Author Archives: RABT

Zero-Day Rising

By | December 14, 2020

The BetterWorld Trilogy, Book 3 Science fiction (Cyberpunk) / Techno-thriller Date Published: Oct. 1, 2020 Publisher: See Sharp Press     In Zero-Day Rising, the third book of the BetterWorld trilogy, Kiyoko is tired of hiding and grieving, and has decided to strike back. In the first volume of the critically acclaimed BetterWorld cyberpunk trilogy,… Read More »

Friends

By | December 4, 2020

Voices Series, Book 2 Personal essay (narrative nonfiction, brief memoir) Date Published: Oct 19, 2020 Publisher: Jack Walker Press Friendships serve as a cornerstone to a rich life. Each of these twenty-four accomplished authors shares authentic stories that consider the meaning of life affirming, sometimes life saving or gut wrenching, and fun realities of investing… Read More »

Shifting Gears

By | November 17, 2020

50 Baby Boomers Share Their Meaningful Journeys in Retirement  Biographies and Memoirs Date Published: 11/17/20 Publisher: Bublish   Shifting Gears is based on interviews with retirees telling how they are shifting gears in their retirement. The stories reveal the rich abundance of retirement activities, from the exotic to the mundane. Discover their joys, challenges and… Read More »

The Little Breadwinner

By | November 11, 2020

  War and Survival in the Salvadoran Heartland History, Non-Fiction Published: September 2020 Publisher: Aperion Books   Finding Hope and Survival in The Midst of War FROM 1980 TO 1992, A TURBULENT CIVIL WAR ravaged the Central American state of El Salvador, claiming the lives of approximately 75,000 Salvadorans. The Little Breadwinner is a story… Read More »

So Long Earth

By | November 3, 2020

Science Fiction Published: January 2020 2017. Dr. Thomas Burns, an environmental engineer, is listening to the President, talk about global warming. He and his colleagues quickly realize that Earth will no longer be able to sustain life in a few years. Environmental disasters all over the world are occurring at a quicker rate, and each… Read More »