Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Extras in the To Be Sinclair series

Greetings, folks!  I've officially concluded the To Be Sinclair series, but I still have characters popping up, hoping I'll tell their stories!

This is a graphic I've worked up for an omnibus edition of my series.  Since it's 13 books and 11 short-story 'Easter eggs' (over 1.6 million words), I think I'll at least cut it into half if not thirds, and I definitely won't be putting this out for at least a year (since I just published Civility).

Regardless, I keep finding myself writing about other TBS characters and the struggle for them to find mates.  I could add them to existing books; my most recent one, Redeemed, is about Domenic Sinclair and would attach easily to Integrity.  But I rather think I might offer them here, on my blog, for the public to read for free.

I'm not quite sure how to go about it, though -- a four or five-part post, separating the 20,000-word story into manageable bits and giving the readers some suspense?  Should I upload it to some of the more popular reader sites, like Radish?

Feel free to comment or message me over your opinions on this matter.  I want to help the readers who already love my series enjoy further stories, yet I would also like to find new venues and further readers.  Thank you for your input!

~Namaste~



Tuesday, August 21, 2018

CIVILITY in tweets!

For several of my books, I've put up tweets of important or poignant points in the story to give you an idea of things to come.   As usual, you can order Civility at (click on) Amazon, Smashwords, iTunes, Kobo, and so forth.

 Here's my preview of Civility in tweets with the hashtags and such edited out:


1/  “The trail eventually ended, but a heavier heat signature showed in one spot as if he had spent a lot of time there before moving away.  Unfortunately, that position was almost directly over your bunk….”


2/ She felt as if a bolt of lightning had struck the top of her head, generating hot loathing throughout her body to the tips of her fingers and toes.  The Bad Guys, the bogeymen of every child on Sinclair Demesne….

     
3/ Irked, she snarled, “And I can’t stand to think senior officers would mock my dedication to my duties, especially for such a perilous operation, and especially since I’m apparently the last person to be brought in on it!”
         

4/ “If there’s the most remote chance they can discover she’s playing a role, that’s it; the legation has failed. And they’ll be more than pissed; they’ll be antagonistic about it, which we absolutely cannot afford if we’re expected to leave their territory.” 


5/ “I thought Ruben had broken up with his girlfriend when he said he’d be bringing you, so I asked her, and she….” 
Alea slowed, gulped, and tried to get control of her face.  “I didn’t know he had a girlfriend.”


6/“I’d say it was all those years in a command environment that helped me see who needed to do what. Which you haven’t had. [Y]ou might not be able to turn off your unflappable personality and assume a more fruitful attitude, like dominance or cold logic.”


7/“Still, you’ll be an immensely valuable asset in the Athenian volume, which will be the biggest test everyone in the fleet will likely ever experience.  [P]rovided you try to work with us instead of dragging us all down with your pissy little trials….”


8/ If Rich said Kieran Renois was the best person for the position, it was more than reasonable; it was vital. “Since you’re convinced he’s the most competent person you could have in that position, that’s fine with me. Go ahead and arrange it.”


9/“Lord Renois.” Elizabeth had stopped to face him, casually inspecting her fingernails and rings. “As my lady-in-waiting, she has explicit rights to my person. And you will address her with her Imperial designation and honorific for the duration of this mission.


10/ “If you’re gonna pump me for information, I might as well kill myself now.” He downed his drink.
“[H]aving twenty thousand Sentinels know everything about us is rather daunting. You’d think the secrecy oath would apply as much to each other as it does to outsiders.”


11/ “Rather astute of her, considering that I could have your entire legation killed in an instant.”
To counteract the stab of dread in her heart, Elizabeth laughed merrily [and] took up her drink. “You would risk Athenia being utterly destroyed?”


12/They couldn’t deny that anything she had said was untrue; she had described her sheer heroism in defending them to Grandfather and Grandmother in strikingly honest detail.  There was no way these men could gainsay her or fight with her over these negotiations.


13/Suddenly ashamed to realize she was manipulating him, she put her hands to her face and groaned, rocking forward and back.  Her mortification and her thickening thoughts vanished in an instant when Kieran sat beside her and wrapped his arms around her.


