This whole crazy world, it is exploding…

With everything that is happening in the world today, it just seems that total insanity reigns supreme.
The leading hopeful of the Republican Party appears to be Donald Trump, and Mr. Trump seems to take his playbook from pre World War II Germany, using big lies ( which have been said to be more believable than the small variety ) to incite and inflame the US citizenry.

Time and time again, his statements have been proven ( by independent sources ) to be false and or misleading, but they make great sound bites, and serve to inflame certain members of the population, and no one ever failed by underestimating the intelligence of their audience.

“All propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach.” Adolf Hitler


Report: India Set To Overtake U.S. To Become World’s Second Largest Internet Market

The number of Internet users in India is tipped to surpass 400 million by the end of this year, making it the second largest online population in the world..
The USA is still the leader in the global market, but between the growth of China, and India, that may not be for long

Source: Report: India Set To Overtake U.S. To Become World’s Second Largest Internet Market

ANOMALY FLATS by Clayton Smith

I read “Apocalypticon” and found it great reading. The ending especially was sad and poignant and just made the book for me.
This isn’t a “bad” book, but it could have been so much better, because I know the writer is capable of writing a better story.
“A string of goofy jokes do not a decent novel make.”

What Has Been Read Cannot Be Unread

anomaly flatsI had great expectations for this book.  The author wrote Apocalyticon,   which I loved.  A goofy post apocalyptic book with a really poignant underlayment.   So you can imagine my delight in coming across his newest offering.

It has all the ingredients for something really cool in the quantum fiction arena:  Clone Lake, where a dip creates an Evil Twin clone of you, or Plasma Creek, glowing green and which will change anything that enters it into something…..else.  Rain that is hard as nickel, because it IS nickel.  the Fields of Insanity, where the corn whispers despairing words and makes you crazy;  two square miles of Mars, right next to the supermarket.  A Walmart with an Evil Aisle 8,  magnetic fields like you wouldn’t believe, rendering all computer components useless,   a visitors center that you certainly don’t want to visit.

As the plot blurb tells us:

Welcome to Anomaly Flats, a…

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RELATIVITY by Cristin Bishara

Here’s the thing with YA fiction featuring an unhappy teenage girl: It seems EVERY teenage girl is unhappy, and if they could only….
This book however is decently written, and I wanted to read it simply because this review made it sound interesting, and that’s good enough for me

What Has Been Read Cannot Be Unread

RelativityA quantum fiction novel.  A YA quantum fiction novel.  How cool is that!

A teenage girl runs through a cornfield toward an ancient tree, and golly gee whiz, finds it has a door with a doorknob.  And natch, she enters.  Well, wouldn’t you?  I would.

The door closes behind her, leaving her in pitch darkness, but she finds by feel some sort of wheel, and by dint of hard labor, manages to turn it, and the door opens.  Whew.  THAT was scary.  But wait.  We were a little too premature with our ‘whew’, because she steps out into another version of her world.  Her town, but not quite her town.

Her mother died when she was little, her father has now remarried a very nice woman with the improbably name of Willow.   [See what happens when you name your offspring cutesy trendy-ish names?  They end up as grownups with stupid…

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