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Restoration
Price: Free! Words: 207,690. Language: English. Published: February 12, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » High tech
The year is 2056. The world is still recovering from the pandemic of 2027 caused by a meteor borne virus that wiped out half the population. Cloning has been legalized in a desperate attempt to save humanity. Dodge Kerrington, a renowned Electronics Engineer leads his team at Embedded Systems Specialist. They must design and perfect memory transfer for the Human Cloning Process.
Majesty
Series: To Be Sinclair, Book Two. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 95,580. Language: English. Published: October 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Science fiction » Hard sci-fi
(5.00 from 1 review)
The greatest scientific discovery of all time leads to the deadliest weapon ever devised! How can Empress Felice Sinclair develop a dangerous technology vital to galactic expansion, yet still sell it safely? During political upheavals, does Emperor Victor Sinclair have her step up as a scientist or as Empress? When invasion is imminent, what must she do to deploy her weapon in secret?
The Eyes Have It
Price: $1.50 USD. Words: 1,700. Language: English. Published: July 22, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Sci-Fi & fantasy
Edwin finds his life is incomplete after his parents take off in a rocket ship to colonize a distant sector of outer space. This simple tale has a surprise ending that should leave the reader smiling.
Regret
Price: Free! Words: 2,780. Language: English. Published: November 15, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
The invention of the Emoticator promises to free mankind from regret, but is that really such a great idea?