Though now a writer and artist, I've worked in many fields, including: satellite/space systems programmer, art department manager, convenience store drone, and many things in between. I love learning and sharing what I know. And I'm a bit of a humorist (or smart-ass....it sort of depends on whether you laugh or not).
What do you read for pleasure?
So many things. Being friends with many writers has meant that I read most of their works regardless of genre. I've read science fiction since I was a kid and cut my eyeteeth on Heinlein, Asimov, Clarke, Herbert, and scores of others. The classic stories, poems, and plays reaching from Homer to the early novels from various countries are often reason enough to settle back and savor the words. I also enjoy reading paper about spaceflight and high tech (the math doesn't bother me).
What is your e-reading device of choice?
For plain text, my go-to is usually a Paperwhite. Nice battery life and the backlit screen leave my other Kindles as also-rans.
The world's first sentient android uses her skill and cunning to survive being the world's first sentient android. Her quest to live free comes with many costs -- both to herself and her allies. She must learn how to deal with the global corporatocracy as well as the numerous factions vying for power and their own survival.