Jena felt about Chloro Sapiens like other people feel about fairies, Mother Theresa or the good witch of the North. They were sacred to her and certainly had achieved a higher level of consciousness. There was so much to learn from these humans--or hybrid humans. Yet there were some who thought they were no more than useless vegetation, like her fiancee, Preston. Now they were threatened and the main perpetrator was the man she was about to marry. What could she do? She was a scientist yes, but a warrior, no. Or was she?
This is a story of courage--the courage to risk all you know and love to protect what you believe in, to protect the new race of man. Would the new man return the favor, or were people right, and they had morphed into pure vegetation? The risk was great, the danger eminent but it was a choice Jena was going to have to make and possibly risk it all for her cherished childhood beliefs.
Having won first place in a national contest from the National Writer's Association, this Sci Fi Novella is an outstanding story as we have come to expect from this author
Shelly Marshall, BS, CSAC, has been writing self-help books for many years with Day By Day and the Pocket Sponsor her most popular books. Much of of her work has been distributed globally and her name is well-known in the self-help field. Her real love though is weaving fantastical stories to delight and also enrage her friends and family.
Much of her work has won acclaim and been translated into other languages and sold around the world. She is a published journalist, photographer, researcher, and blogger. There isn't much in creative writing that she hasn't been able to master. Her last fiction piece was the exciting detective novel/screenplay hybrid Detective Hot Sauce, and now she brings you the first installment of an exciting new Sci Fi series, Harvesting the New Man.