To toot one’s own horn is a sin in my opinion, but it is one which I still commit from time to time.
I have wasted large chunks of free time over the last two years writing a long-winded science fiction novel. Okay, at only 178 pages of content it’s not that long-winded compared to a lot of other books, but once you see how rotten it is you’ll understand why I call it long-winded.
All right already, where is it? Here:
It’s about a post-technological society of the far future and the robots which still inhabit it. Humankind has left its fantastic technology far behind itself, but a few robots have managed to survive on their own. A few people have grown suspicious of these robots and wish to destroy them. Basically I’ve just taken the old “robots destroying mankind” cliche and turned it on its head so that humans are trying to destroy robotkind instead.
Did you make it through the synopsis? Good, maybe you’ll like the 183-page version. In any case, it’s here, available for download. I have no plans to submit it to a publisher, however, I may have Lulu print it for me. Read it if you want to, I’m not going to force you.
If you do read it, I’d appreciate a heads up on any typos you find. Thanks.