UbiquiCity 2: Undercurrents

Now in final edit! I’m so excited to be nearing the point where I can bring you the second book in the UbiquiCity series. UbiquiCity Book 2: Undercurrents includes 8 new stories based in the city of ubiquitous computing, as well as return appearances from some of the characters in the first book. Authors Irene

Liquid Hitler – now on Kindle

LIQUID HITLER by S. L. Koch, published by As If Productions. A story about information, knowledge, racism, gender identity, tripping balls, and the ever-present cosmic evil worming its way into reality to devour us all. Now available for Amazon Kindle.

Editorial Services

Comprehensive editorial services for both fiction and nonfiction, as well as technical writing and game design, with over 20 years of experience. It’s important to find the right editor for your style and personality. That’s why I believe the ideal writer-editor relationship is both tight and extended. After all, it’s more than a matter of

Living Nightmare

I recently finished a developmental edit on a great novel by an up-and-coming author, D. M. Dore. It’s a modern-day supernatural thriller that takes place in a mental institution. Here’s the blurb: DEATH STALKS HER DREAMS Night after night in the fourth-floor ward of Mendwell Institute, Tobin Blake awakens screaming from nightmares of gruesome deaths

UbiquiCity

Tales of the Fractopian Future Nine authors collaborate to build a “Smart City” of the first world 100 years in the future, examining the results of projected modern trends such as ubiquitous computing, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, biotech, anti-aging and green technologies – alongside corporate governance and social upheaval. “UbiquiCity” is a work of interwoven

Chromatic Chameleon

Tod is the Staff Editor for Chromatic Chameleon Publishing, currently at work on the world of Asteria, as well as a collection of blog posts by Chromatic Chameleon’s owner and proprietor, T. Reynolds.

PIX-Elation

From 1993 to 1996, Tod edited a small nationally-distributed magazine called “PIX-Elation,” published by VRASP – the Virtual Reality Alliance of Students and Professionals. Here’s a sample issue, from June of 1994.