14/This chalata’s beady regard made Elizabeth think of an old, wise professor, a scientist studying her with the weight of long experience, and an ambassador meeting another ambassador, all rolled into one.  Its dark golden eyes barely moved.



15/ “One fellow mentioned it wouldn’t be right to attack during the games, & another fellow argued, ‘But you know they’ll all be here watching her.’ The first fellow said, ‘Maybe after?’ They then noticed me & took off. When I couldn’t see them any longer, I reported.” 



16/These men had so little desire to comply with the reparations treaty, they’d even talked themselves into not caring whether they could be members of the galactic community once more. [S]he realized the paltry offers they had made were mirrored across the board.


17/Alea held up her hand to stop his avalanching apology.  “This is my question: do I need to report this to anyone?”
The man swallowed, wringing his hands. “Ah… to me.” His haunted eyes showed he undoubtedly hoped she wouldn’t ask who his boss was.


18/Kieran looked around at the setup. “The only way someone could get to us is if they sent an attack drone through the gap hidden by the canopy.”
“And even then, our sharpshooters, the skopeftĂ­s, would destroy it before it could even get over the stands.”


19/“I don’t think this is much of an experiment when we know exactly what to do to get the results we expect.”
“Frankly, I could see chalates all over who would turn to watch what was happening, every time. They’re like… repeaters, beacons.”


20/ “If she’s incited a riot, there’s no way she’ll get out of here without them guarding her.” Kieran pointed @ the four men escorting Alea out of the stadium. “They’re doing us a favor. Look @ the people leaning over the rails, howling for her blood!”


21/ “Are you sure you want to play this game? Are you sure you can play it better than Theon Ellines, or even anyone else?”
He glanced over the tableau before meeting her eyes. “I’m not sure what you’re asking, exactly.”
“Negotiations.  Are you willing to play with us?”


22/ A deep, deep ache throbbed to the rhythm of her heartbeat from both her legs as well as her other arm. She remembered hearing regeneration therapy was one of the most painful procedures a person could experience.  No wonder she was drugged to the gills.


23/ “If you can’t trust your people to know their limits, if you insist on driving Rich Jeffries over the edge just for political necessity, you’ll lose more than Servicemen over it; you’ll lose their faith in your ability to judge need over greed.”


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Sunday, July 1, 2018

Civility: Available for Pre-Order!

Greetings!  I'm happy to announce that Civility, book 13 and the finale of the To Be Sinclair series, is safe in Amazon's hands and available for pre-order  The book will be released August 21st, 2018, and I'll have the Smashwords version up in a few days so iTunes, Kobo, Barnes and Noble and others will be able to pre-order it, too.

In celebration, starting Monday, July 2nd, I'll be tweeting an excerpt a day from Civility around noon. Come join me!  I'll be posting them here at some point, perhaps when I've done four or five of them.  Here's the scoop:
Captain Princess Alea Sinclair is tasked by the Emperor to be her aunt Elizabeth's lady-in-waiting, i.e. bodyguard, on their trip to the Attican Empire to rewrite their $2 trillion treaty. Behind the scenes, health issues and a cruel commanding officer make their private lives hell while they strive to maintain their public image of competence. And their stated mission isn't the only one; they must also find out what they can about an intelligent alien species the Atticans have found on a nearby planet. 

They act like tame pets, but due to their hypnotic mental influence, Elizabeth falls for Alea's scorned C.O. while Alea and her two new Attican friends strive desperately to understand the wily chalates. How can Alea determine the intent and the extent of the aliens' influence upon Elizabeth, the most brilliant social analyst and diplomat of the Sinclair Demesnes, before they ruin the renegotiation of this critical treaty?

This is the final volume of the To Be Sinclair series. This novel contains sexual situations.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

Conquering Evil One Small Step at a Time

Why do people like animals more than they like other people?   It's because animals don't LIE.

"Oh, that's obviously been Photoshopped."
"Did you hear they can mix and mimic your voice and dub it to anything?"
"So, how many times did the president lie this week?"

This is the burden of language: lies.  This is also the burden of history, that things will change into their opposites.  Instead of a noble, upright citizen being elected in as president, we have a man who can not only lie on the fly but also change his mind from a previous position in a flash.

