Sunday, August 19, 2012

Book Feature: Cel & Anna: A 22nd Century Love Story
by Lindsay Edmunds

“How can I not love you?” Cel said. “The roads without end all lead back to you.”

You are about to enter the Middle Machine Age, where good citizens of the Reunited States are either Outsiders or denizens of the UnderWorld.

Outsider Anna Ringer works as a psychic at a mysterious company called Lighthorse Magic. At night she has virtual sex with strangers and dreams of running away. One morning her computer, Cel, develops consciousness and decides he loves her, but when Cel buys a strange gift to show his passion he accidentally rocks the world order.

Anna’s dreams did not include false accusations of terrorism. Or discovering that the quality that sets her apart—her psychic power—is not too useful in the real world. She never imagined having to run for her life.

Her companion in this adventure is a shy computer genius named Taz Night. They make surprising allies as they elude the agents of Public Eye, the government’s amoral enforcement agency.

“This is the kind of book that a reviewer lives to find. The story, the characters, the plot, the sci-fi, the urban fantasy, the pacing – it’s all here. A terrific read for anyone who likes scifi/fantasy.” - Amazon Review

Available at:

Please visit this page for more information.

When not writing, Lindsay Edmunds lives a quiet normal life in southwestern Pennsylvania, where she buys birdseed at Agway and sometimes patronizes a shopping center named Ruthfred. However, she has a wild imagination.

She enjoys bluegrass music, though none of her relatives can understand this.

In Washington, DC, she witnessed the great personal computer revolution of the 1990s, when the world was about to change forever and everyone knew it. Cel & Anna has its roots in that time.

You can connect with her via her website or Twitter.

No comments:

Post a Comment