Cloning (and Computers and Chemistry)

Diana Beebe's Blog, Mermaids Don't Do Windows, Diana Beebe, science fiction, middle grade fantasy, fantasyMost people who know me have heard my half-hearted joke that I need a clone. Yeah, I talk about cloning a lot.

It was the story about glowing cloned cats that has inspired me to start writing a Young Adult Science Fiction novel about clones and computers and chemistry (bonus words for C!). GLOW is the working title–at least until the real title reveals itself to me. Maybe under a black light…

I dare not say anymore, because this one is still a baby, but I promise I won’t be using Chemical X and Everything Nice like the Professor used to create the Power Puff Girls.

Diana Beebe's Blog, Mermaids Don't Do Windows, Diana Beebe, science fiction, middle grade fantasy, fantasyI often joke that I’d love to have a clone or two to help me out with my insanely busy schedule, but I’ve seen Multiplicity. I know what happens when my clones get progressively and exponentially less intelligent.

And Spider-Man’s clones? Sheesh! They all pretty much ended in a puddle of goo. Not very helpful at all. 🙂

Have you ever wanted to clone yourself so you could be more productive? Would you ever consider clone a beloved pet?

10 comments on… “Cloning (and Computers and Chemistry)”


  1. Dawson


    What if you cloned yourself and the clones ended up being smarter. What then?


    • Diana Beebe


      Yes! Time to take over the world! I’ll go to Maui. 🙂

  2. Oh no. The clones aren’t allowed to be smarted. Nope. *shakes head* Send them to the cornfield! But having some extra hands around the house sure would be nice. :-/


    • Diana Beebe


      Worker bees, minions, errand runners–that’s what’s needed. Definitely!

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