Review: QWERTY, The Forgotten Typewriter

Synopsis: In this day and age, being "different" often means being ostracized from society.This not only happens to people, but to Typewriters as well! Let me introduce you to QWERTY, THE FORGOTTEN TYPEWRITER. QWERTY used to be the most popular typewriter at the television station until she was replaced by a computer. No longer did... Continue Reading →

Review: With This Pledge

            Synopsis:  History takes on vivid life in the stunning first full-length installment of Tamera Alexander's new series, The Carnton Novels. On the night of November 30, 1864, a brutal battle in Franklin, Tennessee, all but decimates the Confederacy and nearly kills Captain Roland Ward Jones. A decorated Mississippi sharpshooter,... Continue Reading →

Review: Jobs for Robots 

Synopsis:  Robots are everywhere right now, but what will they mean for us? Automation, robotics, and future technology present tremendous opportunities -- but also significant threats.The way forward is fraught with challenges, and we must bridge critical gaps between the present and the future to fully reap the benefits of tomorrow. Jobs for Robots puts... Continue Reading →

Review: Regolith

Synopsis: Elle is a sales superstar at Aspen-Hayward Inc., a company specializing in consumer products and medical supplies. To her surprise, she is hand-picked by the company’s board to run the Research and Development department with an impossible mandate: deliver an industry-leading adaptive learning program to anticipate consumer needs, or else. Aspen-Hayward—languishing in the shadow... Continue Reading →

Review: Wired In 

Synopsis:  **Top 100 Notable Indie Book 2016, Shelf Unbound Magazine** Special Agent Sophie Ang’s emotions are battered by a child kidnapping case that goes badly wrong. In tracking the criminal ring, her rogue data analysis program D.A.V.I.D. identifies an anomaly that leads her into a cat-and-mouse game online with a deadly enemy whose motives are... Continue Reading →

Review: Computer Love Inc. III (Blood Brothers)

Synopsis: Computer Love Inc.’s team of elite scientists have developed a new technological wonder, yet it brings with it unforeseen events bearing serious implications. The Guardian of Development, as this supreme Companion has been named, is dangerous - and not only for the mere fact that it represents the epitome of all artificial intelligence combined.... Continue Reading →

Review: Computer Love Inc. (Gestation)

Synopsis: After the sudden deaths of two previous Computer Love Inc. CEOs, Marius takes control of the company. Embracing the talents of his godson, John, and his best friend, Zak, he hires the boys to oversee the Companion Services Division. Marius refines his breakthrough technology, the Brain Machine Download, and as a result, creates his... Continue Reading →

Review: Supernova

        Synopsis: C. A. Higgins’s acclaimed novel Lightless fused suspenseful storytelling, high-caliber scientific speculation, and richly developed characters into a stunning science fiction epic. Now the dazzling Supernova heightens the thrills and deepens the haunting exploration of technology and humanity—and the consequences that await when the two intersect. Once Ananke was an... Continue Reading →

Review: Quantum

      Synopsis: Someone wants Captain Admiral Zander Graydon dead. Like yesterday. Zander's convinced his attractive assistant knows more than she's willing to say, and if he can stop running long enough, he'll find out exactly what she's hiding. Lieutenant Marshal Mae Petros is determined to keep her CO safe. Before she tips her... Continue Reading →

Review: Fukushima and the Coming Tokyo Earthquake

Synopsis: This book details the story of two earthquakes, one that has already happened and one that is imminent, and their consequences, not only for Japan but also for the rest of the world. It is structured in a way that ‘chunks up’ in sections, from Japanese cultural elements, to the sequence of events after... Continue Reading →

Review: The Mirror Thief

  Synopsis: The core story is set in Venice in the sixteenth century, when the famed makers of Venetian glass were perfecting one of the old world's most wondrous inventions: the mirror. An object of glittering yet fearful fascination—was it reflecting simple reality, or something more spiritually revealing?—the Venetian mirrors were state of the art... Continue Reading →

Review: Theo Blinkerson & The Copper Coffin

  Synopsis: When someone sets out to destroy all electrical technology on the planet, it’s sometimes best to hide under the softest, fluffiest blanket available. Other times you have to run screaming from dangerous robots. In the worst of times, you find out that your best friend has forgotten that you exist and that you have... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Kingdoms and Empires by Daniel J. Darcey

Kingdoms & Empires is a fabulous and amazing series to read. Daniel J. Darcey has written a masterpiece unlike others in its genre. The stories in the volume tell of two kingdoms each ruled by a sister born from one of the original kingdoms. Each sister's kingdom, goes to battle against the other. But unlike most... Continue Reading →

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