Echo-A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

I’m at the gym, doing my thing, when suddenly I’m bowled over by an indescribable stench:  something like a cross between a dead Rancor and Chris Christie doing squats.  I track its source:  a bro taking up the power racks with bicep curls (yep, I’ll never understand it either).  I walk over.  “Are you wearing socks?”  Bro:  “No Bro; I read it’s better for power generation.”  I wrinkle my nose.  “Dude, you’re committing genocide in here.” I gesture to a potted plant on the window that’s visibly wilting into saggy brown death.  Bro responds by giving me the finger.  I grit my teeth and open my eReader to Echo.  Magic flash.  Suddenly the bro is trapped in a transparent, hermetically sealed box, forced to breathe nothing but his own brand.  He begins vomiting and hammering the see-through walls, screaming as his eyes water in free-running streams.  He passes out and ages instantly into a wizened little corpse.

By all that’s holy, wear some damn socks.  Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:  Vol. 1 on Kindle.  Vol. 2 on Kindle here:  Vol.2 on Kindle.


6 thoughts on “Echo-A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

    • Hahaha! No book yet, I mean my ads are BARELY edited. Also, the tentative title is “Diaries of a Barbarian Valley Girl” (I’m trying to see if I can work the name of my protagonist, Gul’Thak, into the title) but sorry, that will be a ways off; I’ve got a group of people egging me on to finish Echo. Volume 3 should be done in a few months, then I gotta do volume 4, which will probably take 6-9 months.


      • You have no choice:
        Open your eReader to Echo. Magic flash. Clones, Kent Wayne clones all over the place fiercely typing away all on different chapters of a dozen new books. Every clone is psychically linked to each other and write in perfect harmony. One month and a dozen new Kent Wayne books hit the market across a dozen genres. Book critics are overwhelmed and declare him writer of the year. He makes enough money that first week to buy everything they need including a home with gym for all his clones.
        The answer to too many genius ideas; clones every time. Get Echo Vol. 1 on Kindle here:

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