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Change has arrived…
…they weren’t ready.
Troy Reese is a police officer in a high-rise apartment building. Secluded from the rest of the Earth, he and his fellow officers only have to deal with minor issues. There is no violence. No robberies. Nowhere for anyone who might commit a heinous crime to go.
Instead of being happy with his pampered station and easy job, Troy is depressed. Without shame from those walking by their homes and businesses, his neighbors have become complacent. Trash is piling up. Nobody talks to anyone else. Seclusion and anonymity have become personal goals rather than circumstance. The status quo remains unchanged… until there is a murder and an unexpected foe.
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Red Rabbit Presents #1
There are four stories in this book, so I guess it qualifies as an anthology. However, I usually consider anthologies to be at least 10 stories… maybe 8 (just to be generous).
Let me say this first: I recommend buying this book. Not every story is for everyone. Some of the stories spoke to me, while others did not. My co-author had some completely different opinions. So, maybe he’s right. Maybe I’m right. Maybe we’re both wrong. Decide for yourself.
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I first heard about this book when JR Handley and I interviewed the author, Nick Cole, on our podcast, Sci-Fi Shenanigans. Once I saw the cover, I had an idea what the book would be about so I was willing to give it a shot. I didn’t high expectations only because I’m just not into video games like I was when I was young. However, that’s all changed now.
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The first episode of SciFi Shenanigans will be available at 9 AM MST on 22 January. It should be available for everyone however you like to listen to your podcasts.
This is the question authors get more than any other. It’s usually followed by a long-winded speech about how smart the author must be and how the other person could never ever do what they do.
That’s completely false. I’m a firm believer that everyone, each and every single person who can write a complete paragraph, has at least two books within them.
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This book review, first for my new blog, is going to be a doozie. I’ll do my best to explain what this book is, what kind of reader will likely enjoy it, and what to expect, but I fully admit that I will fall short in this endeavor.
The Arkhe Principle, by Maxwell Rudolf is exactly what the author explains it is… and so much more.
The cover describes the book as a post-apocalyptic technothriller, and it is all of that.
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