Exodus Sequence is published at last!

My new collection of short stories is published today!  Golly, it’s a thrilling feeling, no matter how many times you’ve done it before (not a lot, really….)  This is the first time all the Exodus Sequence stories have appeared together.  Until now, they could only be purchased individually, along with the occasional freebie.  I’m advertising it as sci-fi/fantasy/horror/romance but to be honest, it’s none of those things.  I feel that I’ve taken the genres and given them a good shaking (rather like a dusty carpet.)  I would love to know what you think – genre writing seems a bit fraught these days!

Link to Amazon:  http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00Q6ZW7X6

This is what the blurb looks like on Amazon:

A COLLECTION OF CONNECTED SCIENCE FICTION NOVELETTES:
An alien disturbs war-vets in a wire prison.
A woman experiences aliens on Mars in a bizarre afterlife.
A war veteran can’t remember how she was crippled.
A disturbed young woman is approached by a secret agent to break a code.
A fighter experiences a revelation that goes beyond immortality.
Scientists try to break a field around Mars.
Nimue tempts a magician into his future.
The most powerful man in the solar system hides in a soulless world of white.
An autistic girl falls in love with an alien…
The nine apparently dissimilar stories in diverse styles and structures are connected by a single thread: the existence of Atlantis. The mystery of Atlantis, its disappearance and its people are gradually revealed in the stories, each a substantial novelette.

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About susannahjbell

I am a writer of science fiction and other strange and surreal works. I mostly write novels and the occasional novelette. My published works include A Doorway into Ultra, the Fleet Quintet and the Exodus Sequence. I live in London in an attic flat but really want to live in a tree. I wanted to be an astrophysicist but would settle for an alien abduction. I write because I don’t know what to read.
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