Jennifer Stinger is the author of the Generations series: Generations Beyond and Generations Unbound. Both titles are nail biting stories about the unimaginable. If you like science fiction and fantasy based books, then you definitely should dive into this series. Read more about her life and books below.
How long have you been writing?
I’ve been writing for many years. Early on, I would practice my characters and character development on an online forum. This is actually how I met my now husband and co-author.
What is your most recent literary/artistic project?
We published the second novel in our series about a month ago. However, I plan and plot our books out so we have the next four projects already in the works. Two of them are for another series that runs in tandem with the Project: Generations series. It has the backstories of some of the characters so readers will have a better understanding of how they came to be the way they are.
What inspires you to write?
The most honest answer I can give is life. Life and the little things around me will sometimes spark an idea that I take with me and run away with it. I’m a people watcher and I will use those interactions as the inspiration for scenes.
Who’s your favorite author and why?
I would have to say that my favorite would be Diana Gabaldon. I started reading her novels when I was in high school and the books were passed between myself, my mother, and my aunt. I remember being so excited when the next book in her Outlander series would come out. I’m more than excited that it was made into a TV series as well. However, she’s responsible for my unrealistic expectations for men.
What advice can you give to other authors or writers?
Be patient. Don’t rush to get your book out. One of the biggest mistakes you can make is putting an unpolished work in the hands of readers. First impressions mean so much and your name, your picture, is your brand. People remember.
Where can readers go to find out more information about your work?
I do my best to keep my website up-to-date. It can be found at http://www.jastinger.com. I am always open to being contacted on Social Media as well. My information is also on that site.
Read more about the Generations series below.
Hidden, buried deep within the government’s archived files of failed military experiments lays a troubling secret. For years, 1953 to 1972 to be exact, a team of doctors and scientists tried unsuccessfully to alter test subjects, hoping to build living, organic weapons for the future.
Now, years later, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the original test pool are different, superior, and dangerous. Project Generations was spawned, a systematic collecting, or scrubbing, of an experiment gone awry. The Generations are hunted, collected, and eliminated before someone discovers the key to controlling them…or perhaps someone already has.
LA. Montana. Virginia. Colorado. Jonathan Cross must find a new home for himself and his new charge, Gabriela DeLuna, after the tragic events that shattered his world. The decorated Special Forces Army Captain must learn a new skill set, how to blend in with his new cover as an older brother to Gabriela and keep her safe after an attempt was made for her. Who is after her and why? Do they know where they are?
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