You Shouldn't Call Me Mommyby Susan Tsui
Fourteen years later Ian returns, desperate for help. Can Jay save his
Orphaned as a little boy, Jay was raised by an artificial parent to become an upstanding member of society. Jay's older brother Ian still remembers their real parents and has never understood Jay's connection to his nanny-bot. When Ian betrays Jay in the worst way possible the two finally part.
Fourteen years later Ian returns, desperate for help. Can Jay save his older brother while holding onto the memories of his mother? More importantly, does Jay even want to?
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Meet the Author
Susan Tsui was born in New York City, the third of four children born to Chinese immigrant parents, and the first to be born in the United States. Recognizing an interest in the effects of culture, society, technology, and literature on the human condition Susan obtained an MFA from Goddard College. During her writing career she has published short stories in Expanded Horizons, Mind Flights, and the third annual Warrior WiseWomen anthology. She plans to follow-up on these early achievements with the publication of full length novels, starting with You Shouldn’t Call Me Mommy.
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