When I got a sneak peek at 1/1, my cyberpunk novel about teens saving the future with NFTs, I couldn’t possibly have predicted that Elon Musk would be a controversial figure. no one can. But the Baron infobahn played a role in the exciting end of my story, so my publisher wasn’t thrilled with the latest developments. They delayed the release of the novel so that I could solve the “Musk problem” with a sequel that was released at the same time. So, as a Cyber Monday treat, allow me to up your excitement with an excerpt from my second book: Original Content, Irreplaceable Future Drops.
“The Australian publishing industry has a lot of work to do in seeing the value of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) stories beyond our trauma, or our role in educating white people how to be better allies. We There are valuable stories to tell in both fiction and non-fiction,” said Jing Xuan Teo, … Read more