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A 21st-century woman fights aliens when transported into the future. Here, Science Fiction Meets Horror.

The Horror of Space

Space is a horrific place when one thinks about it. It’s a vacuum where, if there is no oxygen, life will be sucked right out of you. It is a place where your blood boils before it evaporates. Space is no place for the faint of heart.

If you have no intention of fighting for your place in the galaxy, do not fly above our atmosphere where there is no gravity. Just like you wouldn’t go into a fight without expecting a nosebleed at the very least, stay on Earth where it is safe – for the moment.

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Technological Flaw

When you are an artist, what you do defines who and what you are. You develop a taste for a genre, a style, or a theme even. Then, people see you as that person who loves this or that. Sometimes, you become that person without knowing it.

The False Influence

A few years ago I fell in love with the HBO series, True Blood. I had an idea for a novel series, and I started looking around to make sure I didn’t see it somewhere else by mistake. As a result, I stumbled upon the Trubie world and became a fan myself.

In like manner, I ended up writing a few novels in the vampire genre and found myself becoming a paranormal romance author. Something was off. I couldn’t put my finger on it, but I didn’t feel like myself. Moreover, one of my best friends read my books and found it lacking something.

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The Name Is Bond

Commander James Bond, CMG, RNVR, is a fictional character. He is the protagonist of the James Bond series of novels, films, comics and video games. — Wikipedia

My Bond

While I am a fan of hard and high science fiction, growing up with my grandparents had many pluses. For example, I grew up watching one of the ever-growing cult classic, James Bond. I watched it from its somewhat “big” screen beginning with Sean Connery as 007 in 1962.

I grew up watching a soft sci-fi action movie cult and developed an affection for the British agent. It was an affection I didn’t know would last to this day and creeps in my writing. I am quite thankful for the inspiration and the style it gave me.

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