Religion used to be the purveyor of morality.  Even then, the first five commandments basically came down to respecting and revering 'authority'.  Blasphemy was considered the greatest sin you could commit -- the one unforgivable sin!  And now the forces of religion are waning in the world.

But now, looking all around us, the brazen immoralities stand out.  Greed?  "Banksters!" someone shouts.  Sloth?  "Welfare!" someone shouts.  Pride? Wrath? Lust? Envy? Gluttony?  You almost don't even have to open your eyes, just open up a browser and find the local news.

We've already come to accept the normalization of evil.  Politicians openly accept bribes by lobbyists, and when accused of some crime, they deny all responsibility for their actions.

Even everyday people have normalized their selfish, greedy, slothful, or outright evil acts.  "Yeah, well, I want to use plastic bottles!"  We even excuse our everyday actions that have been called into focus as wrong.  I have a vegan friend whom I've forbidden to post any more meat-is-cruelty-to-animals videos because seeing an abused animal slingshots me into a depressive episode... which burns her because I eat meat and, according to her, refuse to see the error of my ways!

Brutality and violence surround us, everywhere, such that it's more acceptable to show people getting shot and stabbed and blown up in movies than it is to see a loving couple take their clothes off together and get happy.  Not only that, but one of my long-term pet peeves with the science fiction industry is their penchant for end-of-the-world tropes and good-versus-evil, with an overwhelming number of evil people led by the Most Evil Man Ever (Or 'meme', haha!).  Thankfully, most of them end with the Good Guy conquering him, at least staving off the evil to a nebulous future.

So, what can we do about it?  How can we bring the normalization of good back into our focus?  How can we make a dent in the evil surrounding us, to label it as evil and promote what is good in its stead?

I believe we have to do it with literature, with books and film and stories, whether written or made into audios.  What we have to do is capture the popular imagination by modeling decent behavior, showing a character changing due to bad decisions and their subsequent consequences.  Or maybe the character grows away from evil (ignorance) as they're being influenced by a truly good person, and recognizes s/he, too, can move away from destructive behavior toward constructive behavior.

That has been my goal with the To Be Sinclair series all along.  My characters are real, everyday people dealing with real, perhaps extraordinary situations, but rarely a situation you can't actually imagine happening.  I've had a lot of people say things like, "You should get them made into movies -- they're so realistic!"

My current work-in-progress, Civility, is the thirteenth and final book of the series, and for the first time, I have intelligent 'aliens'.  Also for the first time, I have an older female protagonist, 57-year-old Princess Elizabeth Sinclair who, for all her brilliance, still manages to make a mess of her private life.  I have a second protagonist who has self esteem issues, swinging between pride and humiliation as much as she does balancing a private life with being a public figure.

These are all realistic battles that everyday people fight.  How do you choose the person to spend your life with?  How do you balance work, school, and leisure?  What happens when your best friends start dating your little sisters?  When do you put your foot down, and how severely should you mete out the punishment?  How do you deal with your first real and utterly devastating loss?

I believe we should emphasize these things in our literature, rather than the Chosen One who none of our readers will ever be, or the Grand Sacrificial Choice that our readers will (hopefully!) never need to make.  They need help and modeling to overcome everyday problems, such as how to turn away unwanted attention from the opposite sex without endangering themselves, or balancing two separate but equally important duties.  One step at a time, we should be giving them the tools to improve their lives, and hopefully reclaim our world from the Dark Forces of Evil, who are simply individuals just like us, who can also change.

Plot bunny:  How can an undeniably evil person change his/her ways, and can s/he redeem him/herself from the past?

*Alternate history:  Hitler surrenders and asks what reparations he can perform.  How do you respond?*

~  Namaste  ~

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Friday, February 2, 2018

Integrity is LIVE! Book 12 of the To Be Sinclair series

I've been a 'busy mama'!  These three novellas just wanted to be told, so although I published Fidelity last summer, I've published Integrity February 1st -- so, yes, an eight-month book baby!  It measures give-or-take 123,000 words and weighs in with such issues as how a stargate scientist expects to die, how stargate scientists and specialists have sworn with their lives to work for the Emperor, and how even the non-stargate members of the Imperial Family are encouraged to grow beyond their imaginations!

