About Th Clone Initiative:
“A fast-paced Sci-Fi thriller of adventure, mystery and romance in a post-apocalyptic dystopian society.”
Are Clones Human or Property? Do you believe there are disposable people?
Is a clone the property of the creator, or are they simply artificially created humans? Tally is one of three identical triplets. Are she and her sisters artificial beings? Clones created in a lab but raised as human girls? She had always been told they are human, but are they? She needs to know Now, because the battle over the humanity of artificially created people is heating up. Tally and her sisters are caught in the middle of the battle; a clone manufacturing company is attempting to claim Tally and her sisters as their property.
Escaped Clones are attacking isolated farms and houses and the state legislature is considering a law to make everyone submit to a DNA scan to screen for Cloning markers.
When she rescues cloned babies after a massacre at a Clone farm by wild clones, she must decide for herself what she believes about what makes a person human.
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Gail Daley is a self-taught writer and artist with a background in business. An omnivorous reader, she was inspired by her son, also a writer, to finish some of the incomplete novels she had begun over the years. She is heavily involved in local art groups and fills her time reading, writing, painting in acrylics, and spending time with her husband of 46 plus years.
A writer of Fantasy and Science Fiction stories, Gail has received high praise for her beautifully interlaced, imaginative worlds. She populates her universes with vital and interesting characters, skillfully intertwining their mundane lives with world changing events.
She is a self-taught artist, and writer of Science Fiction / Fantasy, with a background in business. An omnivorous reader, she was inspired by her son, also a writer, to finish some of the incomplete novels she had begun over the years. She is heavily involved in local art groups and fills her time reading, writing, painting in acrylics, and spending time with her husband of 40 plus years.
Currently her family is owned by two cats, a mischievous young cat called Mab (after the fairy queen of air and darkness) and a mellow Gray Princess named Moonstone. In the past, the family shared their home with many dogs, cats, and a Guinea Pig, all of whom have passed over the rainbow bridge.
A recent bout with breast cancer and major stomach surgery has slowed her down a little, but she continues to write and paint.