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Write That Book You Keep Talking About, by Meg Trast
Inspired by people like you,
Write That Book You Keep Talking About is an instructional guide that will take you from the first inkling of your book, help you craft your outline, conquer the dreaded writer’s block, and stand by you all the way to that final proofread. Within these pages, author and editor Meg Trast walks the new writer through each step of the process, ensuring that even the most inexperienced writer can share their vision.
First of Their Kind, by C. D. Tavenor
Thought impossible, but Dr. Wallace Theren has pushed the boundaries of computational science, creating an artificial mind capable of conscious thought. Naturally, his creation faces a harsh world bent on using it, exploiting it, or destroying it. If the first synthetic intelligence is to survive its early years, it'll need friends, but more importantly, it'll need a family.
And together, they'll need to show their enemies they're worth saving . . . or fearing.
Their Greatest Game, by C. D. Tavenor
Witness Their Greatest Game.
Theren, the first synthetic intelligence, has risen to power as the Director of the International Space Agency. They have everything they need to push humanity toward final acceptance of its synthetic counterparts. Thousands of SIs live on Earth, the Moon, and throughout the solar system.
Nakoy and his family discover an artifact, only to later discover other beings searching for it. While defending his alien brother from the wicked forces, Nakoy tries to uncover his father’s well-kept secrets, and the island’s mysteries. He and his father warn the villagers of the mysterious visitors, searching the island for the artifacts and terrorizing his family. When the other beings return to Earth, can Nakoy and his family defeat them?
Sula777, by W. H. Beswick
They called themselves Baliians. They said they came in peace.
They offered to help clean up our world and bring peace. You would think, considering our history, that we would have doubts. Maybe it was because they came from another world, but we wanted to believe. Sadly it was all lies, but by the time we realized it was too late.