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Same book, new look! Stranded with the Cyborg (Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance 1) has a brand new cover, created by Sweet ‘N Spicy Designs. Same book, same price (FREE!), but a hot new look! Why the makeover? I wanted the book’s … Continue reading
Some readers have asked what order they should read the Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance series. I want to emphasize that each book of the cyborg romance series is a standalone with an HEA, no cliffhangers. Each book is a complete story; … Continue reading
Coming January 10, 2017 I sent Claimed by the Cyborg (Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance 5) to my editor yesterday! For me, there are three major milestones in a book’s life: finishing the first draft, finishing my revisions and sending the manuscript … Continue reading
Release date: January 2017! Instead of feedback on an excerpt, I would like input on my blurb for Claimed by the Cyborg, book 5 of the Cy-Ops Sci-fi cyborg romance series. The hero, March Fellows, was a secondary character in Captured … Continue reading
Here’s a quick update on my future plans, immediate and mid-term. Meet me in St. Louis On Thursday, I leave for Penned Con, an author/reader conference in St. Louis, Mo (Sept. 24 & 25) withe panels, workshops and a big … Continue reading
If you’re a Cara Bristol newsletter subscriber, you received a free gift today — an exclusive, science fiction romance, Married to the Cyborg. It’s a special edition of the Cy-Ops Sci-fi Romance series, and my thank you for subscribing to … Continue reading
Friday, Friday, Friday! Married to the Cyborg will be released Sept. 16 FREE to newsletter subscribers. Not a subscriber? You can can. Sign up here. Get the full details. Ambassador Penelope Aaron is attending an Association of Planets gala. Her … Continue reading
Remember those “What I did on my summer vacation” reports you had to do in elementary school? Funny story: I grew up in California. In the third grade, a friend of mine had told the class how she’d gone to … Continue reading