Three Imperial scions unexpectedly brandish their hidden brilliance for their cousin the Emperor, redefining the safety of their stargate scientists, the extent to which the Imperial Family owes obedience to the Emperor, and the influence the Imperials hold over the Royals.

Fearless: Prince Ricky has had few relationships due to his depression, but amazingly, he finds a lady who understands how to deal with it. Unfortunately, does his acceptance of death define his relationship with his mother, the director of the Stargate Institute?

Deliver Us from Evil: Prince Roman and Prince David are taken to task for their inability to commit to a lady. As stargate professionals, though, they must be extra careful in starting relationships. How does Roman help his cousin David come to an acceptance of his duties, and what happens when the Emperor provokes him beyond all reason? 

Evolve with Resolve: Princess Kayla Pierson-Sinclair longs for a lover, as well as a future beyond her currently dull but important position as the Emperor's social director. Just before the wedding of her long-time friend, Lady Elisha Wooldridge, Kayla meets Elisha's brother, Lord Graham, whose autism has been given as the excuse for him to be cut out of the Wooldridge succession. Kayla comes to the realization that Graham's been more misunderstood than anything, and just one highly romantic kiss from him is enough to make her long for him in her bed!

As they try to get together, Graham's family tries to keep them apart, worried that Kayla is just toying with him. And, as she grows to understand their family dynamic, Kayla gets just that much more determined to emancipate him from the Wooldridge family entirely. 

Graham's issues lie deeper than the perceptual problems of autism, however. Will Kayla ever discover the cause of Graham's PTSD? And will their families accept their desire to be together?

Note: This book contains sexual situations.


And, as usual, Integrity can be found at all major retailers:

Amazon   https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078SQFW5K/
Smashwords   https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/775808
iTunes   https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/integrity/id1331622293

Note: I've fiddled with the cover, so now the tagline evokes more of a particular sentiment in the actual book, rather than the themes that reflect the title.


~Namaste~

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Integrity (To Be Sinclair #12), Now Available for Pre-order!

Integrity, book 12 of the To Be Sinclair series, is now available for pre-order!  This book consists of three novellas that detail the safety of the Imperial Family's stargate scientists, the extent to which they owe obedience to their Emperor, and the influence the Imperials hold over the Royals.

Fearless: Prince Ricky has had few relationships due to his depression, but amazingly, he finds a lady who understands how to deal with it. Unfortunately, how does his acceptance of death define his relationship with his mother, the director of the Stargate Institute?

Deliver Us from Evil: Prince Roman and Prince David are taken to task for their inability to commit to a lady. As stargate professionals, though, they must be extra careful in starting relationships. How does Roman help his cousin David come to an acceptance of his duties, and what happens when the Emperor provokes him beyond all reason? 

Evolve with Resolve: Princess Kayla Pierson-Sinclair longs for a lover, as well as a future beyond her currently dull but important position as the Emperor's social director. Just before the wedding of her long-time friend, Lady Elisha Wooldridge, Kayla meets Elisha's brother, Lord Graham, whose autism has been given as the excuse for him to be cut out of the Wooldridge succession. Kayla comes to the realization that Graham's been more misunderstood than anything, and just one highly romantic kiss from him is enough to make her long for him in her bed!

As they try to get together, Graham's family tries to keep them apart, worried that Kayla is just toying with him. And, as she grows to understand their family dynamic, Kayla gets just that much more determined to emancipate him from the Wooldridge family entirely. 

Graham's issues lie deeper than the perceptual problems of autism, however. Will Kayla ever discover the cause of Graham's PTSD? And will their families accept their desire to be together?


As usual, please note that this book contains sexual situations.


Integrity is available for pre-order at Amazon and Smashwords, and will be available at most ebook sites once it's published.

