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Solar Lullaby


Kindle short story

Kindle short story

Short story by T.W. Fendley

Dr. Flare Haich offers the only hope for diverting a solar flare that will dwarf the 2012 Mayan Event, which killed her parents and a half-billion others. She must overcome the betrayal of one she trusted and launch Empress III to keep the Sun’s fiery message from scorching the Earth as One Imix—the time of new beginnings—arrives.

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First published in Dreamspell Sci Fi Vol 1 ebook anthology, 2010 

Solar Lullaby trailer





Perfect Title 

The idea of sentient communication through solar flares is an incredible idea, one I’ve not run into before in SF. And, the way Fendley once again deftly worked in her love of Meso-American cultures cements her unique mythos within the Science Fiction community. Great concept, engaging characterization!--Heidi Miller (Five Stars)

~~Red Alert~~

Dr. Flare Haich works in an underground lab dubbed the Triple S for its unique design. It has been years since the Mayan Event destroyed a half billion people. She works on a project called the Empress which deals with electro magnetic pulse radiation. It is also worth mentioning that her parents were both dedicated researchers in this area, as well. In her father’s journal, he describes with great detail his findings concerning a sentient being….

“Red Alert” notifies the ones in the lab that a huge EMP is on its way! Sometimes it is extremely difficult to convince the higher-ups that an event will occur. Bureaucracy at its finest!

Love the ending of this one. Absolutely incredible. I also love a story that conveys so much meaning with few words.

Most highly recommended.--A Navy Vet, VT (Five Stars)


great listen

I thought the story was very good and interesting. can’t wait for another part. narration was excellent and would definitely recommend–Yaquelin, Miami, FL

I want more!

The story wasn’t what I expected. It was better, original. I hope the author writes more because I want to know who/what this/these solar being/s are! This was such a tease. It ended way to fast but it was a short story and could of easily became a novel.

Well written, and the protagonist was easy to connect with.

The narration started a little mono-toned but quickly came to life. It was as if the narrator herself moved and became alive as the story did. At the very start I thought I wasnt going to like the narration but I quickly found my opinion change as the narrator improved.
Only bummer, I wish I could go get part 2, the complete story that lets us learn all about the sun being/s. Oh and what is it they are saying and why? 
Over all, a fun short listen!!!–Amazon Customer, Broadhead, WI


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