Like Star Trek and Dr. Who?  Try reading the newly published Been Blued science fiction novel.  While I have a definite bias as the author, I’ve had nothing but good reviews from anyone who’s read it. 

Here’s the premise: people who left Earth so long ago they consider themselves aliens have to return when a virus in space wipes out their women.  They run into problems, not the least of which is that cloning only offers them so much time before extinction.  They’ve infiltrated human organizations and have to hide the telltale red swirls that reveal the presence of a symbiont they picked up in space.  It prevents them from starting a family until they’ve been blued, meaning a woman has fallen in love with them.  When one of them is lucky enough to find such a human, she already has plans of her own…

I hope you enjoy it, I had a blast writing it.  I also wanted to get published right away, so I went through iUniverse, a ‘supported self-publishing’ company.  The novel is available from them––or you can Google the title to find out where to get the ebook.

Readers are asking if I can get the sequel out by Christmas, and I will try.  It wouldn’t be possible with a traditional publisher, but since this is print on demand (POD) technology, the author is in charge.  I’ve been writing stories since I could put words together, so I do write fast.

If you’d like to comment on Been Blued, or have questions about the supported self-publishing process, send me an email at  Thanks for your time and happy reading!

About Scifialiens

Author of the Martian Symbiont series: three titles, so far; Been Blued, Martian Blues, Martian Divides. Currently writing screenplays. 'Mating With Humans' can be found on her account. Enjoyed writing from the start. Also a Star Trek and Doctor Who fan. Canadian so far. Paternal grandparents were American. Feels more at home in the States. Loves dogs and most other animals. Loves cats from afar--allergies. Plays flute and saxophone; 'messes with' keyboard and electric guitar. Single so far. Not really looking at the moment. Age: irrelevant. Not to be confused with the fictional comic book character, Phyllis Twombly, who lived for 600 years in the American Midwest.

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