M . A.
P H I P P S
M. A. PHIPPS is an American author who resides near the ocean in picturesque Cornwall with her husband, daughter, and their Jack Russell, Milo. A lover of the written word, it has always been her dream to become a published author, and it is her hope to expand into multiple genres of fiction. When she isn’t writing, you can find her counting down the days until the new season of Game of Thrones.
B O O K S
PROJECT W. A. R. PART ONE
Betrayed by Family. Tortured by the Enemy. Destined to Destroy the World.
Wynter Reeves lives by three rules: Don't stand out. Blend in. Remain invisible.
In a world where individuality is dangerous, being forgettable keeps her alive.
But all that changes when a terrifying vision of the future lands her in the hands of the very government she fears. Surrendered to the State's sinister research facility, Wynter becomes the subject of the psychotic Dr. Richter, who is determined to make sense of her condition.
No matter the cost.
After months of horrifying experimentation, a small glimpse of her growing power leads to an opportunity to escape her captors. But freedom isn't what she expected, and as her visions worsen, she must make a choice. One that will determine not only her future...
But the fate of the world.
PROJECT W. A. R. PART TWO
Feared by many. Frightened of few.
Torn between humanity and the monster she's become.
When Wynter surrendered to the DSD two years ago, she thought she was protecting
her friends. Lured by the promise of a cure, she hoped she might finally be rid of her devastating disease, or at least, be on the path to controlling it.
But Dr. Richter was never interested in curing her.
With a collar around her neck tethering her to her captors, Wynter is compelled to do
the State's bidding. Transformed into a weapon, she kills without feeling,
remembering nothing of the people she gave herself up to protect.
Her only thought is to obey. No matter what.
As Wynter pieces together her past, the decisions before her become harder to make.
The enemy is no longer obvious, and with the threat of war looming,
she must again make a choice.
Can she escape her role in the impending destruction?
Or is she doomed to remain a monster forever?
PROJECT W. A. R. PART THREE