The Machine Uprising

by Maricel Alcantara

 
The Machine Uprising

It is the year 2017, and every new year we have new technology, new mechanical and programming wonders. How long until humans create the first true, A.I., artificial intelligence? How long until… The Machine Uprising. Since the advent of computer technology, science-fiction writers and filmmakers have been fascinated with potential of a thinking machine, both […]

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Have Machine Will Time Travel

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Have Machine Will Time Travel

Time travel has been one of the most prominent and complicated subjects used by science-fiction writers. Time travel allows writers to explore a nigh infinite breadth of subjects and settings, from prehistory to the far future. As a writer, you can use time travel to develop and explore such issues as causality, morality, and ethics, […]

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Xlibris Reviews| The Dark Side of the Road

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Reviews| The Dark Side of the Road

Xlibris Publishing reviews The Dark Side of the Road by Simon R. Green.   British author Simon R. Green has a history of playing with and affectionately satirizing various genres and stereotypes. He has done this in the past with the genres of detective-noir, fantasy, space opera, and others. In his novel The Dark Side […]

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Xlibris Author| Evan A. Brett, The Harbour Rat Reunion

by Maricel Alcantara

 
The Harbour Rat Reunion by Evan A. Brett

Xlibris Publishing introduces Evan A. Brett, author of The Harbour Rat Reunion.   After writing two other fictional novels for the young adult reader, this one, even though it is about young men in their teens, is primarily for the adult reader.  Not “adult” in the sense of “Fifty Shades of Gray” but adult in […]

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Xlibris Reviews| City of Devils

by Maricel Alcantara

 
Xlibris Reviews| City of Devils

Xlibris Publishing reviews City of Devils by Justin Robinson.   Justin Robinson satirizes both Noir Detective stories… The story follows Nick Moss, the sole human private eye in Los Angeles. For in this version of Los Angeles, if not the world, monsters rule the world. City of Devils is an affectionate satire of both the […]

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