Denial (Singularity’s Children Part 1)

Part 1 of Singularity’s Children.
available for pre-order and scheduled for publication: July 28, 2016
Available at Amazon.

An oblique
but familiar future. Biotech and neural interfaces have given voice to
locked-in intelligences, mosquitos are subsidised and the internet is
dying. It is a world desiccated by soulless algorithms, pacified beneath
the battle-suit’s boot and numbed by the bewitching voice of computational
for dignity and against irrelevance, rebellious minds must seek meaning beyond
the cultural desert:
Stella Sagong struggles with poverty and
exploitation, while living above a brothel on a huge floating tuna farm.
Niato Musiani, rejecting privilege allows
himself to be recruited into a life of eco-insurgency.
Keith Wilson attempts to cling onto his archaic
sense of ethics while grinding against suffocation by corporate morality.

Hipster Timeshare

Real Estate in the Cloud?

“Perhaps we’re about to see an emerging breed of young professionals that work remotely, ditch their lease … live exclusively … bouncing between Miami and Madrid with a laptop and a single suitcase.”
Rent the house on AirBnB and travel the world like a digital vagabond?
I am probably an edge case, but this has a certain appeal to me.