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I didn't care for the fact that the genetic manipulation to save the human race, limited my options of a loving relationship.
You see, I am in love with someone fe/male like me, but there was no chance that such a relationship was possible. Or was there? More

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About Linzé Brandon

Teaching herself to read before she went to school was the start of her life-long love affair with books.
Trained as an engineer, Linzé has worked as a specialist engineer in two fields of engineering. Thereafter, she was self-employed, working as a consultant to commercial companies exporting their products to other countries.
When the economy forced her back into full-time employment, she worked as a systems engineer and senior project manager at a company that designs and manufactures products for the military industry.
In January 2019, she left her full-time job to enjoy the challenges of self-employment once more. Now she spends her days doing competence training, career development and retirement coaching, and engineering consulting work.
Although she still loves to read, she also enjoys counted stitch embroidery, t’ai chi, archery, fly fishing, drawing, painting with pastels, her husband's medal-winning photographs, and watching Manchester United play.
She is one of the moderators of two Facebook writers' groups, and leads the Pretoria Writers' Group, who boasts several published authors in various genres.

Linzé Brandon lives in Pretoria, South Africa, with her engineer husband and German Shepherds who are convinced that the world revolves only around them.

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Shari Broyer reviewed on on Aug. 17, 2012

I am aware that this story was written in only six days. Keeping that in mind, I will say that it has promise, but it needs more work. There were "holes" in it for me such as: Cri-why h/she is so despondent is not adequately explained (I had to "guess" that it is because h/she can no longer transform). And the "usual tirade" h/she would seemingly launch into isn't explained, either. Also, the whole DNA manipulation thing doesn't sit right. Why make hermaphroditic, "perfect" people and then require them to transform in order to procreate? Finally, there were too many distracting errors in verb tense and in language usage for me to fully enjoy. I loved the sexual imagery though; it was very steamy. If the original premise (the fe/male thing) was further explored and more satisfyingly explained, this story could be developed into something quite extraordinary.
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