So, I’m stuck with the decision to make. Do I just slide the story aside and ignore it until I can figure something out? I have to have my stories make sense and work out in some logical fashion. Even if it’s sci-fi… I need that explanation, even if it’s for my imagination. But this story isn’t sci-fi, so the fantastic, far-fetched twist wouldn’t work.
Then it hit me! Just leave it as it is. It doesn’t have to be a full length novel. Why couldn’t it just be a short story with the reader left with the cliff hanger and wanting to know what happened? Heck! I want to know what happens and I haven’t figured it out yet. There’s nothing saying that I can’t come back at some later time and write an ending that I’m comfortable with for the characters and that works well for them and the genre. But, it doesn’t leave the story in limbo either.
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Now, years later, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the original test pool are different, superior, and dangerous. Project Generations was spawned, a systematic collecting, or scrubbing, of an experiment gone awry. The Generations are hunted, collected, and eliminated before someone discovers the key to controlling them...or perhaps someone already has.
Clouded in secrecy, a General is tasked with the daunting assignment of hoarding or wiping out the past by destroying their future. Captain Christina Aarons, a cursed Generation, is dispatched by the General to locate a new partner, Captain Jonathan Cross, himself the recipient of special abilities. Together the duo battle time, the General, their attraction to one another, and unseen forces to block the laboratory testing and genocide of their brothers and sisters.
Generations Beyond will grip you and not let you go until the final page of this series is turned and the truth is revealed. Secure your copy today and discover The Generations.
** WARNING: This book contains sexual situations intended for readers over the age of 18 with violence, and strong language that may be offensive to some. The book does end in a cliffhanger. **