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After years spent renting his brain out for processing power and receiving little compensation, a young college dropout lands his dream job, hunting for scammers and terrorists bent on tearing down society, in a world run almost entirely by computers that are even worse at their jobs than we were... but will do it for cheaper. Part office comedy, part cyberpunk, and packed with all the cold cynicism you've come to expect from me.
In the distant future, four generation ships depart earth to colonize distant stars. One sent by techno-utopians from the west, one funded by a televangelist and filled with his cult-like follower, One communists, and not to be outdone, another sent by a federation of kleptocrats.
These worlds develop in isolation for hundreds of years, until the invention of faster than light travel re-unites humanity.
This is Art is This
A fateful trip to a gallery high on LSD lands a college art history student a gig as an artist in the world of high-price fine art, granting him fame and wealth beyond his dreams, but the dealer pushing his work is hiding a secret that tears the young man’s conscious to his core.
A lonely soldier subscribes to an AI relationship assistant in the hopes of winning back the love of his highschool sweetheart from a stoner fratboy.
Told from the perspective of the relentless and unscrupulous AI that is bound only by law. Read on in horror as the AI unleashes a merciless campaign of manipulation and psychological warfare to ensure the removal of The Obstacle so that The User may reclaim the Love of the Objective.
What is an ARC?
ARC means Advance Review Copies. Basically, an author gives out copies of an upcoming book before the release, so that people can read reviews of it before they buy it. Nobody is willing to buy anything without at least looking at a star rating these days.
As an author who is just starting out, still working a 50 hour a week day job that has nothing to do with writing, I am currently trying to assemble my team of trusted fan reviewers.
I know what you're thinking...
"Jesus there's like 4 unfinished books here."
I caught the writing bug about ten years ago. I did it more for therapy and cheap entertainment than anything else, and still do. I thought I'd self-publish X719 just to test the water to see if I was any good at this, and if it could be remotely profitable. While remotely profitable still seems to be a wild fantasy, the positive feedback I've received from all of you about it has convinced me that I should at least publish all these drafts I've written over the last decade.
All of these are in the editing phase, but editing is time consuming, tedious, expensive, and significantly less therapeutic than writing. So bear with me while I attempt to finish these up.
The best way to get your hands on these titles and recieve updates about their release would be to join my ARC team below.