Looking for something fun to balance out the news cycle noise? I’ve got the solution right here. I’m thrilled to announce publication of Paparazzi Therapist, a scifi short story for your May reading list. Woo!
This short-but-sweet tale is about clones, celebrities we love to hate, and the fame/entertainment complex. If you think Hollywood is bad now, imagine what they could do with access to clone and CRISPR technology! Here’s the premise:
Ever heard Hollywood say “if one pop star falls, another takes its place?” Well now they can do it for real, and it means the current teen idol better play nice.
I started writing after reading that two gene-edited babies announced in November really exist—and the scientist who created them did so for his own “fame and fortune,” according to Chinese state media. How long until Hollywood starts producing their fresh-faced pop stars, assembly-line style?
If this sounds like fun, click one of the buttons to get Paparazzi Therapist at your favorite bookstore:
Thanks in advance for your support. Paparazzi Therapist is just another scifi short story I’ve written. I’m getting back to writing because I’ve got many more stories to tell, but you can read my other short stories published here!