Stephanie Saulter

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Stephanie Saulter is a writer of speculative fiction and the author of the ®Evolution novels: Gemsigns, Binary and Regeneration. They're set in a near future that's been fundamentally altered by neurological pandemic, genetic manipulation and social media, and use the lens of an altered humanity to take a new look at the old issues of race, class, religious dogma and social conflict.

Before she got around to being an author, Stephanie developed real estate, managed restaurants, was a corporate executive, a public policy wonk, a management consultant, and founded the Scriptopus interactive website for writing short fiction. She doesn't have a poor attention span; on the contrary she finds lots of things interesting and figures you learn more
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Stephanie Saulter Bal, Gaela and Gabriel are all back in Regeneration! And there's a new member of the family: Gabriel's little sister, Eve. After the events of…moreBal, Gaela and Gabriel are all back in Regeneration! And there's a new member of the family: Gabriel's little sister, Eve. After the events of Gemsigns, Bal and Gaela decided to leave London for a while - mostly to shield Gabriel from all the attention that resulted, and give him as normal a childhood as possible. They were living in the mountains near Reginald's place in Wales during the events of Binary. Regeneration takes place eight years later, and they've been back for some time. Gabriel is seventeen now, in college but also working for Thames Tidal Power, a revolutionary new energy company - it uses the tidal turbines and quantum storage technology developed by the gillungs, and desired by everyone else. His parents run a small grocery and café business near their former home in the Squats (now rechristened Riveredge Village), where Bal's formidable culinary skills are put to good use. Gaela also works as a security consultant, battles occasional bouts of synaesthesia and most of all focuses on raising, and protecting, Eve ... who is just as extraordinary a child as Gabriel was.(less)
Stephanie Saulter Ancestry. I'm descended from a range of ethnicities and nationalities, not all of which are common in the Caribbean. We know that such-and-such a…moreAncestry. I'm descended from a range of ethnicities and nationalities, not all of which are common in the Caribbean. We know that such-and-such a great-great grandparent came from Portugal, or Scotland, but we don't know why.(less)
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Gemsigns (®Evolution, #1)

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