Think.Laugh.Cry in 100 Pages

by William Baga (Author)

...So Asimov, Sandler, and Wahlberg walk into a bar... This is what stumbled out:

Think.Laugh.Cry in 100 Pages' is comprised of the following short works:



  1. Isaac's Apple Phi - Never again will you look indifferently into the dark screen of your cell phone. Isaac’s Apple Phi begins, humbly, in a New England-esque apple orchard and ends in a frenzy with readers left pondering whether God, gods, artificial intelligence, mega-corporations, or humanity is in control. Though deeply influenced by the shorts of Sci-Fi heavy-hitters like Asimov and Orwell, Isaac’s Apple Phi is a near-term dystopian work like none other. From romance, to WWII history, to Marxist economic theory, to lively discourse between a man and his communications device, the themes can be snacked on lightly or voraciously digested. One need not be a Sci-Fi aficionado to enjoy Phi. A desire for a smart story involving a smart phone will do just fine.

  2. Take 2 - Tap your sophomoric humor funny bone with Jeff Jondawski and his wife Shelley. Jeff wishes he had some “do-overs” in his life. After dreaming with outlandish 20/20 hindsight, Jeff comes to terms with his real life, which isn’t so bad after all.

  3. Let Nature Decide - Simple scene, intense drama. In blue-collar Southpoint, loyalty is the only currency. Once inseparable friends, Danny and Tommy see their boyhood bond eroded by the tide.

Book Details

Publication Date
February 18, 2018
Publisher
Page count
106
ISBN
9781732042322