By Nina Wirk
Nina Wirk is pleased to announce the publication of her new book Human Again. In a jobless future when androids take over the workplace, will humans become obsolete? Abandoned as a baby and raised by a loving foster mother, Zena knows she is lucky.
Neo-Pangea and the Smithsonian Channel unleash their "Rise of the Robots" interactive onto attendees of the 2013 New York Comic Con
By Strategic Book Group
The mysterious Evolved Androids appear on Earth with a sytoid child, called Eirini, who has dangerous powers. Humankind’s destiny hangs in the balance in the first series installment "ANDROID: EARTH – Book One of the ANDROID Saga."
By Hank Quense
Author Hank Quense reports that his new novel, Zaftan Miscreants, has picked up a number of great reviews from early readers and reviewers.
By Martina R.
Have you ever heard of cell phone viruses? No? Well, it’s time to get familiar with this kind of threat since cell phones improve by the day; therefore, we’re bringing you this article to get your attention to the new level of viral viruses.
By Green Light Go Publicity
Botanical Bullets Release First mp3 from We Bleed Fluorescent
By Colleen Slater
Mobile Monopoly has just been launched. Now is the time to become a mobile advertising pioneer and get your business in the hands of 5 billion potential customers.
By Dan Manning
This month, Dan Manning, a local author, has released his first book, Android Down, on Amazon.com.
By Eloquent Books
Harold Anton Kruger’s Gyroscope is based on the mystical ideas found in chapters of the Jewish Kabbalah. Gyroscope covers such themes as mechanical evolution, conversations between the living and the mechanical, and the final fate of humanity.