The Power Series of Short Stories: Season 1

The Power Series of Short Stories: Season 1

by Mark Oetjens

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Overview

The Power Series of Short Stories is an ongoing collection of complete and individual short stories with a greater overall story arc. The Power Series is set in the not-too-distant future, when technology has advanced to the point that legal and ethical questions abound. And much of the series explores such questions, while being wrapped in an exciting and thought provoking narrative.

The Power Series is not connected solely be theme, and it is not a retelling of a single event from different points of view (though that may occasionally happen). Characters and storylines often overlap to push the overall story arc along. The Power Series is a series, not a serial. Understanding one story is not dependent on reading previous stories. Because each short story in the series is an entity unto itself, they do not have to be read in any particular order. Reading a single Power Series story should leave you satisfied that the story was complete, but, like all good stories, it should leave you wanting more.

Includes:

Mind Upload
Saving Memories
Going to Ground
The Gamblers
Fearmonger
The Road Ahead: Part 1


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151436809
Publisher: Conquer Publishing LLC
Publication date: 04/10/2015
Series: The Power Series of Short Stories
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 488 KB

About the Author

Mark Oetjens was born in 1971. He grew up in suburban Chicago. As a child he was diagnosed with Dystonia, a debilitating neuromuscular disorder. Though there is no cure for Dystonia, surgeries and rehabilitation allowed him to walk with only a slight limp by the time he started high school. He received a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Anthropology, both from Northern Illinois University. As an adult a brain tumor, completely unrelated to his Dystonia, threatened to disable him a second time. Thanks to radiation therapy the tumor has disappeared. Mark currently lives and writes in Phoenix, AZ.

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