Enhanced by Robert P. Beus and S.T. Ranscht

Exciting times ahead.

We are re-submitting our YA scifi novel, ENHANCED, to an agent at her request. It’s been a long road from her insightful critique to the refined story we offer now, and we couldn’t be more proud. We hope you’ll wish us luck and send positive thoughts our way.

When I first published this post, my blog was 5 days old and had about 10 readers. I’m sharing it again with all the people I have come to know and care about here. If you’re curious about the actual story of ENHANCED, you can read the first 3 chapters at the Inkshares link. If you’d like to support us, please feel free to share this post with everyone you know! Thanks and enjoy!

Space, Time, and Raspberries

Some might call this shameless self-promotion, but until we sign an agent, who else is there to do this dirty job? Tomorrow, it’s back to the fun stuff! I promise.

Why was I going to apologize? Robb and I wrote Enhanced so we could work together to create a story we could share with people like us — people like you. We’re proud of what we’ve written. We believe it’ll stick with readers like good books do, and we dare to hope it can be a beacon for kids — and adults — who feel like they’re outside the mainstream.

So without apology, I want to tell you about it. But not about our “writing process” — in the name of all that’s holy, not the “writing process”! (…unless you ask…)

Since the beginning of language, there have been storytellers.

“Hey, do you mind if I tell you a story? One you might…

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Author: Sue Ranscht

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26 thoughts on “Enhanced by Robert P. Beus and S.T. Ranscht”

  1. Wow this is great! Congratulations!! ❤ I'm looking at writing a book consisting of my forgiving blogs, and this is inspiring. (Plus I love the font of your blog .. it's so elegant & filled with beauty).
    Many blessings, and lovely to meet you,


    1. It’s nice to meet you, too, Debbie. Thank you for visiting, reading, and your kind words. We are excited about the future, and I’m grateful that you’ve found our news inspiring. Best of luck with your forgiving project and its publication! I’m not an expert, but I’ve picked up a few tips along the way — I’d be happy to share what I’ve learned if you have any questions about getting a manuscript ready to query. 🙂


    1. Thank you, dear friend. We’re hoping the journey will be swift and joyful, but we’re creating personal rejection celebrations for those other possibilities. 😉

      With that major project out of my hands for 90 days, I finally feel there’s time again to attend to everyone else’s writing, lol. I’m back. ❤

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