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Jeremy R. Strong

Writer; scholar; reader; editor; blogger at; father of dragons; dares ulcers for love of coffee; reads the wind; knows the secret; carries the fire; believes that everything is a text.
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The sun is dying, depleted  by the energy demands of interstellar travel. Treb must compete with 40,000 other transhumans in the last crowdfunding contest to secure one of the final tickets. Get ready, they are about to reset the system.
Books Jeremy Recommends
All the hallmarks of the dark twisted worlds we love in Gaiman, Barker and Meiville. Compelling main character, brilliant images. Support this book!
Charlie just wants to work on cars in peace. Until a stranger arrives with news about her father’s death. He says she has a Gift, and she’s needed in a war that’s been hidden from the world for ages. Charlene has to find the truth-and make a choice.
Tabi Card's approach to her novel Project Human and her planned future series is really smart - she has begun to generate reader interest really early in the drafting process and has laid out her goals to ensure a successful campaign. Can't wait to read!
A rogue android prototype joins forces with a human girl in a brewing political war. First in a YA speculative fiction/dystopian duology set in the year 2120.
Mechcraft is original and action packed, and doesn't pause for extended periods of over-descriptive backstory, but rather subtly distributes these cues throughout the development of scenes, an attribute that promises a compelling story!
A teen singularity is hunted by relentless enemies for his shape-shifting nanotech ability. It’s The Matrix meets Harry Potter.
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