Thursday, 15 September 2011

Guest post: Every Savage Can Reproduce by Enid Wilson + Giveaway

Pride and Prejudice (Restored Edition)If you didn't know it until now I'll tell you a not so secret fact about myself: I am a huge Pride and Prejudice fan. Love the original novel, love the movie/TV adaptations and gorged on for years on tons of Jane Austen and P&P fanfic. I only have to heard the magic words ("P&P retelling" or "P&P inspired") and my curiosity is piqued! It was the same when I heard that Enid Wilson had a very untraditional and highly new P&P retelling in mind: a P&P sci-fi story! So of course I got curious and I'm glad to have Enid here today to tell us more about her new release Every Savage Can Reproduce (all die hard P&P fans recognize the reference to Mr. Darcy's famous line ;-p) and even give us an exclusive excerpt.

Please give a warm welcome to Enid Wilson and read on, because a sweet giveaway is waiting for you at the end!

Thank you Stella for hosting me today.

Every Savage Can ReproduceI know that Stella loves languages and can speak several of them fluently. I admire her greatly. I enjoy learning languages too but I’m rather lazy. What if our brain worked like a computer’s hard drive? I just need to copy the language files into my brain and voila, I can speak Dutch, Korean etc fluently. My crazy imagination led me to my new novel, Every Savage Can Reproduce, a Pride and Prejudice-inspired science fiction.

Here is a mad scene where I messed up one of the characters:

“Logan is my nephew.” Georgiana Darcy couldn’t suppress her smile. She had wanted to slap this annoying Miss Bingley many times, in the past, when Caroline was fawning all over her brother. Now Georgie wished she could give Logan a pat on the head. Instead, after seeing Elizabeth’s exasperated expression, she turned away. When her gaze focused on the monitor, she exclaimed, “Get away from the console, Caroline!”

“What?” Caroline jumped away as she was told.

“Oh no!” Georgiana cradled her head in her hands. “You’ve messed up my formula, and now we’ve pumped too much female hormone into Wickham.”

Everyone turned their gaze to Wickham lying on the bed, who was literally growing in certain areas, bursting the medical gown he was wearing. Wickham now had larger breasts, a more voluptuous figure, and longer hair. Her body moved. She blinked her long lashes, opened her eyes and peered up at the three women standing near her bedside.

“Oh! Where have all the men gone?” She spoke in a soft voice, and smoothed her hands over her body. “I want a man.”

The three women standing there stared, open-mouthed. Elizabeth was the first to react, since she certainly didn’t want her unborn son, Logan, to hear or see any more. Could Logan see things yet? She shook her head, pulled a body suit from the cabinet, and threw it over Wickham’s body.

“Cover yourself,” she ordered sharply, and headed for the door. “Georgie, I will go and wait outside now. Call Darcy and General Richard Fitzwilliam, and ask them what to do.”

Georgiana tried to help Wickham into the body suit, but the newly transformed female was too womanly for the suit Elizabeth had grabbed. Georgiana found a blanket and covered Wickham up, then called her brother and cousin again.

“Who is she?” Caroline asked, her eyes still wide as she took in the sight of Wickham’s amazing figure under the blanket.

“I have a problem here,” Georgiana said briskly to the image on her computer monitor.

“Your brother isn’t here. What’s it?” Richard asked, raising his head from his work.
“Oh, what a handsome man!” Wickham exclaimed. Throwing off the blanket, she stood up and swayed in front of the console. “My dear, you look very strong. Come to me now. I want you desperately.”

Richard looked at her naked form with wide eyes and then asked Georgiana, “Is that Wickham?”

Georgiana nodded while Caroline stuttered, “Prince Wickham?”

“What did you do to him?” Richard asked, his eyes trying to look somewhere other than at Wickham.

“It’s her,” Georgiana said with a sigh. “Caroline touched the wrong buttons and altered up the hormone calculation. Now he has too much female hormone.”

Poor Wickham, I messed up his brain later on too, in the story. And Logan, Darcy and Elizabeth’s unborn son, could talk due to some radioactive dates they had consumed.

I hope you like this wild story. I’m delighted to give out a pdf copy of Every Savage Can Reproduce and some souvenir from Down Under to a lucky reader of Ex Libris blog. Just comment below and contest will end on September 23rd. It’s open to worldwide readers.

In the futuristic society on Planet Earth, Elizabeth Bennet is accused of luring Fitzwilliam Darcy to an illegal establishment, which leads to their exile deep in the centre of a rebel planet. The subsequent galactic war exposes dark secrets regarding the autocratic Queen Immortal. Will Elizabeth and Darcy discover their love for one another and find their way back to Earth?

Set in the 39th Century, this novel is a tale of Pride and Prejudice-inspired science fiction, where Jane Austen’s characters take on new lives but still face the barrier of class distinction and seek to overcome their faults, as in the original classic.

Warning: This title contains mind control, torpedo and explicit sex scenes.

The book contains explicit adult content. It’s not for the faint-hearted Jane Austen purists.

For more information about the book, please visit


As said above, Enid offered one ebook copy of her latest release of Every Savage Can Reproduce a Pride and Prejudice inspired Science Fiction story and some surprise souvenir to a lucky commenter!

Every Savage Can Reproduce

All you have to do is:

1) leave a question/comment for Enid, or tell us: do you like Pride and Prejudice? Have you read any modern retellings of classic novels? Did you enjoy them?
2) leave me a way to contact you (e-mail address, Twitter handle, etc.)

Giveaway is open worldwide and ends on 23 September 2011!

Good luck!

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