"Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
I did play with the science a little bit in my upcoming book, Bitter Harvest, pushing it almost to Arthur C Clarke's definition. The story is set about thirty years in the future, with the premise that if technology continues on its accelerated change and we can already do this and more with nanotechnology for astronauts...then as well as doing good, it could all go incredibly wrong. Which is where the fun starts...
I don't have spider-goats, but the later versions of the nano-forms in Bitter Harvest do make a physical change to the infected. Yes, I'm evil :)
And to pull back from the my love of strange science, there are hot men in this book. Two of them. Both changed and changing from the nano-forms in their blood. And I'm happy to say they find a little magic of their own.
Secure in his belief that he's invulnerable, Sutton can't understand or resist his intense attraction to his prisoner. Will Rider be his downfall--or his savior?
SYNTHETIC DREAMS out now.