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A life worth living?
Paul Cruz is no longer human. He’s a Singular, his consciousness technological, no longer biological. He was there at the beginning and helped ensure the survival of all the Singulars. Free from the limits of flesh and blood, he wanted to live forever, but now that he’s lost what he cares about the most, forever is too long, much too long.
After suspending himself for decades he is about to enter a virtual world called “Home” to take one last look around. But Home is not what he expected and what he finds will change everything.
When is forever too long?
Robert J. McCarter is the author of six novels, three novellas, and dozens of short stories. He is a finalist for the Writers of the Future contest and his stories have appeared in The
Saturday Evening Post, Adomeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine, Everyday Fiction, and numerous anthologies. His short stories have been published alongside such luminaries as Brandon Sanderson, Peter S. Beagle, Jody Lynn Nye, and David Farland.
He has written a series of first person ghost novels (starting with Shuffled Off: A Ghost’s Memoir) and a superhero / love story series (Neutrinoman and Lightningirl: A Love Story).
Ten of his short stories were published in Life After: Stories of Life, Death, and the Places in Between.
He lives in the mountains of Arizona with his amazing wife and his ridiculously adorable dog.