Natural Born Cyborgs is now up for Pre-order!

You all voted for the next novel I will write and here it is, Natural Born Cyborgs! You can click on the buttons below, on the page up top, or on the pic to your right! So many places to clickaroo!

Want to know the final tally? Here ya go!

Natural Born Cyborgs   53%  
Big Box Blood Bath   29%  
PoDLanD   17%  

For all of you Big Box Blood Bath fans out there, don’t you worry. I have some ideas for that one! How would you feel about a serialized novel? Released in installments? That seems to be the big thing right now and BBBB would be perfect for that! Throw your thoughts on that into the comments section below.

Have other comments (I know you do)? Then comment away! I want this pre-order process to be open and fun. Ask me anything and as long as it doesn’t involve spoilers I’ll answer!

So get to pre-orderin’!

Cheers!

NBC 

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Natural Born Cyborgs-
The techno-virus used by the Three hundreds of years ago has mutated and combined with BC (biochrome) to create a generation of natural born cyborgs- part biorganic metal, part human. Society decides these Splicers, as they are called, are too dangerous to let live and rounds them up for extermination. Those not found must hide their true natures and fight for their lives. And the lives of those yet born.
Set in the same universe as DEAD MECH, but hundreds of years after the events in the Apex Trilogy, Natural Born Cyborgs is the first in the Splicer Wars series of novels that introduce the world to the new MechPunk style of science fiction- raw, unrelenting, brutal, and shiny.

Posted on April 25, 2013, in The Next Way To Publish, What's Up.... and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Nick Chatelain

    Pre-Ordered!
    That would be awesome to get a serialized version of BBBB…if it doesn’t get in the way of anything else, of course.

  2. Having BBBB released in installments sounds good to me. That seems like a good way to keep the content flowing between major novels. Are there plans for a follow up to Little Dead Man?

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