Wednesday, September 23, 2015

The Omar Bell Universe

I'm pretty sure that most of you who used to frequent this blog have migrated over to THE FEMINIZATION STATION.  For those of you haven't, however, I just thought I'd let you know that The Omar Bell Universe is making a bit of a comeback.  No, I'm not going to start this blog back up; it's run its course.  However, I have decided to start publishing The Omar Bell Universe on Amazon - including rewritten versions of the old stories as well as some new ones.

The first in the series is titled, The Bully.  Its synopsis is as follows:

George spent the majority of his formative years being tormented and bullied. After his bully follows him to college, he retreats into his studies, and becomes a rich, world-renowned scientist. Soon, he turns to revenge as a means of providing fulfillment, and develops a biochemical compound which serves as a means of vengeance by transforming his former bully, body and mind. Follow Leo, the bully, as he undergoes that transformation. 

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The second in the series is titled, A Warning.  Its synopsis is as follows:

After years of making his living by robbing drug dealers, Maurice finally crosses the line from nuisance to problem when he repeatedly targets a powerful drug lord's business. When he's inevitably captured, the drug lord, Jamal, seeks out Dr. Omar Bell to help him develop a way to transform Maurice into a walking, talking warning to anyone who might have similar aspirations.

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The third in the series is titled Nepotism (available 9/14/2015).  Its synopsis is as follows:

Despite his years of loyal service and competence, when the CEO's nephew, Tony, screws up, Mike becomes the scapegoat. Without his career to drive him, he sinks into a deep depression until he latches onto one simple concept: revenge. When a friend from college shows up, the plan takes a wild turn, resulting in a plot to take away Tony's pride and joy - his son, Phillip. 

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And finally, the fourth in the series is titled The Island of Dr. Bell.  It's a completely new story (the others had versions published on Fictionmania for a while), and I think it ties the first part of the story together quite nicely.

Its synopsis is as follows:

Given the opportunity of a lifetime, newly graduated engineer Riley Diaz takes a job working for a renowned, Nobel Prize-winning scientist.    Before he knows it, he's whisked off to a private island paradise where he's put to work developing a piece of life-changing technology.  

But as the the island's population begins to experience peculiar changes, Riley starts to suspect that the island isn't what it appears to be.  As he tries to cope with his own changing body, Riley must attempt to discover the truth of the island and its owner, Dr. Omar Bell.  

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