The author of The Antithesis Progression brings you two terrifying glimpses of the power of crowds and the power of innovation.
Eyes of Wax:
Blind from birth, a miracle of science gave him sight...
...now, the public demands its payment
In a world where implants make the blind see, the lame walk, and the deaf hear, what becomes of human mind? When public suspicion of the enhanced hits crisis, one man discovers just how much his fellow citizens value their humanity--and how far they'll go to squelch anything that threatens it.
Theo, a virtual monk, denies his hospitality to no one. After decades of lavish expense, his chief researcher joins him to celebrate the breakthrough he's been waiting for: the world's perfect, environmentally-friendly, completely ethical food. And what better way to celebrate than a feast of biblical proportions...
With the advent of his hard-boiled Clarke Lantham Mysteries, J. Daniel Sawyer's abusive behavior toward the English language finally landed him in serious trouble, and he now spends his days and nights chained to a desk in a vain attempt to write his way out of the loony bin. Unfortunately, his attempts have yielded further entries in his sci-fi thriller series The Antithesis Progression, the cabin fever comedy Down From Ten, and significant alterations in his medication. On the rare occasion that he slips his bonds, he escapes to the wilds of the San Francisco back country where he devotes his energies to running afoul of local traffic ordinances in his never-ending pursuit of the ultimate driving road.
Should you be so inclined, you can communicate with this shady character, as well as find stories, podcasts, articles, and other literary abominations at http://www.jdsawyer.net