Future Schlock: 2047

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Future Schlock: 2047 is the story of a world turned upside down in the year 2047. It follows 2 Polish laborers, 3 nominees for President, 5 Naval Admirals, an ambitious Minister of Finance for the African Union, and a beautiful Maasai woman, through a much-changed world during a cut-throat fight for the Presidency in 2047. The global landscape is ruled by world banks, Wall Street and mega-corps.

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Words: 48,500
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452393179
About RM Krakoff

By day I’m the founder and president of Razer Group Ltd., a large multi-national computer hardware company and also founder and president of MindFX Science, a developer of natural supplements for the brain.

Today I reside full time near Guadalajara, Mexico where I find time for work, play and my passion, creating works of fiction. I believe that I am an pretty good writer and an excellent story teller.

I'm probably not much different from the throngs of would-be novelists that started writing late in life - not that I'm old or anything. I've always dreamed of writing and of all things, my son beat me to it by authoring several unpublished novels and scads of short stories a few years back.

I always used the excuse that I was working for a living, supporting a family and paying my employment dues so to speak. When my wife and I moved to the warm and wonderful shores of Lake Chapala in the State of Jalisco, Mexico I was further motivated to write by residing in the artist village of Ajijic. Initially life was too good here and I spent my days on the tennis courts and working remotely as president of my two companies.

After challenging myself to finishing what I had started, I began to create on a regular basis. The good news is that I never watch television and spend my time being creative instead of passively vegitating on the couch.

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