PRLog - Aug. 8, 2014 - In 2033, every senior citizen is offered a second chance and a second career. At 65, John Sinclair, a life-long teacher, faces two choices—a second career or permanent retirement and early death. The state will pay for his genetic rehabilitation, university education, and an extended life span of 160 years. It’s guaranteed! All Sinclair has to do is to mentor his young apprentice, commit to a new career, and avoid any dealings with a daft and spiteful school janitor, Fernando Smith. Like all incredible offers, Sinclair’s new career comes with a toxic price tag. The question is—is he willing to pay?
I Have Three Things To Tell You, My Friend
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About the Author
RM DAmato received a B.A. from California State University, Northridge in 1982 and an M.A. from U.S.C. in 1983. Previously, he worked as an assistant editor for the Los Angeles Times and as an executive recruiter for Fortune 100 companies. Currently, he is an adjunct professor at Miami Dade College. His previous novel, "The Last Seminarian", was released in 2013 and a collection of poetry, "The Musings of a Late Baby Boomer" was released in the spring of 2014.
Finalist in the 2014 National Indie Excellence Awards in Science Fiction for "I Have Three Things To Tell You, My Friend."
Finalist in the 2014 Global eBook Awards in Science Fiction for "The Last Seminarian."
2013 Finalist for Science Fiction in the Foreward Review Indie Fab category for "The Last Seminarian".
Keywords: Second Career, Post-Retirement Plans, Post-Retirement Disillusionment, Futuristic Education, Genetic Rehabilitation
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