Right now, I'm reading a paper copy of the Tao Te Ching (and loving it). On my kindle, I've got these books open: Brave New World (kind of dense), Thus Spake Zarathustra (good stuff), The Poetic Edda (I'm working on a novel concept related to Norse mythology), The Mammoth Book of Golden Age Science Fiction (edited by Isaac Asimov), The Art of Worldly Wisdom by Baltasar Gracián and The Shadow Factory: The Ultra-Secret NSA from 9/11 to the Eavesdropping on America.
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We did it again! This time, twelve authors enjoyed a meeting of the keyboards and we’ve got a thrilling 17-story science fiction anthology to show you for it. I love it. It’s exceeding my expectations. Have a look for yourself:
It was 1997 and I rented a basement room in a ground floor apartment in Chicago’s still-questionable Wicker Park neighborhood (2300 block of West North Ave) with a friendly couple and a high-class drug addict.
Human Free is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by George Donnelly set in 22nd century South Africa after an ecologically-motivated man-made holocaust. Read it free as I write it on WattPad. Check it out now!
My agorist novel Lando Cruz and the Coup Conspiracy was selected for an exclusive promotion of science fiction and fantasy books this week. Get it for 99 cents today and tomorrow only, Dec 5th and 6th. In other news, my dystopian novella Death Shop was published last week. Get your copy for 99 cents at Amazon.
Announcing Pink Slip Prophet, a robot cyberpunk novella with a touch of comedy about Ian Blake and his struggle to reclaim his self-respect after losing his job to robots in 2034 Philadelphia. Now available at Amazon and in Kindle Unlimited. Review copies are also on offer.
For a limited time, Liberty.me brings you FREE the first libertarian science fiction anthology in a decade: Defiant, She Advanced: Legends of Future Resistance.
Pundits increasingly agree that we can expect a future where we simultaneously enjoy material abundance and suffer from a lack of employment opportunities. Robots, including software, will replace workers - even skilled workers such as lawyers and computer programmers.
Is war inevitable? Is it a part of the human condition? Can we end all war, forever? Should we even try? What would stories be without war, the largest, most tense and free-ranging form of conflict ever?