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Matthew Isaac Sobin

Reader, Writer, fiction and poetry
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Forever a human commonality, a new technology allows humans to forego sleep. Those who refuse it are ostracized.
Giles is beset by an “itch” that the world is unsafe. When San Francisco is destroyed validating his fears, Giles, his wife, and his grandmother begin a journey of survival. To secure their future they’ll need to level with their pasts.
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Books Matthew Recommends
I'm excited to support Cari Dubiel's "How to Remember" with the December pick of the SciFi Syndicate. This is a great new Inkshares project in the middle of its funding campaign. Check it out today!
2017: A woman tries to find out what happened to her during the year she lost her memory. 2016: A man tries to find out who killed his mother. They fell in love once, but she doesn’t remember it.
Donna Fung has created something very special. The SciFi syndicate is compelled to support this important book. Where the Sun Set shares a common trait with great SciFi: As readers, we begin to wonder what may become possible.
In his quest for redemption, a heartbroken man embarks on a harrowing journey across a time-stopped world to fulfill his dying wife’s only wish.
Cape’s Side Bay is the August pick by the GREAT SCIFI syndicate! James Rasile has created a wonderful blend of SciFi, horror, and suspense. 100 pre-orders to go! This book is awesome - We highly recommend you grab your copy today and support James!
For years something has been lurking in Cape’s Side Bay. When the truth is revealed questions of mankind’s existence begin to be raised, and their worst fears are about to be realized.
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