All That I Am (Escrire)

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“There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception.” –Aldous Huxley

Not her job; it became her duty. When everyone, including those she loved, was killed the mission was left for her to complete. But it goes badly wrong… Iris, a messenger, intending to warn and save mankind, didn’t make it in time. Injured and found by a cruel, depraved man and locked away in a secret room where she remained unconscious amidst a swirl of vague, painful, memories of when she’d been human. Awakened to blood and violence to find that instead of the three decades of preparation she was to deliver humanity, the world doesn’t know it’s on the brink of an invasion that will enslave mankind turning them into livestock for the predators that had destroyed her planet. Could she still fulfill her most important purpose… the critical part of her mission? And could she become human again?

This is a standalone 8,630-word story. But in it I set the stage for an epic, novel length, story and reader response has been that they are hungry for it. I’ve decided to write that story for them.  Here’s information: ABOUT The Augur Protocol – the continuation of the story I began with ‘All That I Am.

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