The Indie Authors Christmas Collection 2019

This is the first year of me doing this, so I hope everyone, readers and authors alike, will forgive me if it isn't as polished as it could be, and there are a few mistakes. I freely admit to not being perfect. To say thank you to everyone in the community of Indie Authors who... Continue Reading →

An interview with Dennis Meredith

Today I am pleased to introduce you all to Dennis Meredith, a writer of science fiction who has the credentials to back up his book, who has agreed to be interviewed by me, so let's dive right in. How long have you been writing? I first got the writing bug in high school, when I... Continue Reading →

Good robots, evil Russian thugs – The Neuropmorphs

The Neuromorphs The robots were good. The Russian thugs were evil. But then. . . It's 2050, and self-learning Helper androids have proven invaluable servants to humans, making their lives easier, even saving them.  But to their horror, retired SEAL Patrick Jensen and his wife Leah discover that rogue programmers and Russian mobsters are reprogramming... Continue Reading →

Detective Track, a likeable but sarcastic character – Missing Remants

Missing Remnants Detective Track is running out of time. A great cop with an attitude, he finds himself suspended. His career is on the brink of destruction.  Cut off from resources, Track is dragged into an investigation the Authority tried to close. Remnants, the survivors of the recent outbreak are now a drain on society.... Continue Reading →

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