Today marks the full release of Reaping Independence. What’s it about?
2029. They told her not to do it. She did it anyway.
Now Kwynn’s on the run. From The Directive, her dead father, and herself. She’d like to catch on with the film crew she’s hooked up with and hack a clandestine server here and there but Kwynn has an inkling she’s destined for something bigger.
When power failures spread like wildfire across the West, she discovers it may be that dead father’s sentient servers creating the blackouts. She must break into those computers. However, Kwynn can’t do it alone. She needs a little help from her friends including her guardian gargoyle and a worldwide secret society.
Quest with a traveler, a warrior and a watcher as they befriend gargoyles, run from ‘droids, expose secrets, escape riots, fight to save L.A. and protect our independence.
Los Angeles may never be the same.
“A nonstop trip of twists and turns. Part cyberpunk, part Coen Brothers.” – An enamored reader
Rock this one if your bookshelves (real & virtual) hold Chuck Wendig’s Wanderers, Annalee Newitz’s Autonomous and John Scalzi’s Head On.
It has the tech of William Gibson and genre-bends like David Mitchell.
“This story’s got everything but the kitchen sink in all the right ways!” – what this dude who read it said.
Go on and read it! It’s available on Amazon in print and e-book.