{Young Adult Fantasy/Science Fiction}

The Experiment, a new novel from the imaginations of Cindy C Bennett, Sherry Gammon, and Jeffery Moore!

Time is running out for the Collaborative’s oppressive rule of the remote world Senca One. The government attempts to suppress the escalating riots, even while seeking to further their experiments. When their parents are taken, triplets Juliet, Cilla, and Emiah Tripp set out to locate them, and soon discover they are at the center of a hunt to capture them.

Evading the Collaborative across Senca One’s harsh terrain, they’re confronted with the trials of survival. They also discover something that changes the very core of their reality: they’re morphs. Struggling to adapt to the strange new ability, they question what they really are . . . and why. Are the rumors of experiments done on children true? Did their scientist parents have anything to do with it?


Their quest brings them to the capitol city of Brighton, which is on the verge of revolt. While searching for information about their parents, the Tripps align themselves with the very people fueling the rebellion. They unwittingly spark the revolution they want no part of and discover something more dangerous than they suspected.

Read an excerpt here.

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About the Authors

Jeffery Moore

Moore was born in Germany. As a military brat, much of his childhood was spent abroad, growing up in Germany on military installations. He subsequently enlisted in the military and served for ten years as an army pilot. While in the military, he lived in Italy and South Korea and deployed to many European countries. He has traveled to Australia, Japan, Singapore and most European countries. His experiences and contact with many different cultures helps form some of the elements in his stories. He currently works for a global IT company and lives in Massachusetts.

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Sherry Gammon

Unlovable was Gammon’s debut novel and quickly rose to
many top seller lists on Amazon. She is pleased to announce that Unlovable is
currently being made into a movie. She has added two more novels to her body of
Not so Easy, book one of the Souls in Peril series, is the poignant story
of Max Sanchez who is on a journey to help the struggling JD Miller survive
high school, and
Pete & Tink, a fun, light-hearted novella of a
manga-loving geek and a five-and-a-half inch fairy. Gammon and her husband, along
with their children and a couple of crazy dogs, call Upstate New York home. It
is where she spends her nights writing instead of sleeping.

Find more about Sherry and her work at


Cindy C Bennett

Bennett is the YA author of several books, including Geek GirlRapunzel Untangled, Enchanted Fairytales, and Heart on a Chain. She lives
in Utah and has six kids (two of which are daughters in-law). She loves gooey
cookies, dark chocolate, and cheese popcorn. She hates housework and cooking,
and has no plans to become a domestic goddess. She occasionally co-hosts a geek
podcast with her son, called Geek Revolution Radio. Her favorite pastime is
riding her Harley.

Find more about Cindy and her work at


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  1. Thanks for stopping by….and thank you to our amazing authors for this chance to be a part of this interesting story.

  2. Collaborating would have been exciting in itself I think. THE EXPERIMENT doers sound very interesting,.

  3. I came across this title the other day and made a note to find out more. I am glad I stopped by today and saw this post. I am very intrigued with this storyline and really want to know more about "morphs" and where this story takes the siblings. Thank you for sharing with us.

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