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Stephen Coghlan | 8 comments My flagship series is seeing the light.

I could spend my time babbling on, but I'll save that for later.

For now, know that I've posted a free short story, set in the Genmos universe. You can find it on goodreads, here.
https://www.goodreads.com/story/show/...

Or, if you like to download it, you can go to
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view...

I only ask that if it interests you at all, please let me know.


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Stephen Coghlan | 8 comments Just in time for Canada’s 150th birthday, comes Stephen Coghlan’s debut novel. Gathering Storms is a YA Anthro adventure that spans the country from coast to coast, and features actual locals from the great nation.

It all started years ago when my dad used a government contract to create super-soldiers for his own needs. After almost a decade of providing limited success, the project was canceled and we were ordered destroyed. Unwilling to kill his children, dad hid us throughout the country, splitting us up from each other.

Just after my eighth birthday, my oldest sister got into some hot water. Her guardian had died and she was forced to live on the streets. When several witnesses reported seeing her, it sparked a race to recover her, and my other siblings, between my father and the agency that had ordered us destroyed. That night began my people’s fight for our rights, our freedom, and our very lives.

I’ve collected writings from my siblings and have tried to put them into an order that I hope makes sense for you. This is our story.

Yours sincerely,
Anna Keper
The last original Genetically Modified Species

GENMOS evokes the scope and depth of James Patterson’s When the Wind Blows and the Maximum Ride series with a fresh, furry style. . . This is the grand start of a YA adventure series, I’m certain of it.”
—Bill Kieffer, author of The Goat: Building the Perfect Victim

“GENMOS: Gathering Storms takes you right to the heart of this action, as well as into the hearts of the GENMOS themselves. See with sonar, lead a pack, grow up with a bunny as a sibling. But, most of all, it’s action, action, and more action!”
—Phil Geusz, author of The First Book of Lapism and Evolutionary Action

Now available on Amazon
Or find more information on
htps://thurstonhowlpublications.com/
http://scoghlan.com/


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