Namaste.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

The Lady Bringing Stargate Science to the Galaxy

There is one major science in my To Be Sinclair series of science fiction romances, and it is developed by Felice Sinclair, Empress of the Sinclair Demesnes.  I introduce Lady Felicia Sorensen in the first book, Dignity, as a university student because the absolute basis of her research happens in that book.  But there's always a backstory that never gets written, so here's where she's coming from!
Felicia is so nerdy, her parents actually had her tested for Asperger's because they thought her preoccupation with all things science was unnatural for a lady.  Her mother tried to teach her embroidery and failed.  The most Felicia got out of it was to wonder why beauty was such a draw for people when practical is the only way to go!

As a result, Felicia's parents have her placed in Lady Brighton's Sorority for Royal Ladies, a huge mansion on the edge of campus.  Freshmen room with juniors, and sophomores with seniors, so the freshmen have opportunities to learn the 'social graces', namely, how to greet people in various situations, how to address them, how to stand, sit, and dress for formal occasions, and so forth.  Felicia kind of knows the basics, but her parents despair of her single-minded pursuit of data.  They also enroll her there for chaperonage and protection.

Lady Brighton nominates Felicia to be the Emperor's date because she knows Felicia will behave meticulously, being the smartest and best student in her sorority.  He falls madly in love with her because she's not a socialite.  So she's dating the Emperor when 'that thing happens' on her computer again.  Recognizing it as significant, she sets her old computer up on her desk to collect data on it, but she makes it look like the computer's not even on.  Why?  Because even though her freshman roommate is about as air-headed as a college student can get, Felicia realizes it could be a discovery of monumental proportions.

That odd little computer 'thing' saves the day, but it's in book two, Majesty, that Empress Felice Sinclair develops stargate science.  This book is only about five or ten percent romance, and a great deal of that is the murky stuff she works through with her husband the Emperor. 

It takes her a few months to get used to her duties and the press of her social schedule, but when she starts investigating that odd little computer glitch, she devotes all the time she possibly can to her laboratory.  Since she is a busy lady, that means it takes her a few years to get some results that really matter, and at that point, she tells her husband in that little whisper they do when they're in bed, because she's paranoid about anyone getting access to this knowledge -- even eavesdroppers!  Still, Majesty is where she presents stargates to the galaxy and charges huge sums of money for a polity to purchase one.

The general question that initiated the To Be Sinclair series was: What will the greatest ruling family in the history of the galaxy be like?  Yet there are dozens of lesser questions, and Majesty answers the question:  What if a lady scientist had so much support that money was no object and there were no political obstacles?  How does she do it?  You'll have to read Majesty to find out!

Dignity is at AmazoniBooksSmashwordsBarnes & NobleKobo, and other ebook retailers.

Majesty is at Amazon, iBooks,  Smashwords,  Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and other ebook retailers.

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Namaste


Friday, December 1, 2017

SFR Brigade Showcase: Excerpt from INTEGRITY




The Science Fiction Romance Brigade is a fabulous group of authors who work to promote this science fiction subgenre's potential as the best niche in the galaxy! The SFR Brigade Showcase consists of excerpts by up to 20 authors to give you an idea of our work.  Please visit the SFR Brigade Showcase for this month's excerpts.  And here is mine, from a work in progress....

...in which Princess Kayla Pierson-Sinclair finds herself attracted to the brilliant but (allegedly) autistic Lord Graham Wooldridge, a master pianist....

SFR Brigade Showcase:  Excerpt from Integrity, 
book 12 of the To Be Sinclair series by Eva Caye


When they got to the room, Kayla indicated the door to a Sentinel, who stopped them by holding up one hand; he then entered to scan Elisha’s suite.

Graham wondered, “Why did he have us wait out here?”

“Sentinels search the room before any Imperial enters.”

“But, why do you need them?”

Once Captain Hathaway allowed her in, she drew Graham with her by the hand.  “Well, the Emperor’s family is supremely important, and there are a lot of horrible people who would attack us or even kill us just for the notoriety.”

She tucked her and Aimee’s clothing and shoes into the large overnight bag she had brought over while finishing her explanation.  “That’s undoubtedly why you had a watchman go with you on your tour, so he could protect you from harm.”

Turning, she was stunned by Graham’s intent stare.  “People would kill you?”

“Or you.  You’re important, too, you know.”

His eyes grew wide with horror, as if he had never been told that in his life.  “Graham, when did your father decide to favor your younger brother as his heir?”

