Sunday, November 3, 2013

WeWriWa ~ My Unpublished 8 From A WIP ~ #8Sunday #LynnCrain

Hi everyone!

This week is my eleventh time with the Weekend Writing Warriors. And apparently I can’t count if you look at last week’s number…LOL! Here’s 8 sentences from one of my current WIPs, The Voyage of the Inara Marue.

I sit looking at him through slit eyes. I just couldn’t tell him yet I’d made the internal battle seem much worse than it actually was at the moment. The nanites I have at my disposal would eclipse anything Alvarez could now throw at me. I knew it was in my best interest not to let that fact be known to anyone. Even Xander.
While this man did all the programming to make my enhancements interface with my own biology quite well, he also inadvertently made them do one unexpected thing. In order for everything to be fully integrated, the enhancements, the nanites, my polymer structures, I had to teach myself to control them at the level where they interfaced with my biology. The fact this enabled me to do much more than they had ever imagined.

Again, this story has a little romance thought it is a science fiction novel that has more action. The heroine, Camden Jayde, was a soldier who met with an IED. She was then modified without her permission. The modifications done are both physical and genetic. Now she has nanotechnology flowing in her veins along with all the normal components in blood. The faction paying the bill modified her for the good of mankind but the military has other ideas. Those ideas serve no one but their own war mongering purpose. Her mission: save mankind, save the species and if luck holds, save the world. All she has to do is to accept.
Hope you enjoyed my Sunday 8. Please go check out the other WeWriWa authors this week, just click on the logo or paste this link into your browser and visit all the wonderful authors writing this weekend.

Thanks and see you next time!



  1. I am enjoying this very intriguing story! Can't wait to read the whole thing in one sitting...minor nit? using the phrase "interface with my biology" twice in the snippet just was a bit, I don't know, overly tech-y? Maybe it was just me. But another excellent excerpt!

  2. Thanks, Veronica, for stopping by.

    And yes, that's a nit with me too. LOL! I'll have a look at it. That's the great part about doing a can change it.

  3. Nice 8. It was fascinating and intriguing at once. Nicely done!

  4. I love a woman who has a secret! ;) Thanks for sharing.