June 14, 2010 - Whew, after 2-1/2 years, it's done! I will leave the full version of the first draft online for free. I'll polish the story up and release in ebook at paperback later this year - Jordan
Ernest just turned thirty. It’s time for retirement, freedom from the tedious drudgery of his job as a data clerk. Time to explore parts of the city he’s never seen before, and hopefully meet some people other than his Deacon or his health monitor. And at the end of the month? Time to die.
Will mans the counter at the historic coffee shop, and when he talks, he sounds just like an old-time data feed. He’s nothing like anyone Ernest has ever met--which isn’t saying much--but still, something about him simply doesn’t parse.
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