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On Writing: Carl Sandburg

November 5, 2018 Leave a comment
 

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On Writing: Terri Guillemets

October 1, 2018 Leave a comment

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The Invisible Mind at Amazon.com

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On Writing: James A. Michener

September 3, 2018 Leave a comment
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Murder by Munchausen, on #LisaBurtonRadio

August 25, 2018 Leave a comment

Entertaining Stories

Lisa Burton

Welcome all you hackers and programmers, and all the artificial intelligence listening in today. This is Lisa Burton Radio, and I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl. I’m pretty excited about this interview, because my special guest today is a police consultant working in the Counter IT section of the Artificial Crimes Unit. “Welcome to the show, someone who only goes by the name of Q.”

“First off, I just have to say, this really isn’t my kind of gig—I mean, it’s good to meet you, definitely, but when you work and play in the shadows, the spotlight tends not to be your friend. I guess, when you’re doing penance, though, you do what you gotta do. So, here I am.”

“It all sounds pretty covert to me. I’ve never known a cop who had a code name.”

“I’m not really a cop, per se. Now, the Department does sign…

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The Invisible Mind Drops on August 25

August 17, 2018 Leave a comment

 

The third installment of the Murder by Munchausen series is being released on August 25, 2018.  It has already received two 5-star and one 4.5-star reviews:

 

“M.T. Bass kept me on edge the entire way. I can’t compare it to anything else.”

 

“After the ending of The Darknet I couldn’t grab The Invisible Mind fast enough…I love this series…”

 

“M.T. Bass melds the characters into a macabre tale of murder and mayhem confounded with artificial intelligence…skillfully crafted to keep you entertained and guessing.”

 

Here are a couple of “inside hacks” for the loyal readers following my bog (thank you very much):

 

  • You can pre-order The Invisible Mind for only $.99 which is 75% off the regular list price before August 25. The regular price will be $3.99.

 

  • The first book in the series, Murder by Munchausen, will be on sale for $.99 from August 16 through September 18 at all the usual suspects online.

 

  • Murder by Munchausen is available as a free epub or mobi download when you sign up for this newsletter.

 

  • If you signed up before Murder by Munchausen was available as a free download, use this link to get your free copy now: https://wp.me/P86xWT-6H

 

I will be doing an Invisible Mind book signing at Loganberry Books in Shaker Hts.on Sept 2, from 1p-3p. If you are in the neighborhood, please stop by, say hi and pick up a pulp & ink copy to put on your bookshelf.

 

Please feel free to pass this info on to all your book loving friends.

 

 

On Writing: M.T. Bass

August 6, 2018 Leave a comment
Categories: Writers Write

Book Review: The Invisible Mind

July 27, 2018 Leave a comment

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The Invisible Mind (Murder by Munchausen #3)

By M.T. Bass

Genre: Sci Fi, TechnoThriller, Police Procedural

A police procedural sci fi thriller ripped from future headlines!

Now unleashed, the “Baron” is resurrecting history’s notorious serial killers, giving them a second life in the bodies of hacked and reprogrammed Personal Assistant Androids, then turning them loose to terrorize the city. While detectives Jake and Maddie of the police department’s Artificial Crimes Unit scramble to stop the carnage with the Baron’s arrest, the cyberpunk head of the Counter IT Section, Q, struggles to de-encrypt his mad scheme to infect world data centers with a virus that represents a collective cyber unconsciousness of evil.

“…he intends only his own gain, and he is in this, as in many other cases, led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of his intention.”

                                                                          ~Adam Smith, 1776

When wireless…

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