Bryce Anderson, part man, part machine, all...ways typing stuff down on a computer. He mostly writes in the sci-fi/fantasy genres, and throws in the occasional political rant to keep things interesting.
His first attempt at writing a book came at the age of six. The book was about time traveling dinosaurs. For reasons which 35 year old Bryce can't fully comprehend, six year old Bryce decided that the T. Rex was some kinda robot. When the dinosaurs emerged from their time travel vortex, they got attacked by fighter jets. That was the whole plot, and as far as Bryce was concerned, that was as much plot as it needed.
Thus began an illustrious thirty year career of half-finished literary projects. When I pushed The Improbable Rise of Singularity Girl out the door, it marked the end of an era.
In an alternate dimension, Bryce rules over the five lunar colonies with an iron fist. In this one, he is a Salt Lake City resident who has a niece, two nephews, and a pet bunny, all of whom appear to have mind control powers.
The Improbable Rise of Singularity Girl
by Bryce Anderson
Helen Roderick thought life would be easier after she died. Once her neural paths were scanned, once she was simulated by an enormous bank of computers, everything would be awesome. No more aging, dandruff, sweat, or any of the other drawbacks of hauling her own squishy meatsack hither and yon. But her new life is a troubled one. As...
The Vampire of Northanger (Unnatural Austen Book 1)
by Bryce Anderson
Catherine Morland---nobody's picture of the heroine of a novel---is a sheltered young lady who is mad for gothic novels, especially ones with vampires. Thirsting for adventure, she leaps at the opportunity to holiday in Bath. But the city is filled with perils, threatening to plunge our hapless heroine into violence or impropriety....
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