Tag Archives: Syn-en

Behind the Series: Syn-En: The Skaperians

Villains are a staple of SciFi and pretty much most genre fiction. And while I don’t plot my books, I did know who the ultimate bad guys were, how the story would arc through the series and lead the Syn-En … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal: Syn-En: Home World

A universe on the brink of peace. A defeated enemy out for revenge. And a weapon designed to destroy everything. Admiral Beijing York and his army of Synthetically-Enhanced Humans were built for war, taught to kill, and programmed to overcome … Continue reading

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Heading Home, The Final Journey

And so it has begun. I am writing the last Syn-En book. And Bei, Nell and the gang are going to the one place they swore never to go: back to Earth. Ending a series is always hard. These people … Continue reading

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Look at Me! Look at Me!

I just wanted to show off my new covers for the Syn-En series. Although the last book, Home World, is missing. Here they are, in order.

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Syn-En: Ghost World, Chapter 5

Chapter 5 “I can lick your itchy belly.” “Hmm?” Wiggling against the pillow propping up her back, Nell added another note to the tablet. A lot of species wouldn’t be happy with her taking over the administration arm of the … Continue reading

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Syn-En: Ghost World, Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Bei’s curses blistered the WA shocking cyberspace into silence. His outburst had shocked his men. The hieroglyphic writing on the tomb’s walls blazed with light. Under his feet, the mining base hummed with power.  His wife had activated … Continue reading

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Syn-En: Ghost World, Chapter 3

Chapter 3 Aricose Groat stood beside the stub of his captain’s chair. Wires bristled from the control hubs tipped on their sides on the dreadnaught’s bridge. His tail hooked through the twisted deck, pinschers clasped behind his back. Clouds of … Continue reading

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