Craig Robertson

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Craig Robertson is a writer who has made his science fiction stories available as free audiobooks.

What if you weren't who you thought you were, what others saw you to be? What if the structure of time depended on you to keep it steady. What if unseen forces, both good and evil, surrounded you, effecting your life in way's you could not begin to imagine? Well, if that were the case, you'd be Mark De Martel, unobtrusive advertising agent in Los Angeles. Or would you? Possibly you were a Mark, but possibly you would be a powerful warrior, using skills such as the manipulation of gravity itself to save existence.

Drug companies continue to come out with powerful new medicines. Some produce wondrous responses while others have unforeseen side effects. A new antidepressant, rushed through FDA approval, may be causing its users to see themselves die, while at the same time allowing them to live to tell the tale. Join Paul, a physician, and Pablo, a priest, as they work together to make sense of the bizarre reports they are receiving. The two try to understand not only what the Innerglow Effect is, but what it means. If what they are hearing is to be believed, the enormous implications will change the lives of every man, woman, and child. Reincarnation and virtual immortality are just a beginnings of the implications they have to sort though.

Piers Langland is a mild mannered paint salesman with one burning passion. He aspires to be a famous author. Each November he looks forward to entering The National Novel Writer Month competition. To be a winner in NaNoWriMo he must write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, a tall order for any writer. Turns out, it is an especially tall order for our hero. Join Piers as he struggles to choose a topic for his novel before he can begin his epic task. Vampires or space opera, romance or pulp fiction, what should he choose? Unfortunately, the greatest object holding him back is Piers himself. Follow this hilarious tale as Piers blunders his way though one genre after another, leaving a trail of wackiness and comical disasters in his wake.

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