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Mated with the Cyborg (Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance 2) is available now at a new lower cover price. Just $2.99 USD on all vendors. The price also has been reduced by 40% for international buyers as well. Amazon | Amazon UK … Continue reading
After Solia is taken hostage and sold to some predatory aliens, she awakens in the sick bay of a spaceship. Solia is the heroine of Rescued by the Cyborg, a novella in Embrace the Romance: Pets in Space 2. Rescued … Continue reading
Barnes & Noble | iTunes | Kobo | ARe | Google Play (Pets in Space will be on Amazon on release day) From Spark of Attraction in the Pets in Space anthology Coming October 11, 2017 The Crimson Hawk, a … Continue reading
On Monday, I finished production of my first audio book, an erotic sci-fi romance, Stranded with the Cyborg. Once review by ACX is complete, Stranded will be available for download on Audible, iTunes and Amazon. It’s currently available in ebook … Continue reading
Welcome back to Weekend Writing Warriors. In this week’s short excerpt from Stranded with the Cyborg, my latest sci-fi romance, Penelope “Pia” Aaron is trying to get some information out of Brock, the bodyguard who’s been assigned to her… “What … Continue reading
I was first introduced to cyborgs in Star Trek:The Next Generation with “the Borg.” The Borg were former humans who had been turned into robots through a computer interface that networked them. They acted and thought as one unit. The … Continue reading
How to enter Post your review of Stranded with the Cyborg on Amazon (US, UK, CA or AU) by Oct. 6, 2015. Email a direct link to the review to firstname.lastname@example.org by Oct. 7, 2015. Put “Cyborg Review Contest” in the … Continue reading
I finished writing a cyborg science fiction romance novella earlier this week. By finished, I mean the first draft is complete. I still have about a month’s worth of revisions, editing, and proofreading to do. I am planning to publish mid-September … Continue reading