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Author of Sister of the Circuit, Shadow of the Owl, and a recipe for a pretty decent mushroom frittata.
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Sister of the Circuit
An aspiring techno-nun searches for a way to get back in with the church that exiled her by scavenging antiquities in dystopic future Orange County.
A young warrior and his sanguine new bride are sent to kill the dragon that has been terrorizing their village for generations.
Isidore RAM returns to join forces with a sentient AI in order to battle a techno-plague ravaging dystopic California.
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I Am Waltz
With the help of a fugitive AI robot, a teenager framed by the most powerful organization on Earth, sets out to clear his name and expose a dark and terrible truth to the world.
This book explores an MMO from 4 different points of view and I can't wait to read more!
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AI has progressed past the point of human intelligence. Four people discover that the difference between a game and reality.
Dude this premise is amazing. Please fund this book so I can read it!
It’s 7:48 in the morning, I haven’t even had my coffee yet, and I’m watching as they’re hauling my body out of the river. I’m an Upload, a clone. They’ve mapped my genes, replicated my DNA, made a copy, and now I need to solve my own murder.
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I grew up in a family of Native Americans that shared stories from one generation to the next. You c...
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