Dnierf Lem, a young bookstore clerk, finds a book that’s not supposed to exist. In it are clues that pull him into a mysterious scavenger hunt with big prizes and big trouble, the end of which is unknown.
But is it just someone rich playing an elaborate game? It seems so, but Dnierf isn’t so sure. Curiosity, and the lure of money and adventure, drives him forward from his mundane life, even after his life is put at risk.
He’ll find there’s much more to this than a game, with travel to exotic lands and mystical, even occult, spiritual experiences – if he can keep ahead of those trying to kill him and his new companions along the way.
The robots were made under the direction of demons who possessed people.
Then the demons inhabited the robots.
We who still felt we were alive, not just simply meat bags to serve the machines, gathered under the city to plot our rebellion, seeking ways to take out the robots before they took us all out.
I had a mission: find the man with the robot-destroying weapon and help him to save humanity.
My new story The Demon Robots is now available from Amazon as an ebook: https://amzn.to/2xJePBb and in paperback: https://amzn.to/2M82ny8. It will be exclusive to Amazon for 3 months in Kindle Unlimited, but will make its way to the other ebook sites in time.
I’m working on a design for a new buisness care for myself. It’s similar to a card I had a while back, with some updates. Here’s the test design:
If you’re looking to get new cards made, or other promo materials, head on over to Vistaprint where they have a big sale on most things, until at least tomorrow.
I’ll put up the final design here when I have it.
Edit: decided not to get new cards made at this time. Maybe I will at a later date, but just don’t have much of a need for them right now. I did find the online tool from Vistaprint quite easy to use, so I’ll probably get my cards made through them at a later date if I need to, as the local place I used to go to has closed.
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