About

Click here for S. Amaranthine author interview posted 4/27/16 on SeriousReading.com

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A major source of my life’s frustration was being ‘stuck’ in a physical body; limited by physiology to exist, for the most part, in a single thin plane, glued by gravity to planet Earth. One of the greatest sources of joy (right behind the love of my family and dog, good wine and food) has been shedding that grief through the creation of this trilogy. There is only so much one can do as a human. In its pages, I have time traveled, surrounded by fascinating multiverse characters, zipped safely and playfully from star to star, freed a captive orca and saved many beloved species from extinction! Building the logic of the processes has been every bit as exhilarating as the imagining! Cetacean sci-fi writing has been my mental anti-glue!
S. Amaranthine

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As a university undergraduate S. Amaranthine had the privilege of befriending two cetaceans. The debut trilogy is born from those memories, a tribute to them with loving respect and admiration for their families.

S. Amaranthine holds a bachelors degree in Psychology and a Masters degree in Health Education.

The Vencello, first of a trilogy, is S. Amaranthine’s debut sci-fi fantasy novel.
Cetapiens, the second in the trilogy, was published early March, 2016. The third title, Orcasekai is in process and will hopefully be published mid 2016.

Other S. Amaranthine author web pages:
Amazon
GoodReads

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2 thoughts on “About

  1. Mark Morenz-Harbinger

    Hi Sue,

    I saw where you left that writer’s meetup– haven’t yet decided about whether or not I will stay with them. I am less likely to stay now that you have left…your comments in the discussion were the most interesting, to me.

    Keep in touch.

    Be well,
    :-{D]
    -Mark

    1. S. Amaranthine Post author

      Hi Mark:
      Thank you for the kind words! It’s a great group. My writing is really in full swing, book two almost done, and so it wasn’t the right group for the stage I’m in. I’m happy to keep sci-fiction writing discussion going and your comments on the genre were also of interested to me. If you get a chance to give feedback on what I have posted on the website, (synopsis, playlists, related science) so far it would be greatly appreciated! Also, please share your own writing progress. Please keep in touch as well!
      Sue

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