Just a quick note to thank everyone again who has purchased one of my e-books.
“Science Fiction: Time Travel” continues to be my top seller, and I recently published “Science Fiction: Time Travel and Robots 2”.
Now that I recently completed a new video game — “Family Tree Solitaire” — I plan to get back to writing some new sci-fi stories.
More information on my e-books can be seen here on my website.
See Amazon.com for “Science Fiction: Genetics”. This is my first genetics-related anthology of my stories. I enjoy following advances in genetic and epigenetic research, so I’m sure I will write more of these.
“You Can Choose Your Parents” refutes the notion that you can’t choose your parents. “Liar” examines the life of a young woman who visits a Lie Bar. “The Library of Pain” probes a psychologist’s patient who has issues with pain. In “It’s in the Stars” we meet a couple who wonder if fame will be in the stars for their children. “My Brother’s Keeper” is a clone mystery that takes place on Mars.
Versions for Smashwords.com, including a variety of formats for various distributors, of “Science Fiction: Genetics” and “Science Fiction: Time Travel and Robots 2” coming next.
Thank you to all my readers who have enjoyed “Science Fiction: Time Travel” or “Science Fiction: Robots & Cyborgs”! I’ve been so pleased with the response to these e-book anthologies that I decided to publish a volume 2 entitled “Science Fiction: Time Travel and Robots 2”. It is now available on Amazon.com.
Each story relates to some form of time travel, robots, or cyborgs. “The Time of Your Life” makes a life and death game out of time travel. “Oddly Perfect” examines math and time in multiple dimensions. “RemoteDoc” describes a possible future for surgeons, In “Remorse above Enceladus” a robot space cowboy probes a new feeling, and “A Penny for your Thoughts” presents a futuristic social network.
Next, I will make this available on Smashwords for other reading devices and formats. Also, “Science Fiction: Genetics” is in the works.