Jane 8086 Part One

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Part one of "Jane 8086"

Rembrandt is an unemployed artist who finds a strange talking box in the middle of the woods. He takes the box home with him and they become fast friends. Little does Rembrandt know that there's more to the little box than meets the eye!
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Words: 5,310
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301279333
Tags: scifi comedy
About Richard X. Ellison

Richard Xander Ellison grew up in South Africa on the east coast. He began writing stories to share with friends and family when he was just 8 years old...he's never stopped. A child of the technological age, Richard is able to disassemble a computer to its squiggly bits and put in back together in 20 minutes flat!

He is an avid gamer, musician and film buff...enjoys very short walks on the beach or looking at it from a distance while at his apartment in the city.

After two false starts to his tertiary education with journalism and music, he spent a year as a blacksmith's apprentice before taking a series of ridiculous jobs in the information technology sector. A few years later he befriended a successful author who rekindled his passion for writing. After accidentally spending six exciting years in the marketing field he decided that it was time to share his first novel with the world.

Richard writes for at least 6 hours every day. 90% of his correspondence is to the post office, asking why his royalty cheques don't seem to be arriving.

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Review by: James Jenkins on April 24, 2014 :
Fun & Interesting. Need to read part two to get a better feel for how it will develop, going to look for part 2 now.
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Review by: meme34 on Jan. 05, 2014 :
Fun, and funny little story, but really marred for me by some gratuitous sexist asides.
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Review by: Angela Cotting on Oct. 18, 2013 :
Best one from R.X.E yet! I can't wait for part 2!
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