Geralyn Wichers

"Life is a great adventure, or nothing"

A manufactured person is no person at all. A clone designed to fight and die, Dominic escaped from the metallic womb of Caspian Genetics and became a citizen of the City. His intellect and superior genetic makeup place him in the elite class, the very class that would eliminate him if they knew what he …

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Boy, am I excited to share this with you! My newest novel, Sons of Earth,is now released on Amazon for you to download, and purchase as paperback (in some countries). Sons of Earthis a sci-fi, dystopian drama set in a near-future city. Human clones, or ‘Manufactured Persons,’ are the new workforce in the City. They …

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Today wasn’t a good day for Khalia’s new assistant to arrive, but… there he was, the boy-wonder. The travel mug slipped from Khalia’s hand just as her swipe card passed the swipe-station and the door clicked. Khalia kicked it through the door ahead of her and let the warm interior air wash over her before …

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In the city, your job, your income, your house, your lifespan, are predestined by your class. Justine is determined to do good at her new job, but how can she do good when her job is to create slaves for the city? Brrring. Brrring. Casey’s arm pinned Justine momentarily as he reached across her and …

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The opening scene of Sons of Earth, the Sci-Fi novel I will release this spring! He was watching her. Though he never made eye contact, from under his long, dark lashes he watched. His perfect lips curled, almost too minute to perceive. It made a full body exam decidedly awkward. But she was done. Khalia pointed …

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I am excited to announce that Sons of Earth, a sci-fi novel, is to be released this spring! A manufactured person is no person at all. Designed to fight and die, Dominic escaped from the metallic womb of Caspian Genetics. He knows that if he is found out he’s as good as dead, but he cannot forget …

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Which books changed my life in 2014? I read thirty-six books this year, as of today. I hope to make it 37 before midnight tomorrow, if I can pound out the last of Plato’s Republic. Many of these volumes were forgotten the instant I put it back on the bookshelf, or shut off my Kindle. Others changed …

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“Cat: Where are you going? Alice: Which way should I go? Cat: That depends on where you are going. Alice: I don’t know. Cat: Then it doesn’t matter which way you go” (Lewis Carol, Alice in Wonderland). Is this the year you actually do it?  Woah, let’s not get crazy now. Heaven forbid you make …

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Hey Friends, It’s November, and here in Manitoba, the weather has caught up.  There is snow, and thus we are launched into our 4-6 months of winter.  But I don’t mind, because I probably won’t see daylight until December. It’s NaNoWriMo–National Novel Writing Month.  Writers all over challenge themselves to write a novel of not …

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