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A.B. Gayle
 


Unlike many authors, A.B. hasn't been writing stories all her life. Instead she's been living life.

Her travels have taken her from the fjords of Norway to the southern tip of New Zealand. In between, she's worked in so many different towns she's lost count. She's shoveled shit in cow yards, mustered sheep, been polite to customers, and traded insults with politicians.

Now living in Sydney, Australia, A.B. finally has enough time to allow her real-life experiences to morph with her fertile imagination and create fiction that she hope her readers will enjoy.

"People fascinate me," she admits. "I enjoy writing about their relationships and the love they can find in the strangest of circumstances and places, whether they're the same sex or the more traditional pairing. I like to explore the "what if" aspect. What if there was a big differences in their ages as in "Mardi Gras" or came from different cultures as in "Caught". What if the world around them changed and they were no longer on earth as in "Isolation", or what if they were paired with a non-human like Cedric the cyborg in "Reversal" and "Initiation".

A.B. tries to weave a lighter strand through her writing. No matter how serious the subject, her heroes and heroines discover that having a sense of humor can make even the worst situations bearable.

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Reviews (5)

The characters felt real and the plot was original. I learned about the technology and world in a way that was entertaining. I did not feel I was being lectured to. I did not want to stop readin...

an interesting premise...I enjoyed the technology and thought the world building was interesting...I could definitely see this as a pilot for a cracking sci-fi TV series.

an interesting premise...I enjoyed the technology and thought the world building was interesting...I could definitely see this as a pilot for a cracking sci-fi TV series.

I couldn't put this down once I picked it up. It was easy for me to get sucked into Dana's point of view...The story here is really about how the crew bands together to solve the myste...

I couldn't put this down once I picked it up. It was easy for me to get sucked into Dana's point of view...The story here is really about how the crew bands together to solve the myste...

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