Book Review #38: The Humane Algorithm by Trevor Wynyard

In the not-so-distant future, the world struggles with a severe resource scarcity issue. Electricity is preserved in every way imaginable--from automated self-driving cars to the absence of street lights to meters inside every household. Resources are allocated based on how much an individual contributes to society. Sick? That's unfortunate but less resources for you. Intelligent? …

Book Review #37: Almost Gone by Sarah Mack

Michael Brant's life was seemingly perfect. His family loved each other, he was the star of the football team, his girlfriend was beautiful inside and out, and his future was bright. That was, until he was struck by a car on his morning jog and passed away. Then, the precariously placed dominos of his family's …

Book Giveaway!

Happy Tuesday! It's release day for this lovely anthology that I did with the folks over at Damien Hanson Books (or Sconnie Books, as we call ourselves). Blurb:Boxes—rigid rectangular containers usually made of wood, metal, or cardboard. But what happens when boxes become more than the boring definition they’re given? When the contents become more …

A Little More

TW: This post contains discussions around intense grief. I went back to work this week. For the first time in two months. At first, it was a bittersweet feelings. I've missed my colleagues; I've craved more structure in my life. Yet, at the same time, I wasn't ready to put summer behind me. You would …