Sensored Souls: The Secret Life of a Mind-Hacking Neuroscientist

A dazzling intersection of mind, body, soul and the senses. When her father goes missing, Persephone Jones’ search for him brings her to a hidden art gallery in Shanghai. As she races to find answers to her questions, a room concealing a collection of glowing glass sculptures grips her.

Not knowing who, or what, to trust, Persephone becomes part of a gruesome plot that draws the young neuroscientist into a sinister and suspenseful situation. With time running out, mounting moral dilemmas, and her life in peril, can she triumph over darkness to accept where the future of medical technology leads?

Set in a near-future urban underworld, fantastic technology and futuristic Buddhism dance with characters caught in unpredictable events. This imaginative and eerie speculative vision is based in enough reality to haunt you.

This innovative cross-genre novel (metaphysical speculative sci-fi) offers a treasure trove for those who love insightful dialogue, accessible philosophical inquiry, plot surprises and a strong female lead.

The interplay of art and science, neuroaesthetics and ethics explores how far one may go in a desperate search for the elusive human soul. Layered with intriguing ideas and clear writing exploring the use and abuse of medical discoveries, “Sensored Souls” will make a fantastic movie or a mini-series.

Meet Jen L Hanson

Jennifer is a Pacific Northwest author, photographer and beekeeper who loves teaching yoga and meditation, and inspiring others to find their creative flow. Former lives include being President of the Portland Art Museum’s Docent Council, where she led art and photography tours; working in high-tech public relations in San Francisco in the mid-90s; editing custom-published financial magazines in Manhattan through the early 2000s; and teaching English and yoga with the Peace Corps in East Java, Indonesia.

She holds a M.S. from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and a B.A. in Mass Communications from the University of California, Berkeley.

Jennifer lives with her husband, Eric, whose ideas inspired her debut novel, “Sensored Souls.” Look for her future books combining photography, meditations and poetry.


An army of bionic humans made up as a last ditch solution to establish peace will turn against humanity.
In the 22nd century, mankind enters into a new world war to produce the first generation of Tentorians. Cyborgs with functioning bodies and human intelligence, they are the first genuine success in the artificial improvement. In time, the Tentorians come officially to be a nation, showing more and more their true nature: blood and power-thirsty, human-bodied machines. Thus, in the 25th century, the great powers made up their minds to hunt them down all over the world and have them isolated inside a region called TENTORIA.

A Tentorian nation that will bear consequences on the past.
The action moves back in time 500 years, to the year 2024 and to a planet Earth consisting but of a piece of land surrounded by one single large ocean, and a population of 12 million people ruled by a secret organization. Cole is a 27-year-old young man leading a happy life in this peculiar world. As the story unfolds, he realizes the reality of his existence at break-neck speed on the edge of survival.
“Are you ready to forget the future?”

From the readers:
“The kind of book hooking you and not letting you go until finding the truth, who lies, who dies, who loves, and in particular what was really going on there!”

“A narration on future…or past, on mankind’s addiction to an increasingly sophisticated technology or to a straightforward achieved happiness.”

“It set my mind in ‘motion’ and shaped an utterly unexpected vision over what our not too far future might look like.”

The futuristic novel “TENTORIA” raises questions on mankind’s hope of living into a concrete, non-virtual world away from the technological drug seeping deeper and deeper inside our body.

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The First President Of Earth: One Earth, One People, One Goal

It is the year 2123 and the USA and her Allies are celebrating the end of World War Three.
They won with the aid of the new Star Wars System, and now Bill Buchanan the President of the USA, will make a world changing speech to the United Nations. He will declare himself the First President of the Earth, and reveal his plan for the future.
Along with his Vice President and some of the richest people on Earth, he intends to reverse climate change, and save the ailing planet.The plan involves drastic action. The younger generation however, quickly accept the situation, and there is a huge movement to make the plan work.
Sovereign countries will cease to exist and the 12.5 billion people on earth, are to be relocated to the desert regions, and fertile land will be reclaimed to plant trillions of trees.

Wall of Fire


Across the Wall of Fire lies salvation, if it doesn’t destroy her first—

Sheltered inside an electromagnetic dome city, Emery believes she’s safe from the worst dangers the world has to offer. But when her beloved brother falls victim to a strange and deadly disease, she risks everything to save him, illegally crossing the Wall of Fire that divides their city in search of the medicine that will save his life.

Soon she meets Eason, a boy she’s secretly loved forever and never dreamed she’d see again. Suddenly, everything she thought she knew is thrown into question, and trusting the wrong person could mean the difference between life and death—not only for her brother, but for everyone Emery has ever known.

Could the one thing that was meant to protect her actually be her biggest threat?

If you like Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games, Veronica Roth’s Divergent, Lauren Oliver’s Delirium, or Kierra Cass’s The Selection you’ll love Wall of Fire.

Wall of Fire is the first book in the young adult, post-apocalyptic, dystopian Wall of Fire Series.

Obsidian Detective


Two Rebels whose Worlds Collide on a Planetary Level.

On the fringes of human space, a murder will light a fuse and send two different people colliding together.

She lives on Earth, where peace among the population is a given. He is on the fringe of society where authority is how much firepower you wield.

She is from the powerful, the elite. He is with the military. 

Both want the truth – but is revealing the truth good for society?

Two years ago, a small moon in a far off system was set to be the location of the first intergalactic war between humans and an alien race.

It never happened. However, something was found many are willing to kill to keep a secret.

Now, they have killed the wrong people.

How many will need to die to keep the truth hidden?

As many as is needed.

He will have vengeance no matter the cost. She will dig for the truth. No matter how risky the truth is to reveal.

Go up and click Buy Now and prepare for the mystery that determined humanities future.

“An incredibly good fictionalized accounting of humanities future, and what Lin and Blackwell uncovered that shook the foundations of both the powerful and the elite.” – UFE Interstellar News.