Michael D. Britton has been writing professionally for nearly 25 years, working in government, private industry, marketing, technical, web, freelance and a decade in the raw world of TV news.
His short fiction has received multiple honorable mentions in the Writers of the Future contest, among other recognition; and his novels have advanced through multiple rounds of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award in various years.
His list of fiction titles exceeds 70 and keeps increasing.
on Sep. 20, 2013 :
This is probably the darkest story I've read by this author. It's sort of disturbing but also beautiful, the way he describes the girl's piano playing, and how it became so dark and mesmerizing as she enters a sort of moral grey area, a place of desperation. There's this detachment of being in a "virtual" place online, anonymous, seemingly safe, but actually very dangerous, with consequences.
(reviewed the day of purchase)