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The world is undergoing an awakening, as science and technology are bringing things that were once just fantasy to real, and sometimes terrifying, life.  But these heroes are there to fight back against abuses of knowledge and power, while keeping each other safe from all the really nasty stuff out there,

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What do you consider to be what defines the difference between Science Fiction and Science Fantasy?

wilwheaton:

Science Fantasy has some element of magic in it, while Science Fiction uses technology.

But what if the technology is so advanced that it seems like magic?

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Smashwords Interview

Don’t forget, you can use the code

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to get 100% off The Little Queen from Smashwords, and download it in most popular e-reader formats.  It would then be cool if you leave me some feedback, or leave a quick review there or on Amazon (or any of the other places where it will be available…

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Jen Air: The Little Queen – 100% off coupon!

Ohh… so, apparently, Smashwords lets me generate coupons.  So here is one – for this entire month (until May 31st) use the following code to get The Little Queen for free:

ND72U

And then do please send me asks or comments or suggestions you may have about it. 

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Jen Air: Asterion – Children

In todays extract from Asterion, upcoming sequel to The Little Queen, Jennifer is left at home with Tenley and discuss a variety of topics, some of which may be important, some not.

Usual disclaimer: Early draft so doesn’t necessarily resemble what the final product will be after corrections and changes.

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Jen Air: Asterion – Gosforth

Another extract from the sequel to The Little Queen I’m writing.  It’s a slightly different type of story.  Little Queen was sci-fi thriller/horror, whereas this story is more like a dungeon crawl that takes place on an island.  At the beginning, there is this journal entry, and then later on as the protagonists explore the island they slowly learn more about what happened after Gosforth agreed to help Hendel.

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Jen Air: The Little Queen – On Sale from April 2nd

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Amazon.com   Amazon.co.uk


‘79% of 186 Women Agree (That this meets the requirements to be considered a book.)’

‘… this book make the reader have pleasure time… ‘ –

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Jen Air: Asterion – Victor Crane

Taking a little break from my journey through Star Trek TNG to start posting about the new novel I’m working on, the proper full length sequel to The Little Queen, which has been fixed and edited several times since it was put up last year, but I’ve learnt a lot from it. 

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Jen Air: Out There, Part Five

Part OnePart TwoPart ThreePart Four

Time to get on with this.  I was actually a little hesitant to do so because of the recent death of the great David Bowie and the villain in this story being named Major Tom,

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Jen Air: Asterion

Now when people ask me what I do, I can legitimately say author.  I published something, people have paid to read it, so I am an author.  It wasn’t proofread nearly as well as I’d have liked as I keep finding mistakes (most of it was proofread by an eleven year old boy,

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