip. Not that she needed the bandages, sprays, and fancy doo-dads inside. Gold fuzz twinkled like glitter around her fingers. Her fermites prepared to treat whatever … Continue reading

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Behind the Series: Syn-En—The Cyborgs

Edwin Starr asked the question about war. He declared definitively that war wasn’t good for anything and, yes, this song was part of the soundtrack that I listened to while writing the Syn-En series. Yet, despite Starr’s anthem, technology emerges … Continue reading

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Behind the Series: Syn-En, The Name Game

With all due respect to Shakespeare, names are very important. Exorcisisms can’t be performed without knowing the name of a demon. When your mother uses all of your names, you know you’re in trouble. I once changed a character’s name … Continue reading

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