My Abstract Life

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
In this science fiction short story, a young man learns the value of a father's advice when the simple act of following an attractive young woman into the local library goes rather differently than he'd expected.
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About Gord McLeod

I won NaNoWriMo 2011 after live-writing my stories. I continue to write daily at where all of my work is available for free.

I have terrible difficulty deciding between writing under the name Gord McLeod or Gordon S. McLeod. Currently, Gord McLeod is winning.

Once upon a time, I designed video games for Ganz Studios, the makers of WebKinz and the announced Tail Towns project. Many many moons ago, I wrote and drew a short-lived forgotten web comic.

I'm a tech blogger for Livid Lobster at GeekBeat.TV and One Man's Blog.

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Review by: JQDahiya on July 12, 2017 :
I'm a great fan of Gord McLeod's books.

This is a wonderful little short story which takes an unexpected turn in a brand new public library.

His books, particularly the Dolesham series of steampunk stories, are even better. I strongly recommend them to anyone who likes attention to detail, solid plots, well-fleshed out characters, and gentle happy endings (the rest of the story need not be gentle, of course). They feature adventure, conflict, convincing villains and heroes you root for automatically.
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Review by: Vincent Strangecraft on Feb. 23, 2013 :
Shorter than expected, but it was an interesting read. You had me immersed into the world quickly and seamlessly. It makes you wonder of the future and just how much of ourselves it is possible to share.
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