The Experiment, a new novel from the imaginations of Cindy C Bennett, Sherry Gammon, and Jeffery Moore!
Time is running out for the Collaborative’s oppressive rule of the remote world Senca One. The government attempts to suppress the escalating riots, even while seeking to further their experiments. When their parents are taken, triplets Juliet, Cilla, and Emiah Tripp set out to locate them, and soon discover they are at the center of a hunt to capture them.
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About the Authors
Moore was born in Germany. As a military brat, much of his childhood was spent abroad, growing up in Germany on military installations. He subsequently enlisted in the military and served for ten years as an army pilot. While in the military, he lived in Italy and South Korea and deployed to many European countries. He has traveled to Australia, Japan, Singapore and most European countries. His experiences and contact with many different cultures helps form some of the elements in his stories. He currently works for a global IT company and lives in Massachusetts.
Unlovable was Gammon’s debut novel and quickly rose to
many top seller lists on Amazon. She is pleased to announce that Unlovable is
currently being made into a movie. She has added two more novels to her body of
work. Not so Easy, book one of the Souls in Peril series, is the poignant story
of Max Sanchez who is on a journey to help the struggling JD Miller survive
high school, and Pete & Tink, a fun, light-hearted novella of a
manga-loving geek and a five-and-a-half inch fairy. Gammon and her husband, along
with their children and a couple of crazy dogs, call Upstate New York home. It
is where she spends her nights writing instead of sleeping.
Cindy C Bennett
Bennett is the YA author of several books, including Geek Girl, Rapunzel Untangled, Enchanted Fairytales, and Heart on a Chain. She lives
in Utah and has six kids (two of which are daughters in-law). She loves gooey
cookies, dark chocolate, and cheese popcorn. She hates housework and cooking,
and has no plans to become a domestic goddess. She occasionally co-hosts a geek
podcast with her son, called Geek Revolution Radio. Her favorite pastime is
riding her Harley.
Jeffery Moore: A few of my pet peeves:
Books: Fantasy/Sci-Fi is/are my genre of choice – mainstream authors need to be more original. Tired of reading the same plots with the same feudal Europe setting with the same challenges/obstacles the heroes face.
Movies: let’s get real with the action, okay? If you hit somebody in the head with a baseball bat, they ain’t getting up anytime soon.
Phrase: “Thinking out of the box”. If everyone’s thinking is outside the box then what is the box for?
Words: ‘Unconsciously’ as in “He unconsciously opened the refrigerator door.” Really?
Foods: Mac & Cheese. Can’t we just leave it alone? Some things don’t need to be re-invented.
Sports: NASCAR. I don’t get it. I think I’d rather watch bowling or curling.
Sherry Gammon: Love Jeff’s! And Ditto!! A few of my pet peeves:
Italian food. Really? $20 for a bowl of spaghetti?
Drivers: If you are going to cut me off, you had better be driving fast than me.
Movies: Double Ditto on Jeff’s comment. Get Real!
Facebook: I do not want to read your every moment. Some things are meant to be private!!
Politics: Let’s throw them ALL out of office and start over already!
Cindy C Bennett: Bowling or curling, Jeff? You must really hate Nascar! Otherwise I agree with both of you. Here are a few of my pet peeves:
Words: My current word pet peeve is then/than which are suddenly misused everywhere. C’mon people, one is a comparison (than) and one refers to time.
Reality TV: Don’t get me wrong, I watch my fair share, but some are beyond idiotic. Since when does going on TV and showing what a lowlife you are/can be make you a star?
Hypocrites: If you’re going to judge others for their actions or opinions, don’t then mimic those very actions or opinions.
And since were on the subject, Judging Others: No one is perfect, we’re all human, you have no idea what’s going on in someone’s life, so how about a little respect instead of judgment?
Ending Paragraphs with a Question: I would never do such a thing! Or would I?