Rob London


Rob London is a published author, songwriter, musician, artist and photographer. His entire career has been in technology and he has used the personal computer since its public inception, understanding its importance as a technological and pop-culture tool. He studied politics, programming and art in California and currently resides in the Pacific Northwest region of the United states.

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We, The Network by Rob London
Corporate greed and political corruption have reached an apex. It seems futile to try to change the culture, until a group of savvy programmers discover we actually do hold the ultimate weapon to bring corporations to heel... our money. They build a conscious-consumer social network that grows at an incredible rate, and it soon has the boycotting power corporation's have long feared. But the power elite decide to destroy the new network and its creators, who will win the battle?


We, The Network
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 169,860. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
The social networking masses awaken, realizing the power of conscious consumerism as a means to strike back at greedy corporations destroying the planet and our quality of life. A social site is formed that rapidly swells into a unified force to be reckoned with, toppling major corporations with boycotts and other legal means. But the power elite strike back, hunting down the founding members.
Second Coming ~ The Architect
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 111,380. Language: English. Published: August 20, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Apocalyptic
A remnant of mankind has survived the apocalypse, although it didn't come in the way most believed it would. To answer the questions they have, they are led on a journey by a mysterious alien god. Where the journey leads is not as important as what happens along the way, what they learn about human consciousness, and what humans were created to be. But first we must reap what we have sown.

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