He struggled to find the words, face going blank.  “I was eighteen when it was explained to me.  I don’t know when he made the decision, though.”

Fourteen years of high insult, alongside perhaps twenty years of utmost dedication to his art form, drawing crowds of admirers and heaven only knew how much money.  With an inadequate understanding of social mores, he probably lived in a perpetual state of confusion. 

She murmured an odd quote that came to her. “No prophet is accepted in his own country.”

He blinked.  “I’ve never been called a prophet before.  But I don’t want a future without you in it.”

Kayla set down the bag as he approached her.  She put her hands on his chest as he put his arms around her, instinctively trying to keep her distance.  “Thank you.  That was the nicest compliment I’ve ever received.”

Graham murmured, “I want to marry you.”

Her eyes flew wide.  “We aren’t even dating, yet.”

“I don’t care.  You make me happy, and I love you.”  He immediately bent to kiss her.

She was about to protest, but that gentle kiss transported her to a land of light on a pillow of fluffy white clouds, nestled in the arms of a lover.  As he tilted his face to kiss her from the other side, Kayla realized she had never felt so cherished in her life.  His arms enveloped her like the wings of an angel, and the way he pulled her against his body made her feel truly protected.  It was as if now was the only time and here was the only place when he kissed her with such exquisite concentration.

What was this pure, childlike innocence he projected?  Was he really simple, despite his intelligence?  Or just… basic, with no room for dissimulation? She leaned back slightly, and he immediately broke off the kiss, so he wasn’t completely ignorant of physical cues.

Staring at the pure satisfaction on his face, she realized she didn’t know what to say, but whatever it was, it had to be the wholehearted truth for him.  “Thank you for making this such a pleasant day.”

“No, thank you.”  He certainly wasn’t ignorant of conversational niceties, either.  “When can I see you again?”

“Ah.  Where would you like to go on a date?”

“Go?”  Graham’s eyebrows drew together.  “Do we have to go out?”

Kayla chuckled.  “I guess not.  Would you like to come to the Imperial Palace for dinner sometime?  We have a piano in the library, and I’m sure my family would love to hear you play.”

He flashed her that lovely smile, even white teeth with lips as generous as her own.  “That would be great.”  She couldn’t tell if his eyes were hazel or a kind of greenish gray in this light, but they shone with a sweetness she’d never seen in a man before.

It was hardly 20:00, and it would be a shame if she were to go home so early when she could be partying.  “How does this sound?  I’m hungry again, and I’m sure your kitchens are providing all the hors d’oeuvres for the ball.  I’ll have someone take this bag to the Sentinel ground car, we can pick up something to eat and drink, and maybe take it somewhere quiet.”

“I know exactly where to take you.”  He tugged at her hand, picked up her bag, and exited the suite. 

[ ....  ]


When they finished eating, he led her around to point out the features he had told her about.  He regaled her with details about the library in their house in Wooldridge Duchy before settling with her on a wide tufted leather couch.  When they started necking, her Sentinel and his watchman faded into the woodwork.

His roving hand stopped on her thigh over the strap to her holster.  “What’s this?”

“The strap holding my weapon.”  Kayla observed him as he gaped.  “We Imperials tend to wear hidden weapons when we go out in public because we never know if all our defenses will collapse and we’ll have to depend on ourselves.”

“Do you know how to use it?”  His wide-eyed blink showed her he had fallen into a somber mood.

“Of course, but please don’t tell anyone.  It’s our secret, and otherwise I’d like to forget about it because I was having fun.”

Graham’s grin returned, and the spark in his eyes lit up Kayla’s heart.  “I was, too.”  He drew her onto his lap for a deeper kiss….

Dozing deep in each other’s arms, half-reclining on a number of side cushions, they woke up when his grandfather, Duke Donal Wooldridge, harrumphed.  “Your Highness, please excuse my forwardness, but the party’s winding down, and I daresay you’ll want to head home.”

Kayla lightly rubbed her eyes with the fingertips of one hand before sitting up.  “Thank you, Your Grace.”  She smiled at Graham as his grandfather snorted and turned on his heel for the door.




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